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in Filmmaking
on Feb 13, 2008

Anthony Kaufman has a very nice piece in the current Village Voice about producer Paul Mezey, who was involved with two acclaimed Sundance films — Azazel Jacobs’ Momma’s Man, and Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck’s Sugar (picture). Kaufman calls the group of directors who orbit around Mezey, a group that also includes Joshua Marston and Jim McKay, a “filmmaking family,” and includes some quotes from the producer about the challenges of making “new American realism” within the current climate. It’s really nice to see a producer singled out in the Voice for his great work.

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