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  1. Filmmakers Shed Light on International Call

    December 7, 2011

    ITVS's International Call deadline falls on Friday, December 9. For more than a month, BTB has profiled previous recipients of the funding to shed light on the process. Watch their videos, conducted via Skpye from Chile to Madrid, after the jump.  

  2. Six ITVS Documentaries to Screen in Competition at Sundance 2012

    November 30, 2011

    On Wednesday, ITVS welcomed the announcement that six of its funded films have been selected to screen in competition at the upcoming 2012 Sundance Film Festival (January 19-29). ITVS domestic co-productions claimed four of the 16 spots in this year’s U.S. Documentary competition and two of the 12 spots in the World Documentary competition. There could

  3. ITVS International Call Profile: Qi Zhou

    November 23, 2011

    The ITVS International Call deadline is quickly approaching on December 9, 2011. Leading up to the date, BTB has profiled several international filmmakers who have received ITVS support. This week, we get to know filmmaker Qi Zhou, who received funding for his documentary Fallen City. The filmmaker joined us via Skype (forgive the quality) from

  4. International Call Profile: Ritu Sarin & Tenzin Sonam

    November 7, 2011

    The ITVS International Call deadline is quickly approaching on December 9, 2011. Until then, BTB will be profiling several international filmmakers who have received ITVS support. This week, we get to know filmmakers Ritu Sarin and Tenzin Sonam, who received funding for their documentary When Hari Got Married. The filmmakers joined us via Skype

  5. ITVS International Call Profile: Kaspar Astrup Schroder

    October 26, 2011

    This year's ITVS International Call deadline is approaching on December 9, 2011. Leading up to the date, BTB will rollout several interviews with international filmmakers who have received ITVS support. Up first is Kaspar Astrup Schroder, who received funding for his documentary I Want to Cheer Up Ltd. The filmmaker joined us via Skype (forgive the