IFP INDEPENDENT FILMMAKER CONFERENCE
 

September 19 - 23, 2009
New York City
  

 
IFP’s five-day Independent Filmmaker Conference is the must-attend event for film and media professionals to learn how today’s creative choices and business decisions are impacting tomorrow’s artists, industry and audiences - and shaping the future of independent film and media-making.
  
The first two days focus on Making Your First Feature, and other panel themes include Positioning Your Film for Festivals, Audience Building, Unlocking Financial Opportunities, Strategizing Your Film Career, and more!
  
Newly announced Keynotes!
  
Mira Nair (Filmmaker, Salaam Bombay!; Mississippi Masala; Monsoon Wedding; The Namesake; and the highly anticipated Amelia)
Peter Saraf (Big Beach Films, Everything Is Illuminated; Little Miss Sunshine; Sunshine Cleaning; Away We Go; and the forthcoming Jack Goes Boating)
  
Industry leaders will include Ted Hope (This is that), Ross Kauffman (Born Into Brothels), Lynne Kirby (Sundance Channel), Peter Kujawski (Focus Features), Bill Plympton (Idiots and Angels), as well as representatives from BMI, HBO, Hot Docs, Kodak, SAGIndie, Sundance, SXSW, Withoutabox, and many more!
  
EARLY BIRD PASSES ON SALE NOW!
Download the Conference Brochure, get more info, and purchase passes at www.filmmakerconference.com
  

  
PASS REGISTRATION INFO:

  
Accreditation for PARTNER representatives to Independent Film Week:
Please use this URL to register each of your company representatives, as well as your company for the Independent Film Week Industry Directory:
  
http://market.ifp.org/newyork/market/market31/appforms2/CompanyRegistrationForm.cfm? IfpPage
Type=Company

  
PLEASE NOTE: At the bottom of the registration form, select “Pay by check – Yes” from the drop down menu. You are not required to pay any registration fees, nor will you actually send in a check. This step is simply needed for the form to submit properly.
  
 

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