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  1. Recently Funded by ITVS

    November 2, 2009

    ITVS funds, distributes and promotes new programs produced by independent producers primarily for public television and beyond. We’re proud to announce the latest projects recently funded by ITVS. We look forward to working with each of the filmmakers to support their broadcast and continued effort to bring a diversity of programming to viewers.

  2. Spooky Indie Films to Watch this Halloween

    October 30, 2009

    There are many reasons to love Halloween: free candy, pumpkin carving and maybe best of all––scary movies. Check out some of our favorite spooky video shorts below. PIN POINT (TRT 3:43) When an evil orphanage caretaker tries to poison the children, a little girl takes matters into her own hands... THE FURNITURE (TRT: 2:23) Short, sweet, dark and

  3. U.S. INPUT 2010 Call for Entries, Deadline Nov. 6

    October 14, 2009

    The International Public Television Screening Conference (INPUT) is a global, voluntary organization set up by television professionals for television professionals––centered around an annual screening conference. INPUT 2010 will be held in Budapest, Hungary, May 8-12. The aim is to showcase, inspire and lead television programs in the public

  4. Cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond Honored at Independent Lens Season Launch Party

    October 7, 2009

    Last night, over 250 people gathered at the Thompson Hotel in Beverly Hills to celebrate the season launch of Independent Lens, which premieres October 13 on PBS with host Maggie Gyllenhaal. This year’s Independent Lens Vanguard Award was presented to renowned cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond for his distinguished career as featured in the upcoming

  5. Live Streaming Webcast: Media as a Global Diplomat II: New Findings on the Science of Media and Conflict

    September 30, 2009

    Last February, ITVS co-hosted a media leadership summit with the U.S. Institute of Peace at the Newseum in Washington, DC. A constellation of luminaries from the field, capped by distinguished veteran journalist and moderator Ted Koppel, developed recommendations to the new administration about the role of media in public diplomacy. Continuing the