Indie helmers zoom in on cabler gigs

Maynard, Kevin
June 2002
Daily Variety;6/14/2002, Vol. 276 Issue 10, pA12
Trade Publication
Reports on the attraction of independent filmmakers to direct some of the edgiest and most idiosyncratic subscriber-based shows in the U.S. Blend between television and film; Downside to working for the small screen; Creative freedom given to directors.


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