A blog project of Tribeca Film Institute


I’m getting this out to you a bit late to submit, but another great initiative using film to engage the delegates at the Democractic National Convention. From the website (where you can watch submissions thus far…):
Cinemocracy is a platform for commentary and inspiration for citizen reporters, activists and filmmakers. Free to enter, free to view […]

Impact Film Festival Slate

There are some really exciting film events being planned around the national political conventions! Yesterday the Impact Film Festival announced their line-up of films. About the festival (from the website):
Impact Film Festival is a four-day event held during the 2008 Democratic and Republican Conventions in Denver and Minneapolis. IFF will showcase two to three socially-themed […]

I was in the fray of this topic around this time last year (wow!). I’m surprised it has taken this long, but good news for independent filmmakers looking to film in New York City:
Commissioner Katherine Oliver of the Mayor’s Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting (MOFTB) today announced the adoption of rules governing the issuance […]

Cinéma Prospérité

Let’s not profile the people who are struggling to make their way in the world, but instead, turn our lens on the people who are figuring out how to make money off of curing those problems! Ok, sorry, yes, I’m a bit cynical on this one, but I do recognize the importance of highlighting innovative […]

What an awesome job in exhibition! Application deadline is August 15. Get on it:
Northwest Film Forum in Seattle seeks an Executive Director to pilot the thriving, growing non-profit film arts organization. The Executive Director takes the lead in shaping the vision of the organization, oversees all of Northwest Film Forum’s operations, spearheads development and fundraising […]

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