- Sat. June 10, 2017 @ 2:00pmSan Francisco, CA
With increasing challenges to the privacy and security of filmmakers, do you know how to protect your digital communications and equipment? This half-day intensive, co-hosted by the International Documentary Association, ITVS and Freedom of the Press Foundation will provide how-to guides and resources for protecting your privacy in the age of mass surveillance.
- Sat. June 10, 2017 @ 10:00amAustin, TX
Join the IDA and AFS for another Austin Master Class with lauded cinematographer Kirsten Johnson, exploring her approach and techniques to documentary filmmaking.
- Sat. June 10, 2017 @ 10:00amNew York, NY
Join us in New York for VR 101 for Documentary, co-presented with the New York Film Academy. This daylong workshop is specifically designed to give nonfiction filmmakers the basic tools to enter the world of VR for documentary. From storytelling to stitching, attendees will receive hands-on experience with the tools used for this developing technology.
- Wed. May 17, 2017 @ 1:00pmLos Angeles, CA
Join us for a very special edition of the IDA Conversation Series, co-presented with the USC School of Cinematic Arts, as we traverse the unwavering career of the legendary HBO Executive Producer Sheila Nevins.
- Sat. May 13, 2017 @ 10:00amLos Angeles, CA
Join us for an comprehensive Master Class on best practices in interviewing techniques, from how to effectively prepare your subject to producing the best possible conditions for lighting and audio recording.
- Sat. April 29, 2017 @ 10:00amLos Angeles, CA
Join us for an instructive Master Class with Emmy-nominated and Golden Eye Award-winning Animation and Graphic Designers, Syd Garon and Chris Kirk.
- Sat. April 1, 2017 @ 10:00amBurbank, CA
Virtual Reality has been called "the ultimate empathy machine," but what does this new technology really offer nonfiction filmmakers? This one-day workshop, co-sponsored by the International Documentary Association and the New York Film Academy LA, will explore this brave new world that leaves one hundred years of film grammar behind but introduces a whole new range of possibilities.