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Filmmakers John Battsek, Molly Thompson, Kurt Engfehr, Rachel Boynton, Sloane Klevin and Amir Bar Lev are among the filmmakers who be leading this year’s Tribeca Film Institute third annual StoryLab in Brooklyn, New York.
The participants for this year’s Tfi/A&E IndieFilms StoryLab, which kicked off on Tuesday, are: Vaishali Sinha for Ask The Sexpert; Babak Khoshnoud and David Fine for Free From What; David Romberg for Man Of The Monkey; David Schisgall for Theo, Who Lived; and Keith Maitland for Tower.
In partnership with A&E IndieFilms, the three-day workshop provides one-on-one mentorship, masterclasses, industry discussion and networking opportunities for documentary filmmaking teams.
Participants will also get involved with an intense case study breaking down the story format of Amir Bar Lev’s The Tillman Story. »
Read More: The Top 8 Pitches at the Hot Docs Forum: What Worked and What Didn't The Tribeca Film Institute, in partnership with A&E IndieFilms, has just announced the projects selected for the third annual StoryLab for documentary filmmakers, which helps five filmmaking teams in various stages of production through one on one mentorship as well as master classes, industry discussions and networking opportunities. This year the workshops will be led by notable filmmakers including A&E IndieFilms Svp Molly Thompson ("The Tillman Story," "The September Issue"), film director/producer Rachel Boynton ("Big Men," "Our Brand is Crisis"), film editor/producer Kurt Engfehr ("Bowling for Columbine," "Fahrenheit 9/11"), film editor Sloane Klevin ("Taxi to The Dark Side") as well as film producer John Battsek ("Searching for Sugarman," "The Imposter") and film director Amir Bar Lev »
- Wil Barlow
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