Tuesday, September 15, 2009
P.O.V.'s Yance Ford talks with Independent Film Week programmer extraordinaire Milton Tabbot
Milton Tabbot, who started at IFP as a volunteer in 1995 (that is almost a quarter of a century ago, for those who are counting), is a stable of IFP and in particular, Independent Film Week. As the Senior Programmer, he meticulously and carefully views hundreds of submissions a year. Here, P.O.V.'s Yance Ford, a documentary film programming powerhouse herself, talks to Milton about IFP's evolution, Conference panel picks, and the future of IFP sans fearless leader Michelle Byrd.