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April 11, 2008

Monday! TFPF Workshop! Poyser! Lowery! Footage! Be There!

I broke down and showed about 45 extremely rough minutes of St. Nick to a friend this evening. He didn't think it was boring, which was about all I needed to know.

If you, gentle reader, are wondering when you too might see some footage from this film, I have an answer for you. As you may recall, the film was partially financed by a grant from the Austin Film Society and the Texas Filmmakers Production Fund. The TFPF Grant Applications are open, and just like he did last year, Bryan Poyser is traveling across this great state, giving workshops on how to best apply. He'll be in Dallas next Monday at 7PM, at the KERA studios, and I'll be joining him to talk about how I personally went about the application process. And because it was made with TFPF money, we'll be showing a little bit (just a little bit) of St. Nick.

Here are the exact details. The TFPF is hands-down the most valuable resource to Texas Filmmakers, so come on out and learn more about it!

Posted by David Lowery at April 11, 2008 1:24 AM

Comments

And what about those of us not lucky enough to live in the great state of Texas?

Posted by: bryan at April 11, 2008 4:17 PM

It might be a while, unfortunately...I'm still in hyper-protective mode. When it comes, it'll be out of nowhere.

Posted by: Ghostboy at April 11, 2008 5:52 PM