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Indie Film Production/Case Study: My Mother's Beauty Cream

New York, NY

The Young Patrons Collective invites you to learn about how independent films get made during this conversation with producer Linda Chiu and filmmaker Mitch McCabe. Chiu’s films include Litt...


Thu, Sep 28, 2006 8:30 PM - 10:00 PM EDT

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council
125 Maiden Lane, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10038
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The Young Patrons Collective invites you to learn about how independent films get made during this conversation with producer Linda Chiu and filmmaker Mitch McCabe. Chiu’s films include Little Fish (Cate Blanchett) and the forthcoming Dark Matter (Liu Ye, Meryl Streep). McCabe’s films include the Academy Award winner in student category Playing The Part and most recently, To Whom It May Concern. Together, they bring you My Mother¹s Beauty Cream, a documentary about women’s fear of aging and one filmmaker¹s comical journey through the American anti-aging industry, all set against the backdrop of her father’s plastic surgery practice. Traveling across America, McCabe visits doctors, celebrities, scientists, Star Magazine editors as well as a cross-section of real life characters, all who have gone to crazy lengths to beat the clock. The filmmakers will discuss content and today’s indie film market – from financing to foreign sales – based on Chiu’s experience as an executive at Myriad Pictures (The Good Girl, Kinsey, Factory Girl, and Death Defying Acts).

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