Andrew Fiore is an independent filmmaker whose been producing documentary films since 1989. With his Vancouver Foundation Small Arts Grant, Andrew created Clean, a documentary that follows two recovering addicts over a five-month period. His goal is to show people the true realities of beating an addiction.
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Funders and filmmakers talk about the age-old question of how to raise money to make and distribute your film. Panelists look at money raising techniques from traditional models, such as grants from nonprofits and equity investment, to new methods, such as Web 3.0 strategies that use crowdfunding websites like IndieGoGo and Kickstarter. Panelists include: Sarah Lash, Consultant; Jason Orans, Producer, Goodbye Solo; Adella Ladjevardi, Grants Manager, Cinereach; Yancey Strickler, Co-founder, Kickstarter. Moderator: Milton Tabbot, Senior Director, Programming, IFP. The Independent Feature Project is the nation’s oldest and largest non profit organization of independent filmmakers, created to support and advocate the courageous work of artists and technicians working in independent film whose voices might not otherwise have been heard. Co-sponsored by Independent Feature Project and the Department of Media Studies and Film. Location: Wollman Hall, Eugene Lang Building, 65 West 11th Street, 5th floor. 02/22/2010 7:00 pm