Industry Registration for Independent Film Week Opens – Friday, June 28, 2013

Formerly known as IFFM and IFP Market, Project Forum has had a prolific history in the independent community supporting both emerging and established independent filmmakers at critical stages in their development processes. The organization championed the early work of pioneering independent filmmakers Charles Burnett, Todd Haynes, Mira Nair, Michael Moore, Joel and Ethan Cohen, Kevin Smith, Todd Solondz, and Wayne Wang.

Industry accreditation opens Friday, June 27, 2013 for IFP’s Independent Film Week to be held September 15-19 in NYC. Independent Film Week is the largest meetings-driven forum in the U.S. at which the creators of the most promising upcoming fiction and documentary projects in development and production present them to the creative executives, funders, agents, distributors and programmers who can help get their work made and ultimately seen by audiences. Don’t miss out. Recent projects introduced to the industry have included David Lowery‘s ‘Ain’t Them Bodies Saints‘, Destin Daniel Cretton‘s ‘Short Term 12‘, Benh Zeitlin‘s ‘Beasts of the Southern Wild‘, Rama Burshtein‘s ‘Fill the Void‘, Derek Cianfrance‘s ‘Blue Valentine‘, Zachary Heinzerling‘s ‘Cutie and the Boxer‘, Martha Shane and Lana Wilson‘s ‘After Tiller‘; Lauren Greenfield‘s ‘The Queen of Versailles‘; Katherine Fairfax Wright and Malika Zouhali-Worrall‘s ‘Call Me Kuchu‘; Dawn Porter‘s ‘Gideon’s Army‘, and Sean Fine and Andrea Nix Fine‘s ‘Inocente‘.

Industry Registration FormHERE

Registered Project Forum Industry
Granted access to Independent Film Week Project Forum Online featuring profiles of all projects, including trailers, lookbooks, synopses, and crew bios.
– Invited to special events and networking mixers, including sneak preview screenings and video library selections.
– Receive Full Access to the Conference
– Company Profile featured in Industry Directory

Festival Participants Have Access to:
– Exclusive Festival Forum events – special parties, discussions, and networking opportunities to connect with filmmakers, industry, and other festival professionals.
– Sneak preview screenings, video library selections, and Independent Film Week Project Forum Online, which features profiles of all projects including trailers, lookbooks, synopses, and crew bios.
– A week of panels and discussions at the Filmmaker Conference
– Company Profile featured in Industry Directory

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