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Former Philadelphian Mark Webber discusses his new Sundance flick

Mark Webber talks new Sundance film "The End of Love."

Former Philadelphian Mark Webber discusses his new Sundance flick

 

Mark Webber, former Philadelphian and son of activist Cheri Honkala, will premiere his second film "The End of Love" at the Sundance Film Festival in January. Below, he gives his first onscreen interview about "The End of Love," discussing the plot and how hard it is to finance independent film. 

Webber, whose first film "Explicit Ills" featured Black Thought from the Roots, is not the only Philadelphian in competion for Sundance honors. Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim (from Adult Swim's "Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!") star in "The Comedy," and documentarians Sheena M. Joyce and Don Argott (of previous Sundance hits "Rock School" and "The Art of the Steal") bring "The Atomic States of America."

Molly Eichel Daily News Staff Writer
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