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  1. Feedback from a SXSW Rookie

    March 20, 2012

    The South by Southwest (SXSW) Conferences & Festivals (March 9-18, 2012) offer the unique convergence of original music, independent films, and emerging technologies.  As the line between film and digital projects continues to blur, it makes perfect sense that the Interactive and Film portions of SXSW run concurrently (along with ScreenBurn-

  2. ITVS Attends MEG 2012 in Göteborg, Sweden

    March 13, 2012

     ITVS held court at the inaugural MEG 2012 conference, an event focused on creative approaches to content development, journalism, and entertainment. On March 8th and 9th, I attended a new conference: Mediedagarna i Göteborg (Media Days Göteborg) or "MEG" for short. MEG was designed to attract media professionals from television, newspaper,

  3. A Storified Account of Women and Girls Lead in Action

    March 8, 2012

    ITVS and CARE presented a powerful screening of Pray the Devil Back to Hell on Wednesday night in Washington D.C. and via Livestream. ITVS's Rebecca Huval combed through the tweets and online chatter to provide this storified account, which you can find after the jump.[<a

  4. CARE & ITVS Present: Pray the Devil Back to Hell

    March 5, 2012

    Women and Girls Lead and CARE are partnering for a special live online screening of the PBS documentary Pray the Devil Back to Hell (part of the recent Women War & Peace series), followed by a live panel discussion with Executive Producer Abigail Disney, PBS CEO Paula Kerger, and CARE President Helene Gayle. The event will take place on the eve of

  5. Filmmakers of "The House I Live In" Respond to Sundance Premiere

    January 27, 2012

    The House I Live In premiered last weekend at the Sundance Film Festival. The film weaves together director Eugene Jarecki's personal narrative with America's war on drugs. Here, producers including Sam Cullman, Melinda Shopsin, Danny Glover, and director Eugene Jarecki — reflect on the film and its Sundance premiere.