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Process: Raymond De Felitta Talks Collaboration & Documentary vs Narrative

The director of Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story talks about the collaborative process of making a documentary film, and offers advice to aspiring filmmakers: just do it.

During our trip to LA this past March for our Tribeca 2012 launch event, we sat down with director Raymond De Felitta (City Island, TFF 2009) to talk about his new film BOOKER'S PLACE: A MISSISSIPPI STORY, which premieres today at the Festival. 

In this interview, the first in a series of dicussions with 2012 Festival filmmakers, De Felitta discusses the documentary process in general, and in particular how it relates to his new film. We'll be releasing more interviews throughout the week to come, so make sure to stay tuned.

Tickets are still available to see Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story at screenings on Thursday (4/26) and Saturday (4/28), and you can also watch it in theaters and on VOD  via Tribeca Film beginning April 26.

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