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May 2 at 8:30am

Ted Hope and Peter Stein on What Makes A Great Indie Film

By Ted Hope

Ted Hope and acclaimed documentary director and producer Peter L Stein discuss what makes a project great in terms of artistic innovation and financial viability at the Disposable Film Festival, 2012.

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  1. Tlaughlin88 / May 2 at 8:30am

    Great conversation here. I recently heard of a great indie film called The Mine by Jeff Chamberlain. Check it out!!   http://www.themine.info

  2. Dcato / May 2 at 8:30am

    A very rewarding conversation. Thanks for the post.

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  4. teri wehn damisch / May 2 at 8:30am

    Hi, I am a Franco-American documentary filmmaker living in Paris who immigrated from Marseille to New York on the SS Winnipeg. I would like to reach Peter Stein for more information on the documentary he has made on his father (who was on the same ship in 1940) . Is it possible for you to give me his e-mail or send him this request?
    Teri Wehn Damisch

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