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Saturday, November 1 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Lessons Learned for a Creative Life: From the Front Lines of Indie Cinema Revolutions

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You say you want to make movies? Or maybe you just want to generate beautiful things? Whatever it is, you know you want to use your labor in service of what you love. Producer Ted Hope has made over 70 excellent films, launched several successful companies, and now runs Fandor, bringing film lovers and makers together through an incredible collection of important and entertaining cinema available for streaming. Ted will share his top lessons learned, and several of his secrets earned, in this rare opportunity to see what drives his deep “Hope For Film”. Prepare to leave knowing how you too can have a sustainable and generative creative life, if you dare!

Burke’s Book Store will on hand with copies of Ted’s newly-released book, Hope for Film, available for purchase after the presentation.

INDIETALKS are sponsored by the Hohenberg Foundation. Free admission after Priority Pass, Festival Pass and Standby Card holders have been seated.

 


Saturday November 1, 2014 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Hattiloo - Blackbox 37 S Cooper St, Memphis, 38104

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