IFP panels offer indie points of view

Bing, Jonathan
September 2000
Daily Variety;09/19/2000, Vol. 269 Issue 12, p12
Trade Publication
Discusses the highlights of the inaugural panel of the IFP market 'How We Got Our Movies Made: Leading Independent Filmmakers Tell Their Stories,' held in September 2000. Symposium on how to finance independent film productions; Panelists' recounting of the typical stumbling blocks of breaking into filmmaking; Discussion of filmmaker-distributor relations.


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