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, www.hello-again.com today, Sept. 11.

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

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Rakesh Raman