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in Filmmaking
on Mar 28, 2008

Celebrating its tenth year, the organization Arts Engine, which produces, supports and distributes social-issue media, has announced today that it will be expanding its services to include DocuClub, the 14-year-old program dedicated to nurturing documentaries that are works-in-progress.

DocuClub’s first screening of ’08 will be recent “25 New Faces” Kimberly Reed‘s Prodigal Sons, taking place next month in New York City.

Arts Engine is also re-launching its fiscal sponsorship program, which has provided services for films such as My Kid Could Paint That, God Grew Tired of Us, The Story of the Lost Boys of the Sudan, The Trials of Darryl Hunt and Favela Rising, to name the most recent.

To learn more about Arts Engine’s fiscal sponsorship or becoming a DocuClub member, contact Felix Endara — felix@artsengine.net or 646.230.6368 x 221.

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