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  1. Hey Filmmakers - The LINCS Deadline is on June 18th

    May 27, 2010

    Hey filmmakers — the LINCS deadline is on June 18, so if you haven't already contacted a potential station partner, now is the time to do so. Do you have questions about LINCS funding and how to successfully partner with a public television station? Recently ITVS Director of Programming Erica Deiparine-Sugars and LINCS Production Manager Robby Fahey

  2. Looking for Film Funding? The New ITVS.org is for You!

    May 18, 2010

    If you’re a filmmaker, we’d like to thank you — you’re the reason we exist. After all, ITVS was created by indie filmmakers. The biggest hurdle for any independent filmmaker, as you well know, is financing your project. If you're looking for funding, the current state of the world can seem bleak and confusing. But fear not! The funding section on our new

  3. Encore Presentation of Between the Folds Tonight on Independent Lens on PBS

    March 9, 2010

    “For folks interested in the intersection of arts and science, the PBS series Independent Lens is presenting a fascinating in-depth look into origami titled Between the Folds.” - Make Magazine It's National Youth Art Month, and tonight Independent Lens is celebrating with a special encore presentation of Between the Folds –– a film that will make you look

  4. Keith Maitland at KLRU's Texas Independents' Day

    March 4, 2010

    Earlier this week, PBS affiliate KLRU in Austin, Texas, commemorated Texas Independents’ Day by celebrating the work of three local filmmakers whose work will appear on this season of Independent Lens. Learn more about the event from Keith Maitland, filmmaker of The Eyes of Me.Last night, nearly 200 people gathered in a dark room to share an hour-long look

  5. Shukree Tilghman: The End of Black History Month

    February 19, 2010

    ITVS offers viewers the opportunity to explore the rich and vibrant history and cultural contributions of African Americans throughout the year, but this month we're offering a special slate of new and encore programs in honor of Black History Month. We recently asked Shukree Tilghman, filmmaker of the ITVS-funded film More Than A Month, to share his