‘The Space Between’ Is Indiewire’s Project of the Year

For the last three years we've sat back and waited on the amazing projects Indiewire delivers us monthly for consultation; their reward for winning IW's Project of the Month. Then, leading up to the Tribeca Film Festival, those monthly winners vie for the title of Project of the Year. The latest has been decided: Amy Jo Johnson's The Space Between.

Here's what the film is about, via Indiewire:

The Space Between is a quirky, heartfelt comedy about a proud new daddy who sets out on a hilarious yet earnest journey to find his child's biological father after discovering his wife took his infertility into her own hands.

The Space Between will attend the TFI Filmmaker and Industry meetings (aka, TFI Network) during the Tribeca Film Festival, where the filmmakers will take one-on-one meetings with industry members.

We look forward to having Johnson and her The Space Between team there.

The Tribeca Film Festival takes place April 15-26. Stay turned to our blog for all the TFI events during the fest.