With the Senate on its side, the NEA wins by a whisker in this last round.January 1st, 1998 | Mark J. Huisman
Conservative lawmakers lost their latest bid to kill the National Endowment for the Arts in late October as the House and Senate passed an appropriations bill containing $98 million for the agency in fiscal 1998.
Ellen and Robert Little talk about their sales and distribution company; which includes works by John Sayles, Tamra Davis, Alen Cox, and other indie feature directors.January 1st, 1998 | Lissa Gibbs
First Look Pictures/Overseas Filmgroup, 8800 Sunset Blvd., Suite 302, Los Angeles, CA 90069; (310) 855-1199; fax: 855-0719
What is First Look?
A step-by-step study of how the financing came in place for the debut documentary feature of Joan Grossman and Paul Rosdy.January 1st, 1998 | Rob Sabal
The single biggest question that every aspiring independent producer wants answered is, Where can I get the money to make my film? The frequent suggestion is to look at the financing credits on comparable films, then seek funding from the same sources.