Best Collective Film Effort 

Brent Stewart/Michael Carter/James Clauer

They're all friends, they're all from Nashville, they've all worked with Harmony Korine, and they've all demonstrated their talent over the years with a variety of short films. Now they're all pooling their talents to work on each other's feature projects, at a planned rate of one per quarter. And they're doing it without funding, stars, or any of the excuses people use to explain why they can't make their films. First up is Stewart's drama The Colonel's Daughter, already completed and getting submitted to festivals; Clauer has a script ready to shoot, and Carter has his own long-gestating project. And then there's Carter's son Jeremiah... JIM RIDLEY

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