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Case Study: Puccini for Beginners

Several years in the making, PUCCINI FOR BEGINNERS, written and directed by Maria Maggenti (The Incredibly True Adventure Of Two Girls In Love) is the kind of independent voyage that has come to define digital filmmaking at its finest. Using unique technology and produced under the pioneering InDigEnt banner, PUCCINI FOR BEGINNERS is the latest in a string of Sundance success stories in the tradition of Tadpole, Pieces of April, and Me, You, and Everyone I Know. Join us for this case study dissection of the film, featuring filmmaker, producers, and key production personnel as they place their work under the microscope and reflect upon the process from start to finish and beyond. Moderated by independent film producer Effie Brown (Real Women Have Curves, In The Cut, etc.).

Credits

Maria Maggenti
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Sue Graf
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Justin Kirk
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Aleta Shaffer
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Manuel Billeter
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Effie Brown
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