2008 Texas Filmmakers' Production Fund Recipients

Where $103,500 in cash, services, and stock went

The Austin Film Society announced last weekend recipients of the 2008 Texas Filmmakers' Production Fund. AFS staff and a panel of judges, including Sean Baker (Prince of Broadway), Cheryl Dunye (The Watermelon Woman), and Juan Carlos Zaldívar (90 Miles), awarded 22 film and video projects $103,500 in cash, services, and film stock. For more information, visit www.austinfilm.org.


"Mnemosyne Rising" (D: Miguel Alvarez, narrative short)

Working Mom (D: Juliet M. Dervin, feature documentary)

Philip's Shadow (D: Philip R. Fagan, feature documentary)

"Earl's Way" (D: Andrew Garrison, documentary short)

A Good Death (D: Scott Greenberg, feature documentary)

"98" (D: Justin Hennard, experimental documentary short)

The Yogurt Shop Murders (D: Claire Huie, feature documentary)

"Lost Tribes" (D: Bennie Klain & Leighton C. Peterson, documentary short)

"Neolithic Home Movie" (D: Jennifer Lane, experimental documentary short)

Through a Glass Darkly (D: David Layton, feature documentary)

"This Girl Griot" (D: Autumn Leonard, narrative short)

5 O'Clock on a Texas Morning (D: Jeff Mack, feature documentary)

The Eyes of Me (D: Keith Maitland, feature documentary)

"Bracero Stories" (D: Patrick Mullins, documentary short)

Gone to Texas: The Lives of Forrest Carter (D: Douglas Newman, feature documentary)

"Burned" (D: Emily Pyle, documentary short)

Dirty Hands (D: Christopher Rusch, feature narrative)

The Cost of Living (D: Kai Salim, feature narrative)

"Tattooed Under Fire" (D: Nancy Schiesari, documentary short)

Otis Under Sky (D: Anlo Sepulveda, experimental feature documentary)

"Katrina's Son" (D: Ya'Ke Smith, narrative short)

American Widow Project (D: Don Swaynos & Taryn Davis, feature documentary)

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