Deadline for ITVS International Call on Dec. 9, 2011

Posted on October 17, 2011

ITVS International Call promotes the exchange of compelling documentary films between the United States and other nations, going beyond stereotypes and headline news.

 

ITVS International enables independent producers from outside the United States to create documentaries for U.S. television. Through International Call, global storytellers introduce U.S. audiences to their world, their neighbors, opening a window into unfamiliar lives, experiences and perspectives. 

International Call provides production and/or post-production funds for single non-fiction television documentaries that bring international perspectives, ideas, stories and people to a U.S. audience. This initiative is for non-U.S. producers and filmmakers who live outside the U.S. Please note: ITVS International Call 2012 will be an all digital submissions process. For more information about guidelines, eligibility and how to submit, please visit www.itvs.org/funding/international

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