Ford Lincoln to Collaborate for Film Project

The Lincoln Motor Company announces a collaboration with Vanity Fair and Film Independent to celebrate The Lincoln Reimagine Project.

The project involves creating a series of original short films reimagining the classic Hollywood themes of screwball comedy, ’70s road heist and thriller-noir.

The mission of The Lincoln Reimagine Project is to collaborate with, sponsor and support culturally progressive individuals and their vision for making the old new again through a celebration of all things reinvented.

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Custom content was written and directed by emerging filmmakers Dana Turken, Jacob Hatley and Nick Citton and David Ariniello, all of whom are Film Independent Fellows – alumni of the nonprofit independent film organization’s Artist Development Programs.

The filmmakers received advice and mentorship from film writer, director and producer Rodrigo García.

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The series was unveiled at a special screening event with The Lincoln Motor Company, Vanity Fair and Film Independent in Los Angeles on Tuesday, Sept. 10. It will premiere on Lincoln’s Website, today, Sept. 11.

Lincoln is the luxury automotive brand of Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F).

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Rakesh Raman