Overview: Melissa Houghton and Erica Ginsberg will talk about fiscal sponsorship for documentary films.
The Documentary Roundtable is a joint program of Docs In Progress and Women and Film and Video. These meetings switch off between Washington DC and Silver Spring. The Washington DC meetings are organized by Women in Film and Video and are focused on getting expert advice on topics related to documentary filmmaking. The Silver Spring meetings are organized by Docs In Progress and focused on peer feedback. Both meetings include time for networking. This is a great way to get to know others in the DC-area documentary filmmaking community, as well as build your network and know-how.
NOTE: Documentary Roundtable meetings are FREE for members of WIFV or Docs In Progress Docs Insiders Premium Members. They are $10 for all others.
Are you planning to raise funds for your documentary through grants or from individuals who would like a tax benefit from a charitable donation? Are you a nonprofit organization? If the answer to your first question is Yes and the answer to the second question is NO, you may be in need of a fiscal sponsor. This program will help demystify fiscal sponsorship for filmmakers.
While the speakers will provide information on their respective organizations' fiscal sponsorship programs, they will also discuss the broader context for what fiscal sponsorship is, what it is not, and how to go about determining the fiscal sponsor who is the best fit for your project and needs.
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM - Networking
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM - Presentation and Q&A
Free for members of Women in Film and Video and
Docs In Progress Docs Insiders Premium members (when registering on WIFV website, use same Promo Code as you do with Docs In Progress).
$10 for all others. Get Tickets Here
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