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  1. Use Films to Organize and Engage Your Community

    May 21, 2010

    Can a film change the world if everyone just sits on their sofas and watches it, and then goes to bed? OK, sure, films can change minds and inform, but at ITVS, our goal is to leverage great films to engage and activate communities. The whole idea is to create a conversation — from the local town hall to the halls of justice around the world. If you work for a

  2. Hey Teachers! You’ll Dig This

    May 13, 2010

    If you’re a teacher, we know times are tough. You are struggling to enrich your classroom, but beset on all sides by budget cuts, growing class sizes, and a dearth of basic supplies. Fear not – the new ITVS.org will help you find free (yes free) standards-based resources for your classroom that will engage and inform your students in new and innovative

  3. ITVS Board Elects Three New Members

    March 1, 2010

    Today, ITVS announced three new members would be joining its board of directors -- Lisa Cortés, Cheryl Head, and Malinda Maynor Lowery. “We are honored to have these very talented individuals, all tremendous experts in their fields, on our board,” said Sally Jo Fifer, ITVS president and CEO. “All three bring a strong commitment to ITVS’s mission of serving

  4. Stay Connected with ITVS for the Latest on Indie Film

    February 11, 2010

    Are you a big fan of Beyond the Box blog? Since launching a year ago, we’ve brought you regular updates about ITVS productions, funding opportunities, highlighted news articles, streaming video and audio, as well as announcements about upcoming projects and film events. Don’t miss out on any of our daily updates by subscribing to our daily RSS feed. Sign up

  5. ITVS Staffer Reflects on the Earthquake in Haiti

    February 9, 2010

    Nearly a month ago, Haiti experienced its strongest earthquake in more than two centuries, which caused massive destruction and left hundreds of thousands homeless and an estimated 200,000 dead. ITVS’s Voleine Amilcar, a Haitian American, was at the Television Critics Association Press Tour in Los Angeles when the earthquake struck. Read her personal