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20 Latin Americans Making a Difference for American Independent Film Today

26 December 2016 9:00 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Latin American filmmakers have done well in the Oscar race over the last three years: Awards have gone to two Mexican directors, while films from Colombia and Chile have landed nominations. Meanwhile, revered auteurs from these region have maintained their positions on the world stage, and American-based Latino filmmakers and actors have become outspoken advocates for the need of inclusion and opportunity. But many others receive far less attention even as they toil away on the sidelines to make sure these artists receive the attention they deserve.

The unsung heroes of Latin American cinema’s success work in film journalism, distribution companies, film-oriented nonprofits, festivals, and even major studios. Behind the scenes, Latinos are paving the way for filmmakers and others who are fighting to be heard, seen, and understood. This crowd of influencers includes U.S Latinos, Latin Americans and Hispanics, all of whom are represented in the following overview. »

- Carlos Aguilar

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10th Los Angeles Greek Film Festival Announces Annual International Project Discovery Forum Details

23 May 2016 6:51 PM, PDT | Sydney's Buzz | See recent Sydney's Buzz news »

Now in its fourth edition, the International Project Discovery Forum (Ipdf), Los Angeles Greek Film Festival’s Industry Section and development workshop will present six impressive new projects by filmmakers from the Balkans and the Middle­ East region.

Ipdf Director A​raceli Lemos,​ in talking about this year’s selections remarks,"For this edition,we chose projects which are bold, diverse and thought­provoking. We are excited to meet all the filmmakers in person and work with them."

The 20​16 Ipdf projects a​re from both new and established filmmakers. They are A​lexis Alexiou'​s (“Wednesday 4:45”) third feature project "As Long As You Bleed." V​assilis Katsoupis ​and producer G​iorgos Karnavas ​present "Inside," ​​Katsoupis'debut fiction feature. His documentary “​My Friends Larry Gus” i​s s​creening o​n F​riday, June 3rd.​Karnavas is a prominent Greek producer, whose previous work “The Eternal Paraskevas of Antonis Paraskevas” and “Boy Eating Bird’s Food” were worldwide festival favorites and screened in past editions of Lagff.

Sol Goodman,​an American producer with projects in the Middle East and NorthAfrica, will present "The Taste of Apples is Red," ​a S​yrian ​film by E​hab Tarabieh.​

Three debut features will also be pitched: from T​urkey,​ N​azlı Elif Durlu and​and her producer A​nna ­Maria Aslanoglu ​present​ 

"Zuhal." ​From G​reece's ​H​arris Raftogiannis,​comes "The River," ​​and Serbia’​s S​tefan Malešević​ will offer up​ "Usud."​

A f​our­ member jury​ of entertainment professionals will decide the winning project after hearing the final pitches on Sunday, June 5th. The 2016 Ipdf J​ury member s​are producer at Gunpowder & Sky, David Harris,​ R​ebecca Katz ​from the Creative Producing Initiative of the Sundance Institute; Participant Media’s​ Ioanna Varikos, a​nd producer and co­founder of Extraordinary Renditions, K​elly Thomas ​(“Spa Night”).

The ​winners​of the competition will ​receive ​the ​Aegean Award ​and a ​scholarship ​to attend the ​Mfi Script2Pitch​ Workshops ​during the ​Orpheus Award Ceremony on Closing Night, June 5th.

Before the Jury pitch​, each filmmaker will receive ​group training a​nd ​one­-on-­one meetings​with a diverse group of professionals sharing expertise in financing, directing, writing, producing, marketing and distribution. This year's ​experts​ include​: K Street Pictures' president​ Charles Agron​; writer/producer David Ariniello ​(“Arcadia Lost”), acclaimed director and cinematographer ​Steven Bernstein ​(“Decoding Annie Parker”), co­founder of L.A.­based La Panda Productions ​Pau Brunet​, director of creative initiatives for technology leader Bittorrent ​Missy Laney​, film festival programmer and strategist Kathleen McInnis, ​manager for the feature film program’s international work at Sundance Institute Matthew Takata,​ and writer/Producer of the award­-winning “Innocent Voices” (Voces Inocentes), Oscar Torres.

"We strive to change and grow every year, looking at what is happening in the independent film world around us, and pair our filmmakers with the best experts that can help them. Not only with these projects but for their careers as independent filmmakers," adds Ipdf Producer​Giulia Caruso.

The ​Ipdf Industry Events, free​ and open ​to the public​, take place on Saturday, June 4.

At 12:30 p.m. the ​Writing for Diversity in TV ​panel will take place. During this group session esteemed television writers, and personalities discuss and share their experiences, challenges and efforts to promote diversity on TV – both within the writer’s room and the characters they create. Panelists are; writers ​Aida Croal ​("Luke Cage"), ​Julia Fontana ​("Lucifer"), ​Maikiko James​ from the newly launched Women In Film's Women Writing Lab, musician/ writer ​Our Lady J ​("​Transparent")​, producer Benoni Tagoe ​(​"Awkward Black Girl"​) and director/ producer ​Greg Yaitanes ​(​"Banshee," "House M.D."​).

At 3:00 p.m. ​How a Director Finds Her Characters ​presented by writer/director ​Athina Tsangari​. Tsangari, one of the principal instigators of the New Greek Wave, offers a unique Masterclass on directing. Her latest award­winning feature "Chevalier" is screening at the festival on Thursday, June 2. The masterclass will be moderated by film critic ​Carlos Aguilar, who has written for outlets such as Indiewire, MovieMaker Magazine, and Variety Latino. 

"Every year we are amazed at the variety and quality of projects that filmmakers submit for consideration to Ipdf. It's a complicated selection process, and we always struggle to let some great projects go. To best serve the participants and their projects, we select only six films from the hundreds we receive each year.," notes Lemos.

For more information on the Ipdf projects and filmmakers go to http://lagff.org/festival/international­project­discovery­forum

The International Project Discovery Forum is the industry program of Los Angeles Greek Film Festival

The International Project Discovery Forum is a Los Angeles pioneer in the promotion of international independent film development and co­production. Utilizing the innumerable resources that exist in Los Angeles, the festival aims to create a bridge between two very different worlds – the American Independent Film and the Greek/Balkan Independent Film.

They look for films that have an original approach, made by independent producers and filmmakers that have a unique voice. The stage of development of the selected projects varies from inspiring and promising scripts in an early stage, which they want to nurture through their journey, to more advanced projects in the financing stage that they connect with producers, distributors, sales agents and programmers that can actively support the film. The festival wants to create a circle of collaborators who share the same vision – a network of creative professionals from Greece, the Balkans and the Us that share the same idea of how they want to make films.

Besides their open call for entries, they look for projects in other industry forums in the Balkan region such as Thessaloniki Iff’s Crossroads, Sofia Meetings, Mfi Script Workshop.

The Forum includes a development lab only for Ipdf selected Filmmakers and a series of roundtables that are free and open to the public.

The goal is not only to promote Greek and Balkan filmmakers by helping strong, local stories with international appeal get told, but they also want to create an occasion for a true and lively exchange between European and American cinema. The forum provide a venue where dialogue is encouraged and creative collaborations are formed »

- Carlos Aguilar

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