Anthony Kaufman

Anne Carey

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"When I graduated from film school, I didn't want to be a P.A. and drive a van," says Anne Carey, co-founder with Ted Hope and Anthony Bregman of New York concern This Is That. "I always wanted to…

Susan Leber

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Susan Leber relishes multitasking. She is posting "The Roost," a horror film exec produced by Larry Fessenden ("Wendigo"), prepping Alexandra Brodsky's indie family drama "Bittersweet Pl" and…

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Hit list

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Acquisitions execs don't have the highest expectations for Tribeca's premieres, but neither do they want to be the ones that miss this year's "Roger Dodger." Here are a few titles they're tracking:

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Beyond celluloid

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The last two years have been a whirlwind," says Tribeca co-topper Jane Rosenthal, who launched the Tribeca Film Festival with partners Robert De Niro and Craig Hatkoff in 2002 as part of a mission to…

Tectonic shift

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The Gotham film scene is all grown up. No longer known simply for scrappy auteurs making black-and-white 16mm movies in the East Village, New York's edgy upstarts have officially joined the big…

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Cost prohibitive

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When Alexander Payne won an Independent Spirit Award for his Paramount Pictures release "Election," he reportedly told the crowd that indie film is "not about sources of financing; it's about spirit…

Beggars banquet

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"Beg, borrow, steal." That's how producer Roni Deitz describes the financing -- along with some private equity -- for Christopher Munch's dramatic competition pic "Harry and Max."

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