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John Hibey (producer/co-writer Fishing Without Nets) writes about his and Cutter Hodierne's (director/co-writer Fishing Without Nets) experiences in Kenya, producing the short film Fishing Without Nets, and their experiences after their acceptance to the Sundance Film Festival. Hodierne and Hibey have been producing together for many years, and in the process of researching a feature length film about Somali pirates, moved to Kenya to produce a short.

Blog Entries by John Hibey

The Sundance Diaries: Buzz Is All Good, Until You Get Arrested

Posted February 16, 2012 | 02/16/12 12:09 PM ET

Downtown Park City is small. The topic of conversation was all movies this past week, and the word spreads fast. Who's playing well, who's selling? They say, the buzz can make or break your movie, and pack the house. We heard arguments about ticketing outside of a full screening even...

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The Sundance Diaries: Somehow, I'd Become The Film Set Drug Dealer

1 Comments | Posted January 20, 2012 | 01/20/12 09:31 PM ET

This is one in a series of posts for HuffPost Culture's "The Sundance Diaries," a month-long multimedia diary kept by the international filmmakers whose 64 short films were selected for the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.

In the days after Sundance's announcement that Fishing Without Nets was accepted, one...

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The Sundance Diaries: Method Acting In Somalia

4 Comments | Posted January 12, 2012 | 01/12/12 11:25 PM ET

This is one in a series of posts for the HuffPost Culture series "The Sundance Diaries," a month-long diary kept by the international filmmakers whose 64 short films were selected for the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.

We were drafting our first pages of a Somali pirate feature in...

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