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Producer Effie T. Brown is one of our 10 to Watch for "Dear White People" which premiered at Sundance Film Festival.May 14th, 2014 | Maud Dillingham
Producer Effie T. Brown has high hopes for the satire she produced, Dear White People, as it makes the rounds on the festival circuit and preps for an October theatrical release. Check out why she's on our 10 to Watch list this year.
With 17 movies under her belt, Los Angeles-based producer Effie T.
Sharon Greytak makes our 10 Filmmakers to Watch in 2014 for her film "Archaeology of a Woman."May 13th, 2014 | Rebecca Reynolds
The Independent's Rebecca Reynolds talks with 10 to Watch filmmaker, Sharon Greytak, about the range of her work within film and painting, including her latest project, the narrative feature Archaeology of a Woman.
From her award-winning experimental films to her groundbreaking documentary about physical disability to her three narrative features—that’s why New York City-based indie filmmaker Sharon Greytak is one of our 10 to Watch in 2014.
Liss LaFleur is on our 10 Filmmakers to Watch in 2014 for her interactive documentary "One Way Home."May 12th, 2014 | Ziyad Saadi
Liss LaFleur forges connections with her interactive documentary, One Way Home, about an organization in Texas that reunites AIDS-inflicted people with their families. Not only is she producing great work, but she is an open and brave artist. That's why she's one of our 10 to Watch.
As seen in her latest film One Way Home, Liss LaFleur's filmmaking comes in the form of new media, with her background in photography, art history, and cinema all working together to create a powerful filmic experience.
Robert Greene is on our 10 Filmmakers to Watch list for his work on "Actress" and "Approaching the Elephant."May 11th, 2014 | Sara Archambault
Robert Greene's unique vision and practice for documentary caught our attention. Check out his plethora of work in 2014, including Actress and Approaching the Elephant, on 10 to Watch.
Robert Greene is on a mission. He wants to change the way you understand, see, and talk about documentaries. If he has to be a director, editor, producer, critic, and programmer in order to do it, so be it.
Here's an overview of our process, including our nominating jury and contributing writers and artists.May 11th, 2014 | Maddy Kadish
10 to Watch is the annual series that highlights filmmakers who stand out as leaders in the field of independent storytelling. Starting May 12th, we will post a new filmmaker each day for 10 days in a row.
Our 10 to Watch filmmakers are always a unique group. This year, especially, their individual films stand out for high quality and each person exemplifies strength in a particular field within independent storytelling. They are redefining the form, offering new twists on familiar forms, and are always using their work to reaffirm our love of film.