As part of the 2013 Indiewire Influencers series,
we shot behind-the-scenes footage of our subjects’ photo shoots inside
the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Each day we will release a new video
focusing on one of the 40 people or companies we see influencing the
independent film world right now.
Today, we take a look at Parts and Labor, the production company founded by Jay Van Hoy and Lars Knudsen, who met while serving as assistants to Scott Rudin. The two are in the midst of a banner year. They were the production company
to reckon with in Park City, arriving with “Ain’t Them Bodies Saints,”
“Mother of George” and “Narco Cultura.” All three were acquired out of
the festival, with “Ain’t Them Bodies Saints” emerging as a possible
Read more about the duo on their company profile page, and view their video below.