Film Artists Network (F.A.N.) truly independent cinema is the best-kept secret in the motion picture industry. As a worldwide membership organization of talented filmmakers, it is also an innovator of projects and programs devoted to developing, promoting and supporting Independent filmmaking.
F.A.N. was formed in the fall of 1988, when six filmmakers came together with a shared belief that the best screenplay ever written had not been produced; the best film ever shot had not been distributed. They formed a new organization whose goal was to utilize each individual’s abilities, expertise and drive to create quality, character-driven motion picture and video projects that move audiences and create critical and marketplace success for F.A.N. members. The original founders also understood that filmmaking is a collaborative medium unlike painting or sculpture; that success demands working together like a team and caring for each other like a family. The tradition continues today.
Chris Piiliczer is the founder of F.A.N. and has produced several motion pictures and Television specials: (2008) Vale End Hauntings, (2007) Eamons Road, (2005) Opposites Attract, (2004) This Funny Feeling, (2003) The Shadow of a Legend, (2002) Jesse & Jessie, (2001) Are You a Serial Killer, (2000) One Hell of a Day, (1999) Naomi’s Web and Marty and Virginia, and (1997) Irish Whisky.
For More information, please contact Chris Pilliczar, Executive Vice President (818) 344-0569, P.O. Box 93032, Hollywood, CA 90093 or P.O. Box 323 Canoga Park, CA 91305, e: firstname.lastname@example.org, and Filmartistnetwork.com.