We’re almost at the end with our 2020 Slamdance and Sundance Film Festival coverage. First up on our fifth bonus episode is a conversation with filmmaker Patricia Vidal Delgado and lead actress, Monica Betancourt, about their film LA LAYENDA NEGRA. The film examines the life of an undocumented teenager and the battles she face while she tries to stay in America. Then listen in on a roundtable discussion with Tribeca Film Institute‘s Executive Director, Amy Hobby, and SFFILM‘s Interim Director of Artist Development, Lauren Kushner. Find out how these organizations can help catapult your film to places like the Academy Awards (psst, HONEYLAND! After that, we speak with KINO LORBER Co-Founder, Richard Lorber, and SVP of Theatrical Distribution and Acquisition, Wendy Lidell. Hear about their big Sundance acquisition and learn a little more about the after of filmmaking, distribution. We wrap the episode with THE PENNY BLACK, a Slamdance crowdpleaser, about stamps! Why would a documentary about stamps be so interesting and considered a thriller? Find out by tuning into our chat with director Joe Saunders and producer Alex Greer.
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