Tribeca All Access

Kogan, Sheila
May 2007
Script (10922016);May/Jun2007, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p80
The article provides information on the Tribeca All Access (TAA) initiative organized by the founders of the Tribeca Film Institute and Tribeca Film Festival and the opportunities it provides to minority filmmakers in New York City. The TAA brings connections and introduction for filmmakers who have little or no access to industry professionals. Screenwriters and filmmakers who may qualify for the TAA program should be self-motivated and goal-oriented. These filmmakers and writers are supported through high-level networking with producers, agents, managers, development executives and private investors.


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