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"Lonelygirl15" Creators and Richard Linklater on Tap for SXSW '07

By Indiewire | Indiewire November 6, 2006 at 10:24AM

The three creators of online sensation "Lonelygirl15," Miles Beckett, Mesh Flinders, and Greg Goodfried are among the panelists slated to take part in the SXSW Film Festival & Conference, taking place March 9-17 in Austin, TX. Also on tap for the '07 event is a conversation with director Richard Linklater, who will be interviewed by John Pierson of Grainy Pictures, who helped shepherd Linklater's first feature, "Slacker," to international acclaim. "The 'Lonelygirl15' creators are an exciting example of old-fashioned filmmaking ingenuity combined with new media technology," commented SXSW Festival producer Matt Dentler in a statement. "We're just as eager as our attendees to hear the story of how they did what they did and what it has produced for their filmmaking futures." [Brian Brooks]
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The three creators of online sensation "Lonelygirl15," Miles Beckett, Mesh Flinders, and Greg Goodfried are among the panelists slated to take part in the SXSW Film Festival & Conference, taking place March 9-17 in Austin, TX. Also on tap for the '07 event is a conversation with director Richard Linklater, who will be interviewed by John Pierson of Grainy Pictures, who helped shepherd Linklater's first feature, "Slacker," to international acclaim. "The 'Lonelygirl15' creators are an exciting example of old-fashioned filmmaking ingenuity combined with new media technology," commented SXSW Festival producer Matt Dentler in a statement. "We're just as eager as our attendees to hear the story of how they did what they did and what it has produced for their filmmaking futures." [Brian Brooks]





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