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IFP Announces 4 Female Directed Films to Receive “Screen Forward” Theatrical Run

IFP Announces 4 Female Directed Films to Receive “Screen Forward” Theatrical Run

The Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP), the nation’s premier advocacy organization for independent filmmakers, has announced the upcoming films selected for exhibition in its year-round “Screen Forward” series.  “Screen Forward” is a monthly program, curated by IFP, which provides a one-week theatrical run at the Made in NY Media Center by IFP Theater in DUMBO, Brooklyn for

Carte Blanche at MOMA: Sundance’s Greatest Hits from the Native American and Indigenous Film Program July 10–21, 2014

by H.S. Bayer Native American and Indigenous filmmakers are rooted in a long and deep tradition of storytelling… –Sundance Institute president and founder Robert Redford– Commemorating this year’s 20th anniversary of the Native American and Indigenous Program, at Sundance Institute, he continued: “I am proud of the work that Sundance Institute has done over the

SXSW Filmmaker Profile: Leah Meyerhoff (Director – ‘I Believe in Unicorns’)

I Believe In Unicorns tells the story of a teenage girl living with her disabled mother who runs away from home with an older boy. As their new relationship turns abusive, she attempts to escape to a fantasy world but ultimately must learn to face her stark reality and reconnect with the life she left behind.

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