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July 21, 1998 2:00 AM
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List of 1998 IFFM No Borders Projects

1998 IFFM No Borders Projects List

The following is a list of the projects confirmed to-date for participation in the 1998 IFFM No Borders Co-Production Market. Four more projects will be announced shortly.


Tomorrow, indieWIRE will publish a full article regarding today's announcement.


In the intense psychological drama, Afraid of Everything, a
couple's fragile relationship is challenged by events set in motion by a visiting younger sister. From the co-founders of Drift Releasing, writer/director David Barker and producer Chris Hoover (Fast Trip, Long Drop), the film stars Nathalie Richard (Irma Vep) in her first English speaking role.


A brilliant woman's relationship with her two children as she
approaches death is at the center of Backward Looks, Far Corners, from writer/director
Christopher Munch (The Hours and Times). Starring Jacqueline Bisset and Martha Plimpton, the film is produced by Andrea Sperling (Nowhere) and executive produced by Ruth Charny (Mistress) and Jim McKay (Girls Town).

Karin Howard's C, to be directed by Petra Hafter, is a romantic thriller set in the United States, about a young woman who becomes a wife one summer.

Dandelion Market follows the troubled path of a messed up young
dreamer as he returns to Dublin after an unsuccessful stint in London. Writer/actor Karl Geary's screenplay is to be directed by Amy Hobby (producer, Nadja, Sunday) and produced by her double A films partner, Andrew Fierberg.

A former convict-turned preacher is seduced into a murder plot by
the jezebel wife of the richest man in town in Beaty Reynold's script The Devil in Me, to be directed by George Hickenlooper (Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse). J. Todd Harris (Denise Calls Up) will produce and Mimi Rogers (The Rapture) and Tim Daly (Wings) will star.

Billy Baldwin (Backdraft) and Wanda de Jesus ("NYPD Blue") are set
to star in writer/director Pamela Enz' script Didja, Didja

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