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Ted Hope and Peter Stein talk Independent Film

Monday, May 7th, 2012 by

Ted Hope, along with acclaimed director/producer Peter L. Stein talk making great independent films and the viability of financing at the 2012 Disposable Film Festival.

Ted Hope’s most notable recent filmmaking ventures include the critically acclaimed Martha Marcy May Marlene (Executive Producer), and he is best known for his efforts in 21 Grams, In the Bedroom, Adventureland, and American Splendor.

Peter Stein is most noted for his directing and producing of documentaries. Neighborhoods: The Hidden Cities of San Francisco (The Fillmore/The Castro/Chinatown/The Mission) are among his significant credits.

These two minds combine to form a perspective of the scope that independent films take albeit a new approach to an old genre or a more in depth look into an overlooked subject. Watch the full video for their unique insights into the industry as a whole and where it can/will go in the future given the resources of the present.

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