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Vote for the Project of the Week! (The Winner Gets a Prize)

By Indiewire | Indiewire September 1, 2011 at 5:03AM

Every day we highlight projects in the works seeking your support. And now we're finally ready to put them to a vote.
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Vote for the Project of the Week! (The Winner Gets a Prize)
Projects this week.

Every day we highlight projects in the works seeking your support. And now we're finally ready to put them to a vote.

We're going back into our vaults to name a Project of the Week for the week ending June 17, 2011. (For the backstory on the rewind, click here.) And now that we've set a prize for Project of the Week (digital distribution consultation from our parent company, SnagFilms) and for Project of the Month (consultation from an appropriate Program Director at the Sundance Institute), we're ready to vote! [For even more info about the column and its evolution, click here.]

We want to know what project you most want to see. Vote on Facebook by visiting this link (you must let the third-party app access your Facebook account; it helps us ensure only one vote per Facebook account). The winner will receive the SnagFilms consultation and will be eligible for the consultation with the Sundance Institute.

Check them all out below! Voting ends 5PM Eastern/2PM Pacific.

This Week's Projects:

"The People Demand"
Logline: A documentary showing the continued progress after the revolution in Egypt, and the demands of the people changing their country.'

"The Animals"
Logline: “The Animals” is a short film that explores obsession, nature, and the doppelgänger through dark comedy and magical realism.

"The Idiot"
Logline: The first documentary based on a novel: A picaresque study of a holy fool with a mania to do good and the world that trips him up at each step.

"In Amanda's Shoes"
Logline: “In Amanda’s Shoes” is a comedy/drama about a young professional woman trying to find success in a male-dominated industry by making partner at her law firm. Along the way, she realizes that life is one step at a time as she struggles to find balance between work, family and personal life.

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