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The IFP Announces 1998 No Borders Projects

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire July 22, 1998 at 2:0AM

The IFP Announces 1998 No Borders Projects
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The IFP Announces 1998 No Borders Projects

Compiled by Mark Rabinowitz




The IFP announced 46 of the 50 participants for the 1998 No Borders
Co-Production Market, on Tuesday, with four yet-to-be-named. Of the 46
scripts and works-in-progress selected, 32 are narrative and 14 are
documentary projects. No Borders will run from September 20-24 as part
of the 20th anniversary Independent Feature Film Market which takes
place from September 18-25 in New York City. There are several familliar
faces attached to various projects, including Christopher Munch
("Color of a Brisk and Leaping Day"), Marina Zenovich ("Independent's Day"),
George Hickenlooper ("Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse"),
Sandra Schulberg, Strand's Marcus Hu, Charles Burnett ("To Sleep With Anger"),
and Jim McKay ("Girls Town").


Past participants in No Borders include: Jesse Peretz's "First Love, Last
Rites
" (Strand Releasing); Lodge Kerrigan's "Claire Dolan"
(Cannes, 1998); Jonathan Stack and Liz Garbus' "The Farm" (Grand Jury
Prize -- documentary, Sundance, 1998) and Laurie Weltz' "Wrestling With
Alligators
" (Sundance, 1998). Companies registered for the market to
date include Alliance Independent Films, Channel Four Television (UK),
Fox Lorber Associates, Good Machine International, Home Box Office, Sony
Pictures Classics
, October Films, Strand Releasing, Sundance Channel and
Miramax. No Borders Projects are selected by the market's four
presenting organizations - the IFP; CineMart, the Rotterdam Film
Festival's co-production market; the Filmstiftung Nordrhein-Westfalen -
Germany's largest regional film fund, and the Sundance Institute.


[Get the No Borders Lineup at indieWIRE.com.]


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"Whatever" and Christopher S. Cherot's "Hav Plenty" screened at the 1997
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