DOC NYC has announced the lineup of work-in-progress documentaries chosen from submissions to participate in its Only In New York program. Part of DOC NYC PRO, our industry and educational programming component, Only In New York presents an opportunity for filmmakers with works-in-progress to take one-on-one meetings with industry figures from the fields of distribution, financing, […]
DOC NYC PRO presents a 90-minute session exploring the use of archival footage in documentary filmmaking. The panel discussion will feature directors, editors and archivists, and will include a 30-minute moderated Q&A
DOC NYC PRO presents a day dedicated to the art of documentary producing. Sessions will feature development, budgeting and fundraising tactics and strategies, along with case studies from veteran producers. The daylong course will also include an interactive Q&A breakout session and social hour.
DOC NYC PRO presents a day of practical guidance for the first-time filmmaker, including panels on developing a story, building a team, finding a supportive professional community and securing funds and distribution
Join the 2020 edition of the DOC NYC PRO conference, taking place August 5-October 21.
DOC NYC PRO presents a 90-minute session exploring the interplay between podcasting and documentary film, including guests who have successfully pivoted between film producing and podcast producing.
DOC NYC PRO presents a day of practical expertise on the legal questions that face doc makers. Sessions will focus on topics such as rights and clearances, errors and omissions, and legal concerns specific to sensitive production environments, including filming in the Covid-19 era.
A showcase focusing on projects that live at the intersection of documentary film and journalism. The panel discussion includes both independent doc teams and representatives from news platforms as they discuss the merging and divergent roles of reporter, storyteller, and filmmaker.
A deep-dive into documentary editing and post-production, including sessions on storytelling and narrative; cutting while a director and editor are working remotely; and integrating archival and animation.
A 90-minute session exploring the evolution and future of documentary series. The panel discussion will feature both producers and distributors, and include a 30-minute moderated Q&A