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  1. The ITVS Indie Roundup

    March 1, 2013

    A curated list of indie news and recommendations from ITVS’s Rebecca Huval. Priceless advice on interactive documentary filmmaking comes from an unlikely source: The Guardian’s Global Development Professionals Network. Emma Wigley, director of the interactive documentary Big River Rising, says to take a holistic approach: “Big River Rising is

  2. The ITVS Indie Roundup

    October 19, 2012

    A curated list of indie news and recommendations from ITVS’s Rebecca Huval. The director of concert documentary Andrew Bird: Fever Year has found an even more intimate subject to cover for her next nonfiction film. Xan Aranda will explore the Mormon film industry and her own disillusionment from the faith. She dished out the details to Chicago WBEZ’s The

  3. The ITVS Indie Roundup

    September 14, 2012

    A curated list of indie news and recommendations from ITVS’s Rebecca Huval. Is your camera bag feeling like an anvil on your shoulder? The Tiziano Project just taught a filmmaking course in Kosovo with iPads, and they make a strong argument why you might want to go the lighter route. Win $2,000! The 2012 James River Shorts mini-festival is accepting short

  4. The ITVS Indie Roundup

    September 7, 2012

    A curated list of indie news and recommendations from ITVS’s Rebecca Huval. Quick! Today is the last day to submit your documentary film proposal to the MacArthur Foundation. Lucky New York dwellers: The Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP) is hosting a filmmaker conference Sept. 16-20, including pitch workshops and small group conversations. They

  5. The ITVS Indie Roundup

    June 29, 2012

    A curated list of indie news and recommendations from ITVS’s Rebecca Huval. You’ll never look at a dumpster the same way again. The sanitation department of Hamburg, Germany, teamed up with an advertising agency to form the Trashcan Project. They plant pinhole cameras on the dumpsters, offering a trash-level view of the city. Awaken your creative juices