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The Independent Film Producer's Survival Guide A Business and Legal Sourcebook By Gunnar Erickson, Harris Tulchin and Mark Halloran
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.
Moderated by IDA Board Member Stephen Nemeth of Rhino Films, our panel of veteran non-fiction producers discuss what to expect when producing a doc and how a successful producer gets the entire production team to deliver their best.
Dive into a discussion with doc filmmakers who have traveled the globe and film commissioners whose job it is to make filming in their countries as straightforward as possible.
"Telling Stories that change the world," emphatically defines the mission of GreenTreks Network, Inc. In partnership with KRCB Television 22 in
We are pulling this article from the archive to promote our upcoming Doc U: Shooting Overseas: Making Your Doc on Foreign Soil at the AFCI Locations
September means back to school, and MTVN's Logo and the Sundance Channel are no exception. TransGeneration, which premieres September 20 on the
"Before I met you," one Emmy-nominated, highly skilled documentary filmmaker said to me, "I thought a producer was just an accountant." Several years
A look at Washington, DC-area independent production companies and filmmakers.