February 14, 2023 The Alliance to Provide Training and Development to Nonprofit and Employee Participants in NBCUniversal’s Creative Impact Lab New York, NY — February...
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At Sundance 2023, Corporate Docs Nab the Spotlight, But Bold Independent Nonfiction Shines
Nowhere is the commercialization of the nonfiction field seemingly more apparent than at the Sundance Film Festival.
Arts2Work National Apprentice Week Activities
JOIN ARTS2WORK NOVEMBER 14 – 18 FOR CREATIVE CONVERSATIONS, FILM SCREENINGS AND WORKSHOPS HIGHLIGHTING THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF CREATIVE WORKERS, ARTS2WORK APPRENTICES and the COMMUNITIES and...
Filmmaker Magazine 25 New Faces of Independent Film Xenia Matthews
reprinted from Filmmaker Magazine Before she even had the words for it, Xenia Matthews was making art in her grandmother’s garden in...
Youth FX fosters the next generation of filmmakers through new fellowship program
When the intimate filmed portraits of grief, faith, childhood, survival, art and transgender life debuted at Landmark Spectrum Theater in Albany earlier this year, the 11 young Capital Region artists who created the documentaries saw their publicly screened work as a reassurance they were filmmakers.
Future World-building Depends on Artists and Collaborative Networks
by Kamal Sinclair | republished from NEA Since the dawn of the Enlightenment Age, when hyper-specialization began in a rapidly industrializing world and identities such...
This new XR Gallery was creatively conceived by US-based Alliance for Media Arts + Culture, who received an EPIC Megagrant to support the design and development.
The Alliance welcomes A24’s Natalie Teter and Zach Vargas-Sullivan for a conversation about building the creative career of your dreams.
The Alliance welcomes A24’s Natalie Teter and Zach Vargas-Sullivan for a conversation about building the creative career of your dreams. Fri, June 24, 2022 11:00...
Roger Ross William’s One Story Up Is A Powerhouse Production Company Giving Hope To BIPOC Talent — Deadline Disruptors
A few years ago, as filmmaker Roger Ross Williams contemplated founding his own production company, he experienced a Field of Dreams kind of vision: “If you build it, they will come.”