Editor’s Note: What follows is a statement from the IDA regarding the Documentary Producers Alliance’s “ Best Practices in Documentary Crediting.”
Editor’s Note: What follows is a statement from the IDA regarding the Documentary Producers Alliance’s “ Best Practices in Documentary Crediting.”Over
This is a fully revised look at documentary budgeting, and updates the 2006 Documentary article “Don’t Fudge on Your Budget: Toeing the Line Items.” At the center of the documentary "business" is the budget, which offers a map of the filmmaking process, expressing both the film you’re planning to make and how you plan to make it. Ideally, it is also a living document that can help get a film to completion.
In this special edition of the IDA Conversation Series, co-presented with the USC School of Cinematic Arts, we traversed the unwavering career of the
Based in Copenhagen and run jointly by Signe Byrge Sørensen, Anne Köhncke, Monica Hellström and Heidi Elise Christensen, Final Cut for Real is one of
I was sitting at an IDA-produced summit on sustainability in February in Washington, DC. Dozens of seasoned filmmakers shared personal struggles about
Using the expanding black media market as a template, we examine the different sides of the media divide and explores successful strategies employed by media producers.
The Independent Film Producer's Survival GuideA Business and Legal SourcebookBy Gunnar Erickson, Harris Tulchin and Mark Halloran<Schirmer Trade Books
IFP's Milton Tabbot leads a discussion on how docs serve as delegates in the global community at The Paley Center for Media in New York City.
Eddie Schmidt sits down with World of Wonder for a discussion on running a transatlantic production company, crossing genre boundaries, and managing the famous & infamous.