IDA Open Call for Documentary Magazine Editorial Fellows
Funded in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), the Documentary Magazine Editorial Fellowship initiative is designed to enhance opportunities for writers from underserved and underrepresented communities to participate in the editorial planning process at, and contribute content to Documentary magazine, the only US publication dedicated solely to documentaries, available via print and online. This program will, in turn, help IDA to enrich its editorial content, furthering and deepening an ongoing community-wide conversation about the nonfiction form and the issues and themes that are driving the documentary profession.
The fellowship program, which runs from January through December 2020, will provide stipends of $2,000 each and the opportunity to attend an industry event for four emerging writers.
Year-round IDA Internships Opportunities
Interning at the IDA is an excellent way to learn about the world of documentary filmmaking, enhance your skills and build your resume—while supporting a great organization. IDA interns work with the Programs and Events Departments to produce educational programs, the IDA Documentary Screening Series, the IDA Documentary Awards, and DocuDay. As an IDA Intern, you’ll have the opportunity to attend IDA events, interact with some of your favorite filmmakers and grow your production, editing, social media and design skills. Interns must receive school credit.
For more information about how to become an IDA intern, please contact email@example.com.
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