Events

Italian DOC (denominazione di origine controllata)

POV associate producer Andrew Catauro reports back from Italy, where he attended the 2009 Italian Doc Screenings event. Last week I attended an event for Italian documentary filmmakers called Italian Doc Screenings (IDS). IDS is a presentation of Doc/it (the Italian Documentary Filmmakers Association), and this year marks the first time POV has taken part.

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Inside Independent Film Week with Milton Tabbot, Senior Director of Programming at IFP

POV’s series producer Yance Ford interviews Milton Tabbot, senior director of programming at IFP for an inside look at the world of independent filmmaking. IFP’s Independent Film Week will run from September 19-24 in New York, and IFP’s Filmmaker Conference will run concurrently, from September 19-23. Yance Ford: What is IFP and what’s your mission

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“El General” Screening at Film Society of Lincoln Center

Natalia Almada‘s Sundance Award-winning film, El General, makes its New York City theatrical premiere next week at Lincoln Center’s Walter Reade Theater. Presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center, El General will screen as part of the Latinbeat 2009 series. The premiere on Tuesday, September 15 will be followed by a reception with the

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“Bronx Princess” Block Party Brings Kids and Families to Mullaly Park

POV’s outreach and development coordinator Jessica Lee reports from a recent POV event. Every year, POV partners with many organizations to offer hundreds of free film screenings. Unfortunately, we can’t personally attend most of those events because they’re held all over the country in places like Aberdeen, South Dakota, Helena, Montana and Rockland, Maine. Given

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Vote for POV

POV has long had a presence at SXSW’s film festival. For SXSW 2010, we’ve submitted a panel idea to SXSW Interactive. Please vote for our panel, titled “First Person Storytelling: My So-Called Digital Life.” Moderator Amanda Hirsch, who writes the Outside the Frame column for this blog, will recruit an array of digital storytellers to

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