I Believe in Unicorns is one of ten films selected for the IFP Narrative Labs
We are thrilled to be an official selection of the IFP Narrative Labs!
Earlier today, the Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP) announced the ten projects chosen for the 2012 Independent Filmmaker Labs, a year-long fellowship for first-time feature directors. We are excited to follow in the footsteps of such films as Pariah, Una Noche, and An Oversimplification of Her Beauty and look forward to getting to know the other film fellows. It is an honor to participate and we hope to continue expanding our relationship with IFP throughout the year.
“The Labs are unique in our focus on guiding filmmakers to concretely and constructively plan for their films’ lives beyond post-production, and are tailored to maximizing their opportunities given the particular assets of each film,” says IFP Executive Director Joana Vicente. “With almost 80% of previous Lab projects debuted in festivals and released worldwide, the impact of this has been significant.”
The official selections of the 2012 Labs are:
Bastards of Young by Josiah Signor
Blue Caprice by Alexandre Moors
Concussion by Stacie Passon
El Empantanado by Felipe Echavarria
Go Down Death by Aaron Schimberg
Hide Your Smiling Faces by Daniel Patrick Carbone
I Believe in Unicorns by Leah Meyerhoff
Karaoke Girl by Visra Vichit Vadakan
Land of Tomorrow by Kimberly Levin
The Forgotten Kingdom by Andrew Mudge
We are thrilled to be in such great company and look forward to getting to know the other film fellows better throughout the week.