LEF is excited to have been a sponsor of the International Documentary Association‘s Getting Real Conference back in September 2018, and over the next several months, LEF Program
LEF is excited to have been a sponsor of the International Documentary Association’s Getting Real Conference back in September 2018, and over the next several months, LEF Program Officer Gen Carmel will be sharing her notes on several of the more resource-rich panels she attended at the conference.
Last week, LEF Executive Director Lyda Kuth visited DuArt, the film lab and post production house in NYC that has long been the go-to place for generations of American independent filmmakers.
Looking for the ideal filmmaker residency program? Whether the opportunity you’re seeking is urban or rural, international or just the town over, unfunded or all-expenses-paid, where should one begin to look? LEF highlights a few helpful residency listing sites, each offering a number of opportunities for documentary filmmakers at any stage of the production process.
Join the LEF Foundation team on December 9 for a grant workshop hosted by the Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
This November, LEF comes to Providence for a grant workshop designed for prospective applicants to the Moving Image Fund. LEF’s next Moving Image Fund deadline is January 23.
A few weeks ago, LEF Program Assistant Gen Carmel sat down with David Hartman, Program Director of the Massachusetts Production Coalition (MPC), who shared details on the unique opportunities for Bay State filmmakers that have appeared since the MPC was created in 2005.
Join the LEF Foundation team on December 11 at 6:30PM for a free grant workshop hosted by the Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
Join the LEF Foundation team on October 15 for a free grant workshop hosted by the Main Street Museum in White River Junction, Vermont.
Just two short weeks ago, I found myself in Park City, UT; an extremely fortunate and grateful fellow attending the Sundance Creative Producing Lab & Summit. Sundance is supporting a film I’m producing called STREET FIGHTING MAN
Our friends at the Camden International Film Festival have partnered with the New York Times to create the first Op-Docs pitch event in North America. Documentary filmmakers from the United States are invited to submit their ideas for short documentaries that fit the editorial and creative scope of the New York Times Op-Docs series. View the films at NYTimes.com/OpDocs. The deadline for entries is Friday, August 9, 2013 at 11:59pm EST.
Independent filmmakers looking for ways to get their content both monetized and in the hands of audiences, Vimeo has just the thing for you!