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  1. Hacking Story at ITVS

    April 16, 2014

    ITVS recently hosted four producer teams who were greenlit by the organization’s newly developed ITVS Storylab initiative. These producer teams met with ITVS staff and external mentors to gain intensive consultation in the areas of story development, user experience mechanics, and producing multi-platform content.

  2. #ITVSSXSW: A Preview

    March 6, 2014

    ITVS is packing up and heading out to Austin for what is going to be our busiest and most memorable SXSW yet! We’ll be in the Lone Star state on Thursday to meet with filmmakers, innovators, and storytellers, as well as eat some BBQ… lots and lots of BBQ. If you have a film or interactive badge, you won’t want to miss the first of our Saturday panels, “New

  3. Fundraising in a New Media Landscape: Three Lessons From Sundance

    February 4, 2014

    This year, three ITVS-supported films premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. Filmmaker Thomas Allen Harris showcased both his feature film and transmedia project as a part of New Frontier, a program that showcases multi-media storytelling. These projects inspired ITVS to create a panel focusing on the challenges of fundraising for documentary

  4. Vote for ITVS with the SXSW Panel Picker!

    August 30, 2013

    Public voting for SXSW Interactive 2014 is well underway. Check out ITVS's two panel proposals and vote for your favorites - hurry, voting closes September 6th! ITVS is proud to to be part of two proposed panel discussions for next year's SXSW festival in Austin. We may be biased but we think both our panels are very worthy of inclusion in SXSW programming,

  5. ITVS Backs Award at the 2013 Pixel Market

    July 25, 2013

    ITVS and Power to the Pixel (PttP) announce the ITVS Impact Pixel Market prize for the best social impact project.ITVS is excited to partner with this year’s Pixel Market in launching a new award for the best social impact project. Over $4,500 (£3,000) in development funding will be awarded to the winning fiction or non-fiction project that makes a