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Filmmaker Magazine

Filmmaker
File:Filmmaker Magazine cover.jpg
Editor Scott Macaulay
Categories Cinema
Frequency Quarterly
Circulation 60,000
First issue October 17, 1992
Company Independent Feature Project
Country United States
Language English
Website ISSN 1063-8954

Filmmaker is a quarterly publication magazine covering issues relating to independent film. The magazine was founded in 1992 by Karol Martesko-Fenster, Scott Macaulay and Holly Willis. The magazine is now published by IFP (Independent Feature Project), which acts in the independent film community.

With a readership of more than 60,000, the magazine includes interviews, case studies, financing and distribution information, festival reports, technical and production updates, legal pointers, and filmmakers on filmmaking in their own words. Editor-in-Chief Scott Macaulay's experience as a working independent producer informs coverage of behind-the-scene aspects of the creative, technical and business realities facing specialized film.

The magazine used to be available outside the US in London but has not been on sale in the UK since early 2009.

Annual features

List of "25 New Faces of Indie Film" from 1998-2013[1][2][3][4][5][6]

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2007

  • Moon Molson
  • Sophie Barthes
  • Daniel Barz
  • Jennifer Venditti
  • Kim Reed
  • Andy Blubaugh
  • Azazel Jacobs
  • Calvin Reeder
  • Fillipe Barbosa
  • Craig Zobel
  • Phillip Van
  • Sean Kirby
  • Tze Chun
  • Richard Goldgewicht & Jeremy Goldscheider
  • Vicente Amorim
  • M dot Strange
  • Kentucker Audley
  • Hope Dickson Leach
  • Ronald Bronstein
  • Vineet Dewan
  • Georgina Lightning
  • Brian M. Cassidy and Melanie Shatzky
  • Jess Weixler
  • Alex Holdridge
  • Stephane Gauger

2008

  • Jesse Epstein
  • Andrew Okpeaha MacLean
  • Tariq Tapa
  • Joshua Safdie
  • Ryan Bilsborrow-Koo and Zachary Lieberman
  • Christina Voros
  • Bent-Jorgen Perlmutt
  • Jennifer Phang
  • Barry Jenkins
  • Shana Feste
  • Daniel Robin
  • Tom Quinn
  • John Magary
  • Oren Peli
  • Matt Wolf
  • Myna Joseph
  • Encyclopedia Pictura
  • Mark Russell
  • E.E. Cassidy
  • Dee Rees
  • Aasif Mandvi
  • David & Nathan Zellner
  • Eric Latek
  • Julia Leigh
  • Benh Zeitlin

2009

  • Ian Olds
  • Eleanor Burke & Ron Eyal
  • Nat Sanders
  • Jessica Oreck
  • Derek Cianfrance
  • Jeff Mizushima
  • Lost Zombies
  • Paula Huidobro
  • Steph Green
  • Bradford Young
  • Michael Palmieri & Donal Mosher
  • Paola Mendoza
  • Destin Daniel Cretton
  • Morgan Jon Fox
  • The Purchase Brothers
  • Nicole Opper
  • Asiel Norton
  • Andrew T. Betzer
  • Sebastián Silva
  • Tina Mabry
  • Frankie Latina
  • Lena Dunham
  • Geoff Marslett
  • Rooney Mara
  • Jody Lee Lipes

2010

  • Victoria Mahoney
  • Alex Jablonski & Michael Totten
  • Rashaad Ernesto Green
  • Sara Colangelo
  • Robert Machoian & Rodrigo Ojeda-Beck
  • Jason Byrne
  • Trieste Kelly Dunn
  • Sean Durkin
  • Rebecca Richman Cohen
  • Julius Onah
  • Zac Stuart-Pontier
  • Holden Abigail Osborne
  • David Wilson
  • Radical Friend
  • Marc Fratello
  • Brent Stewart
  • Jade Healy
  • Sultan Sharrief
  • Mike Stoklasa
  • Kasper Tuxen
  • Susan Youssef
  • Danfung Dennis
  • Arielle Javitch
  • Matt Porterfield
  • Adam Bowers

2011

  • Alrick Brown
  • Joe Nicolosi
  • Alma Har’el
  • Kitao Sakurai
  • David Lowery
  • Eddie Alcazar
  • Yance Ford
  • Laura Israel
  • Everynone
  • Panos Cosmatos
  • Sophia Takal
  • Brent Bonacorso
  • Mark Jackson
  • Kirby Ferguson
  • Damon Russell
  • Gingger Shankar
  • Brent Hoff
  • Sheldon Candis
  • Carlen Altman
  • Rola Nashef
  • Alison Klayman
  • Rania Attieh & Daniel Garcia
  • Rob Hauer
  • Dean Fleischer-Camp & Jenny Slate
  • Andrew S. Allen & Jason Sondhi

2012

  • Desiree Akhavan and Ingrid Jungermann
  • Jonas Carpignano
  • Ian Clark
  • Ryan Coogler
  • Drea Cooper and Zackary Canepari
  • Chris Dapkins
  • Katherine Fairfax Wright and Malika Zouhali-Worral
  • Hannah Fidell
  • Julia Garner
  • Ian Harnarine
  • Cutter Hodierne
  • Alexa Karolinski
  • Penny Lane and Brian Frye
  • Jillian Mayer and Lucas Leyva
  • Omar Mullick and Bassam Tariq
  • Terence Nance
  • Ornana
  • Julia Pott
  • A. G. Rojas
  • Kim Sherman
  • Jason Tippet and Elisabeth Mims
  • Wu Tsang
  • Patrick Wang
  • Treva Wurmfeld

2013

  • Scott Blake
  • Lyric R. Cabral and David Felix Sutcliff
  • Emily Carmichael
  • Josephine Decker
  • Anahita Ghazvinizadeh
  • Mohammad Gorjestani
  • Daniel Hart
  • Eliza Hittman
  • Boyd Holbrook
  • Lou Howe
  • Andrew Thomas Huang
  • Elaine McMillion
  • Jason Osder
  • Andrew Droz Palermo
  • Iva Radivojevic
  • Nandan Rao
  • Rodrigo Reyes
  • Anna Sandilands and Ewan McNico
  • Ben Sinclair and Katja Blichfeld
  • Leah Shore
  • Andrea Sisson and Pete Ohs
  • Jeremy Teicher
  • Michael Tyburski and Ben Nabors
  • Lauren Wolkstein
  • Chloé Zhao

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