Next on BTB Live: All About International Call

Posted on November 22, 2010
ATTENTION all non-U.S. filmmakers, the new International Call deadline of December 10, 2010 is quickly approaching. Join us this Wednesday November 24 for a live chat here at 5 AM Pacific Standard Time. ITVS Programming Manager Cynthia Kane will be taking your questions so be sure and find out what time the chat is for you. All questions are welcome on the application process; tips on writing a compelling treatment; what ITVS staff is looking for; what we want in a work-in-progress; what happens if you’re funded; and so forth. Get your questions ready and log on to ask Cynthia about the International Call process. (The blog page will be live a few hours before the chat.) About the International Call: 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. Find out how to apply and join our International Filmmaker Networking Group on Facebook.

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