REACH YOUR AUDIENCE: MAKING A LIVING AS A DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKER
Experts agree that with today’s technology it’s much easier to make a film now than in the past, but that has perhaps resulted in too many stories and too much competition. So how can filmmakers manage to get paid, sustain a career and captivate new audiences? Filmmakers Amir Bar-Lev (Happy Valley), Marshall Curry (Point and Shoot), Liz Garbus (Love, Marilyn), and Nelson George (Finding the Funk) lead the discussion, sharing their insights into these and other challenges to nonfiction filmmakers who are trying to make their way and make a living. Moderator: Esther Robinson (Founder, ArtHome, and Producer, Strong Island).