Get some tips on submitting to film festivals from Ramona Diaz, director of “The Learning” and “Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey.”
Brian Yang, producer of Linsanity, shares some insider perspective on submitting to film festivals.
Get to know more about being a part of CAAMFest from Director/producer Quentin Lee (White Frog).
The Center for Asian American Media is now accepting entries for the 31st San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival! (March 14-24, 2013) We’re…
Got a documentary in the works? Apply for CAAM’s Documentary Fund by this Thursday July 5th! Be sure to review all of the Eligibility…
The CAAM Fellowship Program is unique in its field-wide approach seeking to develop the talents and skills of a range of media professions including filmmakers, actors, exhibition specialists and film critics.
ITVS International Call seeks films in production or post-production phase and encourages independent producers to submit their projects for consideration.
IFP’s Labs are the only program in the U.S. supporting first-time feature directors at the crucial rough cut/post production stage. Maximize the reach of your film with mentorship providing the tools andsupport you need to launch your film.
CAAM seeks provocative and engaging project proposals from independent media producers with projects intended for public television broadcast.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) and the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) invite you to participate in the 2010 Producers Workshop at WGBH.