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Thursday, May 12, 2005

Don't Call It A Comeback...

Reading the Times this morning I came across this article that is giving New York a new lease on life in the film business. It goes into how the up and comers are finding new ways to structure film financing and how films are being made in the city with drive and determination. With the success of Bobby D.'s festival along with a shift and rise of smaller companies like THINKfilm (Primer), Killer Films (Boys Don't Cry & Happiness) and the new Weinstein Company formation, New York is being recognized as a place where film culture can thrive and survive. Something we always knew...


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