Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Filmmaker Residency Program - Deadline Approaching

Working Films is once again sponsoring their Content + Intent Documentary Institute, which allows filmmakers a chance to develop outreach plans for their projects.

(Wilmington, NC. December 18, 2007) – It’s that time of year again! Working Films is accepting applications for its five-day residency for documentary filmmakers at MASS MoCA. The residency, which is called the Content + Intent Documentary Institute, willtake place March 12-16, 2008 in North Adams, MA. The application deadline is January 25, 2008.

Ensuring that a film’s release has an impact is as important as its production. The Content + Intent Documentary Institute will guide approximately ten filmmakers and advanced film students through the development of outreach plans for their film projects. Linking the documentaries-in-progress to organizations committed to progressive social change will be a key component of the Institute. Participants will create an audience engagement plan for their films, identify community partners, and develop support materials, including effective timelines, budgets, and implementation strategies. Working Films will offer insight on the development of web sites, fundraising tactics and press strategies.

Working Films will announce accepted applicants on February 7, 2008.


Working Films

602 South Fifth Avenue

Wilmington, NC 28401

(910) 342-9000

Fax: (910) 342-9003

www.workingfilms.org



Working Films advances social, economic, environmental and racial justice by linking independent non-fiction media to activism.


To learn more visit their website here.

2 comments:

Working Films said...

We are now accepting applications for the 2009 Filmmakers Residency at MASS MoCA: http://workingfilms.org/article.php?id=61

nisar said...

i would like to know the details of th 2009 program. Can i apply from Pakistan for this program. Please help me in this reguard

nisar

Pakistan