Resources:Erik Luers


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2016 Film Independent Spirit Awards Screening Schedule

by Erik Luers on December 22, 2015

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Screenings are for IFP members (and one guest) only on a first-come, first-served basis.  A printed copy of your membership card is required for admittance.


All Screenings Take Place at the Made in NY Media Center by IFP
30 John St. DUMBO, Brooklyn



7:00pm Carol   Followed by …

The Work and Words of Khalik Allah

by Erik Luers on October 7, 2015

Khalik Allah presenting at the IFP Conference: Screen Forward on Tuesday, September 22nd 2015


Photographer and filmmaker Khalik Allah’s astonishing documentary Field Niggas kicks off IFP Screen Forward’s fall programming at the Made in NY Media Center by IFP, opening for a week-long theatrical run beginning Friday, October 16th. If you’re not familiar …

2015 Project Forum Slate

by Erik Luers on July 17, 2015

Independent Film Week Project Forum

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RBC’s Emerging Storytellers
The premier talent pool for new voices on the independent scene, RBC’s Emerging Storytellers presents 25 U.S. narrative features in early-stage development with little previous marketplace exposure. Writer/directors have a variety of experience, having previously …

NYSCA Images

by Erik Luers on March 17, 2015

The above clip is from the film Dead Pigs, directed by Cathy Yan. This project participated in the 2018 Independent Filmmaker Labs Showcase and IFP Week.

The above clip is from the film Sorry to Bother You, directed by Boots Riley. This project participated in the 2015 No Borders Project Forum …

A Father’s Tale: Angus MacLachlan on “Goodbye to All That”

by Erik Luers on December 16, 2014


Although father may not always know best, Goodbye to All That’s heartfelt and humorous look at a middle-age dad who, after an unpleasant divorce, is quickly thrown into a world of new opportunities (of the female variety) and struggles (concerns for his kin), proves that he most certainly tries. Director …