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IFP announces Indie Filmmaker Lab participants

IFP's Independent Filmmaker Labs, a mentorship program for low-budget first features that haven't hit the post-production stage, has selected its 2009 projects. They are: Beijing Taxi from Miao Wang; Casino Nation from Terry Jones, Laure Sullivan and Paul Wilson; An Interview with Simone Weil from Julia Haslett and Fabrizia Galvagno; Land of Opportunity from Luisa Dantas and Rebecca Snedeke; Our House from Greg King and David Teague; Paul Goodman Changed My Life from Jonathan S. Lee , Kimberly Reed and Robert Hawk; The Road to Nasiriyah from Marie Hélène Carleton and Micah Garen; Texas Heart from Treva Wurmfeld; Twelve Ways to Sunday from Anna Farrell and War Don Don from Rebecca Richman Cohen and Francisco Bello. See IFP's site for more details.
April 17, 2009

IFP’s Independent Filmmaker Labs, a mentorship program for low-budget first features that haven’t hit the post-production stage, has selected its 2009 projects. They are: Beijing Taxi from Miao Wang; Casino Nation from Terry Jones, Laure Sullivan and Paul Wilson; An Interview with Simone Weil from Julia Haslett and Fabrizia Galvagno; Land of Opportunity from Luisa Dantas and Rebecca Snedeke; Our House from Greg King and David Teague; Paul Goodman Changed My Life from Jonathan S. Lee , Kimberly Reed and Robert Hawk; The Road to Nasiriyah from Marie Hélène Carleton and Micah Garen; Texas Heart from Treva Wurmfeld; Twelve Ways to Sunday from Anna Farrell and War Don Don from Rebecca Richman Cohen and Francisco Bello. See IFP’s site for more details.

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