INDEPENDENT FILM WEEK BEGINS
The IFP’s Independent Film Week begins today. Centered this year around the new Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center at Lincoln Center, the event features talks, panels, seminars, screenings and events focused on the art and business of independent film today. You can find some information on the event at the IFP’s site here, and we’ll try to link to some of the live streams as the Film Week goes along. At 4:30 I’ll be doing a “Hot Button” conversation with producers Ted Hope and Mynette Louie that asks, “Is Independent Film a Hobby or a Business.”
And throughout the week visit this blog, where filmmaker participants will be writing about their experiences with their films. I always love the flurry of guest posts we have during the IFW, and I can’t wait to read the different accounts that will go up in the next few days.
See you at Independent Film Week.