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  1. Registration Open for the 2009 Robert Flaherty Film Seminar

    March 25, 2009

    The Robert Flaherty Film Seminar is regarded as one of the premier experiences for international documentary exploration. Film aficionados and filmmakers are immersed in days of screenings and in-depth discussions. This year's seminar will take place at Colgate University from June 20–26 and is open to all artists, practitioners, students and

  2. One Water Project Launches on World Water Day

    March 20, 2009

    Did you know one in eight people worldwide lack access to clean water, and that water-related illnesses account for the deaths of 5,000 children every day? Now is a great time to learn more about this critical issue. March 22 is World Water Day, an international celebration of fresh water, organized annually by the United Nations to call attention to water

  3. ITVS Hosts Diversity Development Fund Workshop

    March 6, 2009

    For this first time, ITVS invited Diversity Development Fund (DDF) recipients to the office in San Francisco for a special workshop with filmmaker mentors. Alex Zacarias was there to describe firsthand his experience. Earlier this week, I participated in the first Diversity Development Fund (DDF) workshop, which took place at ITVS in San Francisco.

  4. ITVS Executive Vice President and CFO Judy Tam Discusses INPUT

    March 4, 2009

    The International Public Television Screening Conference (INPUT) was created to promote the exchange of television programs, ideas, and production techniques among broadcasters around the world. This year, ITVS programs CHICAGO 10, by Brett Morgen, and OPERATION FILMMAKER, by Nina Davenport, are Official Selections. Read the Q&A below with

  5. “Media as a Global Diplomat” Videos and Recap

    February 27, 2009

    With a new administration in office, improving the U.S. image abroad and creating more opportunities for Americans to connect with people around the world through new technologies have taken on greater urgency in American foreign policy. President Barack Obama’s debut TV interview was with the Arab TV network Al-Arabiya. Secretary of State Hillary