We’re used to seeing home movie footage, or faked home movie footage, used in all kinds of movies…
Part 2 – Financing and Distribution lessons from IFW
Part 1: Camden International Film Festival: Points North and Pitching
Hopefully soon we’ll have some updates from the Camden International Film Festival (happening now!) and IFP week, but like so many falling autumn leaves, there are lots of October events to keep track of:
Tribeca Film Institute announces new fund for character-driven documentaries, presented by HBO…
The consultation deadline for their November round is tomorrow, but check out the Mass Humanities Project Grants., at least for future reference.
It’s September already. If you haven’t had the chance to get to a Docyard screening at the Brattle this past summer, the last film is Lixin Fan’s Last Train Home on Monday, 13 September.
When you don’t have access to a TV, you miss out on a few things…
LEF’s next deadline is coming up – New England filmmakers put your best feet forward.
Documentary work comes in all forms. At LEF, we focus on the long-format documentary film; however we appreciate the genre for all the ways artists help us to understand, capture, and question the real.
It’s already time to start thinking about the fall film festivals and your hit list of “must attends,” ESPECIALLY for New England filmmakers, should include the Camden International Film Festival (CIFF) taking place Sept. 30th through Oct. 3rd!
Update: 2010 Flaherty Film Seminar