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Independent films have gained the nation’s attention, respect and curiosity over the years. Hear a discussion with regional independent directors as they join kojo to talk about the success and pitfalls of going it alone in the District.
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- Bruce Brown Director and Producer, Bruce Brown Filmworks, Inc.
- Bret Stern Director and Writer; Author, "How to Shoot a Feature Film for Under $10,000 (and not go to jail)"
- Chris Griffin Co-director of the Rosebud Festival and Competition
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