Ask the Expert: Writing the ITVS Treatment

Posted on July 14, 2014

Programming Manager N’Jeri Eaton hosted an informative webinar last week, reviewing the new Open Call submission process and providing insight into writing the ITVS treatment. This archived webinar is available for those who were unable to attend or are looking to brush up on their treatment knowledge. 

Writing the ITVS Treatment was the first in a series of webinars ITVS is hosting in an effort to provide more resources for filmmakers applying to Open Call. The following weekly webinars will be held in the lead up to this year's deadline: July 17, 2014,  Work-in-Progresses That Work Webinar (read the transcript hereJuly 24, 2014 ITVS Budgeting Basics Webinar (read our recap hereJuly 31, 2014 Open Call Live Chat Please note, ITVS will be accepting Open Call applications through Friday, August 8, 2014. 

For more information about the Open Call initiative or ITVS funding in general, please go to the updated funding pages on our website. And stay tuned to our blog, Twitter and Facebook!

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