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IndiVision 2005 low-budget forum at Popcorn Taxi: Rowan Woods (director), Ashley Luke (Fortissimo), international producer Josh Zeman, Danish filmmaker Rumle Hammerich

The IndiVision Screenings that toured nationally in early 2005 were a showcase of outstanding independent low-budget features from around the world.

The aim was to expose Australian filmmakers to the best and most successful international low-budget feature filmmaking - films that have connected with audiences and dazzled festivals - to inspire and challenge the Australian industry.

As part of the IndiVision Screenings, Popcorn Taxi hosted a special low-budget filmmaking forum in Sydney, which included a screening of the low-budget Scottish film Sixteen Years of Alcohol, directed by Richard Jobson, followed by a discussion with Rowan Woods (director The Boys and upcoming Little Fish with Cate Blanchett), Ashley Luke (Fortissimo), international producer Josh Zeman (The Station Agent) and Danish filmmaker Rumle Hammerich.

An edited transcript of the forum is available as a PDF below.

PDF Document  IndiVision - Popcorn Taxi Forum