Small Screen Opportunities for Non-Fiction Storytellers

Thursday February 21st, 2013 7:00 PM

DCTV (87 Lafayette Street, NYC)

Presented in partnership with DCTV & the New York Television Festival

Free to IFP members at the Individual level or higher.

Email dschoenbrun@ifp.org to RSVP.

IFP, DCTV and the New York Television Festival (NYTVF) have teamed for a special event highlighting small screen opportunities for doc and non-fiction filmmakers. As the television and digital landscapes continue to expand and the demand for talented multi-medium storytellers reaches an all-time high, this discussion will aim to provide insight on the buyers, the players, the rules of the game, and, most importantly, how non-fiction filmmakers can successfully navigate the terrain.

Panelists

Jule Anderson // Executive Producer,  Documentaries and Development, Channel Thirteen

Marco Bresaz // Vice President, Original Programming & Development, Sundance Channel

Banks Tarver // Co-Founder/Co-President, Left/Right Productions

Moderator

Milton Tabbot // Senior Director of Programming, IFP

Which of these emerging industry trends do you find most exciting for indie filmmakers?

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