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Elephant Eye Acquires Two

By Indiewire | Indiewire May 14, 2008 at 5:04AM

Elephant Eye Films have two new acquisitions: Director Nate Meyer's urban drama "Frat Girl," a follow-up to "Pretty In The Face," which is starting production, and Michael Jacob's "Audience of One," a documentary about a Pentecostal minister who receives a vision from God telling him to make a science fiction film, which won the Special Jury Award at South By Southwest and was a an official selection of New Directors/New Films. Based in New York, the principals of the newly formed Elephant Eye are Kim Jose, David Robinson and Vicky Wight. [Peter Knegt]
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Elephant Eye Films have two new acquisitions: Director Nate Meyer's urban drama "Frat Girl," a follow-up to "Pretty In The Face," which is starting production, and Michael Jacob's "Audience of One," a documentary about a Pentecostal minister who receives a vision from God telling him to make a science fiction film, which won the Special Jury Award at South By Southwest and was a an official selection of New Directors/New Films. Based in New York, the principals of the newly formed Elephant Eye are Kim Jose, David Robinson and Vicky Wight. [Peter Knegt]

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