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Tip of the Week: Festival from Home

Posted Nov 16, 2011, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

Tip of the Week: Festival from Home

Whether you're Park City bound this January or stranded in a dark corner of the globe, we've got your back (though we can't…

Greetings From Beijing

Posted Apr 18, 2011, by Kathryn Dean, Producer, Winter's Bone

Greetings From Beijing

The flight from New York to Beijing was a bit intense, but the cramped seat and crowded arrangement were nothing compared to…

Thoughts Post-Nashville

Posted Apr 17, 2011, by Isabelle Stead, Producer, Son of Babylon

Thoughts Post-Nashville

My what a treat I’ve had! I'm just returning from a rewarding trip to Nashville where I was invited to screen my film Son of…

Sundance Producer in Residence Joins Film Forward in Nashville

Posted Apr 16, 2011, by Anne Lai, Producer in Residence, Sundance Institute Feature Film Program

Sundance Producer in Residence Joins Film Forward in Nashville

It’s a beautiful spring morning, and we’re on day five of our excursion to Nashville, Tennessee. With our local partners – the…

The Story Thus Far in Nashville

Posted Apr 12, 2011, by Stephanie Silverman, Managing Director, The Belcourt Theatre

The Story Thus Far in Nashville

We are so excited that Film Forward has finally landed in Nashville! Peter Bratt, director of La Mission, and Isabelle Stead,…

Next Up: Nashville, TN

Posted Apr 7, 2011, by Brittany Ballard

Next Up: Nashville, TN

Next up! Film Forward travels to Nashville, Tennessee, where we’re excited to partner with the Belcourt Theatre to showcase our…

Searching for A Tribe Called Quest

Posted Jan 23, 2011, by Mike Plante

Searching for A Tribe Called Quest

Director (and hard working actor) Michael Rapaport premiered his documentary Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe…

Why I Became a Filmmaker

Posted Dec 16, 2010, by Alicia Sams

Why I Became a Filmmaker

“Cultural Diplomacy.“ Two words, each full of meaning. Taken together they encompass a universe of opportunity. As a term it…