Applications for IFP Film Week will open in March 2017.
About No Borders
The newly-revamped No Borders program offers both narrative feature filmmakers and series creators the opportunity to attend Film Week and meet with various members of industry in an effort to help move their projects forward, broaden their networks, and find a level of career sustainability.
Past alumni of Narrative programs at Independent Film Week include:
Geremy Jasper’s Patti Cake$, David Lowery’s Ain’t Them Bodies Saints, Benh Zeitlin’s Beasts of the Southern Wild, Ciro Guerra’s Embrace of the Serpent, Rama Burshtein’s Fill the Void, Matthew Brown’s The Man Who Knew Infinity, Miranda July’s Me and You and Everyone We Know, Dee Rees’ Pariah, Gillian Robepierre’s Obvious Child, Destin Daniel Cretton’s Short Term 12, Chloé Zhao’s Songs My Brothers Taught Me, and Robert Eggers’ The Witch.
The No Borders program consists of these specific sub-sections:
Narrative Programs at Film Week
Around the world, IFP has partnerships with key support organizations and funding bodies that provide the most exciting international projects the opportunity to seek out the resources and connections the Project Forum can provide. Non-U.S. applicants to the Project Forum may only submit via these partners. Our 2016 Presenting Partners are:
Berlinale Co-Production Market
CineLink – Sarajevo Film Festival
CineMart – International Film Festival Rotterdam
CoPro – The Israel Documentary Screen Market
French in Motion / UniFrance
Frontières International Co-Production Market
International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam – IDFA
Istanbul – Meetings on the Bridge
Israel Film Fund
Los Cabos International Film Festival
National Film and Video Foundation of South Africa
NFDC Cinemas of India/Goa Film Bazaar
Sheffield Doc/Fest & MeetMarket
Sofia Independent Film Festival
Venice Biennale College – Cinema