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  1. Several ITVS Films Nominated for IDA Awards

    October 29, 2010

    Nominees for the 2010 IDA Documentary Awards were announced this week, with many of the year’s most buzzed-about titles and festival favorites making the list. Several ITVS films were nominated, including a handful from Independent Lens. Winners will be announced on December 3 at the Directors Guild Theater in Los Angeles in a ceremony hosted by

  2. Lessons From The Lab: Art & Copy in Review

    October 27, 2010

    As more and more Independent Lens films become available on iTunes we wanted to share with viewers how those projects are performing online. Indies Lab Director Davin Hutchins, pulls back the curtain on the successes behind the documentary Art & Copy. One of the more notable documentaries in our stable of IndiesLab films is Art & Copy, which

  3. Several ITVS Films to Screen at IDFA

    October 22, 2010

    The following ITVS films have been accepted to IDFA (International Documentary Festival in Amsterdam). Check out the films below and join us in congratulating all the filmmakers! The Team By Patrick Reed   A look at a dramatic TV soap opera series, created after Kenya's violent 2007 presidential election, that Kenyans hope will help bridge deep ethnic

  4. Deadline for INPUT 2011: Dare the Future

    October 18, 2010

    INPUT (International Public Television) is an organization that brings together producers, media professionals, and broadcasters from around the world for a weeklong showcase of content and discussion each year, creating a forum  “where the rules of broadcasting are challenged and redefined.” U.S. INPUT is now accepting American submissions for

  5. Independent Lens Debuts with The Parking Lot Movie

    October 15, 2010

    You know the type — overeducated, underemployed, rocking a trucker cap, and quoting Baudelaire in between flip-cup tournaments. Though lacking any sense of ambition, somehow, you know they’ll eventually rule the world. Take an anthropological safari into a strange little pocket of this species’ natural habitat — a parking lot near the campus of the