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in Filmmaking
on Aug 12, 2009

The IFP has announced its line up for the 31st annual Independent Film Week, taking place in NYC Sept. 19-24. In a release the organization has also announced the expansion of its strategic relationship with the Sundance Institute; and new partnerships with B-Side, the four-year-old tech company which runs websites that handle ticketing and mine audience response data for 250-plus fests in North America, and The Good Pitch, a forum produced by Channel 4 BRITDOC Foundation which brings together inspiring social-purpose film projects and a group of expert participants from charities, foundations, brands, government and media to form powerful alliances around groundbreaking films.

Out of the 116 projects invited, some of the highlights are: Earth Camp One, a documentary directed by Jennie Livingston (Paris Is Burning); Hungry In America, a documentary directed by Kristi Jacobson (Toots) and Lori Silverbush (On The Outs) and executive produced by Julie Goldman, Ryan Harrington, Tom Colicchio and Mario Batali; and Cockeyed, written by Ryan Knighton (adapted from his acclaimed memoir), directed by Academy Award® winning actress Jodie Foster (The Accused, The Silence of the Lambs), produced by Susan Cartsonis (Exec. Producer, No Reservations) and Jody Hotchkiss.

Click here to see the full list of projects.

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