Jeff Lipsky

Film director, marketer and distributor

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30-year veteran in the independent-film world of marketing, acquisitions and distribution, including tenure at New Yorker Films, Samuel Goldwyn Films, and Skouras Pictures; founder of Lot 47 and October Films; director of Flannel Pajamas

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