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in Filmmaking
on Apr 24, 2007

On Saturday, April 28 the IFP will be doing a special Producing 101 panel with Waitress producer Michael Roiff, and veteran producers Lydia Dean Pilcher (The Namesake) and Big Beach’s Peter Saraf (Little Miss Sunshine). The three will be sitting down to discuss Roiff’s first producing effort with Waitress, written and directed by the late Adrienne Shelly, along with talking about some of the challenges producers face — developing material, finding money, building a strong team to get the project from script to screen.

The panel (with reception to follow) takes place at the Helen Mills Theater (137 West 26th St (btw 6th and 7th)) from 3:00-4:30. Tickets are $25 with all proceeds being donated to the Adrienne Shelly Foundation.

For tickets call 212-465-8200 x218 or rsvp@ipf.org

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