Lloyd Kaufman

Co-founder, Troma Studios

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Writer, director, producer and co-founder of Troma Studios, one of the oldest indie companies in existence and a purveyor of wonderful schlock, his latest film is Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead. Chairman of the Independent Film and Television Alliance, which holds the annual American Film Market international sales fest for indie movies and TV, he's also written a new book, Produce Your Own Damn Movie!

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