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  1. Applying for Federal COVID-19 Relief as a Filmmaker - Webinar Recordings, Related Resources and FAQ

    April 2, 2020

    Hour-long webinar to learn the basics of applying for the various Small Business Administration relief programs.

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    Filmmakers Provide Insight on Taking Risks at Winter 2020 Independents Summit

    March 2, 2020

    What risks are worth taking? Last week, at the ITVS Independents Winter Summit, storytellers and thought leaders came together from all over the country, and beyond, to explore the inherent risks and pressures facing the documentary industry. It was a support group, a safe space, an information-gathering marathon and a networking event all at once.We

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    Exploring the Risks Worth Taking at ITVS Independents Summit Winter 2020

    February 6, 2020

    ITVS Independents Summit is week-long convening for storytellers and thought leaders to explore the inherent risks and pressures facing the documentary industry.

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    Jon Olshefski's Fire for QUEST

    January 23, 2020

    Jonathan Olshefski’s ITVS-supported QUEST (Open Call, 2015) follows Christopher “Quest” Rainey, Christine’a “Ma” Rainey, their daughter PJ, and Christine’a’s older son William over almost a decade in North Philadelphia. Deeply intimate, the film begins by focusing on the family’s involvement in their community—Quest’s name comes from his rap

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    Jenny Murray Amplifies the Untold Stories of the Women in the Sandinistas Revolution

    January 13, 2020

    The women combatants of the Sandinistas are some of the most compelling feminist leaders of all time, yet their story has mostly been erased from history. Their contributions to the revolution helped Nicaraguan women achieve equality and higher standards of living, only to see their party turn its back on women altogether. We spoke with director Jenny