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  1. Geneva Forum on Social Change 2010

    June 11, 2010

    The Geneva Forum on Social Change (GFSC) was established in January 2009 by students of the International Organizations MBA Programme at the University of Geneva as an annual event which uses the power of documentary media to promote positive social change. Prominent filmmakers, academics and professionals lead stimulating discussions about the most

  2. Reflections From the Sundance Film Festival

    January 28, 2010

    The Sundance Film Festival, held annually in Park City, Utah, is one of the largest and most prominent festivals for independent filmmakers. This year, three ITVS films made their world premiere at the festival, which brings the total number of ITVS funded films that have screened at Sundance to 69 since we first attended in 1994. Lois Vossen, ITVS vice

  3. At the Greenhouse Seminar in Izmir, Turkey with ITVS Vice President of Programming Claire Aguilar

    December 17, 2009

    Greenhouse is a professional initiative devoted to the development of documentaries across the Mediterranean region. It seeks to build a multi-cultural dialogue, promoting the creation of professional and personal ties between filmmakers and the international market, while training the next generation of Mediterranean documentary

  4. At AFI Digifest with Programming Manager Karim Ahmad

    November 11, 2009

    Last week, on the heels of the announcement about FUTURESTATES, a new online fictional series by ITVS, I had the pleasure of previewing the series and one of its key distribution and promotional tools at this year’s AFI Digifest. This was part of AFI’s Digital Content Lab, an incubation program where content makers and technical innovators collaborate to

  5. Filmmaker Christen Marquez at the Pacific X-Change Conference

    August 31, 2009

    ITVS and Pacific Islanders In Communications recently hosted the Pacific X-change conference, an educational two-day workshop held in Waikiki, Hawaii. Find out what the experience was like for independent documentary filmmaker Christen Marquez who was one of 19 selected to attend.Every time I return to Hawai‘i, I am grateful to see my Mom, spend time