2016 IFP Filmmaker Labs Now Open for Submissions – Deadline March 1st

2016 IFP Filmmaker Labs

IFP is currently seeking first-time filmmakers with features in post-production (rough assembly through fine cut) for this year’s Filmmaker Labs. The deadline to apply for the 2016 Labs is March 1st nizagara cheap .


IFP’s unique yearlong mentorship program supports first-time feature directors when they need it most: through the completion, marketing and distribution of their films.  Focusing exclusively on low-budget features (<$1million), this highly immersive program provides filmmakers with the technical, creative and strategic tools necessary to launch their films – and their careers. Through the Labs, IFP works to ensure that talented emerging voices receive the support, resources, and industry exposure necessary to reach audiences. Open to all first time feature documentary and narrative directors with films in post-production. Twenty projects (10 documentaries and 10 narratives) are selected for the annual program. All Lab projects also automatically participate in the Project Forum of IFP’s Independent Film Week.

Lab alumni projects include Charles Poekel’s Christmas, Again (Factory 25), Lyric Cabral  and David Felix Sutcliffe’s  cost of provera in philippines (T)error (The Film Collaborative), Darius Clark Monroe’s Evolution of a Criminal (Independent Lens), David Thorpe’s Do I Sound Gay? (Sundance Selects) Aron Gaudet & Gita Pullapilly’s Beneath the Harvest Sky (Tribeca Film), Stacie Passon‘s Concussion (RADiUS), Alexandre Moors’ Blue Caprice (Sundance Selects), Penny Lane‘s Our Nixon (CNN Films and Cinedigm),  buy seroflo online Daniel Patrick Carbone‘s Hide Your Smiling Faces (Tribeca Film), Lotfy Nathan‘s 12 O’ClockBoys (Oscilloscope), Dee Rees Pariah (Focus Features), and Terence Nance http://test.okjcp.jp/?p=9875 Cheap ‘s An Oversimplification of Her Beauty (Variance Films).


More information: http://www.ifp.org/programs/labs/#.VrDn3jYrIUE