The deadline for ITVS's biggest funding opportunity, Open Call, is in two weeks on Friday, July 29. Last month, we announced our new digital application process, but it's worth reiterating some main points to help you on your way. Read on...
1. Read the How To Apply page. Some requirements have changed, particularly regarding previous work samples and the work-in-progress.
2. Create an account. You can do this any time, and complete the application over the next two weeks. We encourage you to start the process early. You can save your progress and return any time up to the deadline.
3. Once you have an account and have logged in, complete your application form for Open Call. This is mostly the same as previous rounds, with the exception of a page where you will upload all your materials.
4. Upload your materials. This includes your treatment, resumes, work sample descriptions, etc. It also includes your work-in-progress. We have created a Video Compression Guidelines page to help you.
That's it! All you need to do now is tell us a good story. Easy, right?
If you have any questions about this new process, you should contact our Programming Coordinator Jonathan_Archer@itvs.org
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