2017 Slamdance Festival to Showcase 11 Narrative and 8 Documentary Features Lineup Spotlights 8 Directorial Debuts From Women Filmmakers

The Slamdance Film Festival announced today their Narrative and Documentary Feature Film Competition programs for its 23rd Festival edition, taking place in Park City from January 20-26, 2017. Driven by a dedication to emerging artists, Slamdance continues to be the premiere film festival by filmmakers, for filmmakers. Established in 1995, Slamdance is dedicated to discovering and supporting new talents in independent filmmaking. Previous Slamdance alumni … Continue reading 2017 Slamdance Festival to Showcase 11 Narrative and 8 Documentary Features Lineup Spotlights 8 Directorial Debuts From Women Filmmakers

2014 Sedona Film Festival Review: Waiting for Mamu, How One Person Made A Difference

By Monteque Pope- Le Beau   What would you give to end another person suffering or better yet what would you do to give them a safe and secure home, so they could thrive? For Pausha Basnent of Kathmandu, Nepal the answer was simple yet complicated.   Waiting for Mamu 40 min Directors: Francois Caillaud, Dan Chen and Thomas Morgan Writer: Thomas A. Morgan Executive … Continue reading 2014 Sedona Film Festival Review: Waiting for Mamu, How One Person Made A Difference