Documentary Roundtable DC (Topic: Career Sustainability in Documentary)

Nov 13, 2017 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM EST

Interface Media

A joint program of
Women in Film and Video and Docs In Progress

Event Description

Career Sustainability in Documentary

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.


Career sustainability for documentary filmmakers. The discussion will build off the recent report from the National Endowment for the Arts and the International Documentary Association State of the Field.


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

Panel Title


Jax Deluca became Director of Media Arts at the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) in January 2016. In this position, she manages the NEA's grantmaking activities for arts organizations across the country working in media arts, which includes film, video, audio, interactive, and other electronic media. Her field experience includes twelve years working at the intersection of arts and community-building as an artist, administrator, and educator. Prior to joining the NEA, she was executive director of Squeaky Wheel Film & Media Art Center, an artist-run organization in Buffalo, NY.


Interface Media is at 1233 20th Street (between L and M), NW Washington DC. Closest Metro: Dupont Circle.

Women in Film and Video

Women in Film & Video (WIFV) is dedicated to advancing the career development and achievement for professionals working in all areas of screen-based media and related disciplines. WIFV supports women in the industry by promoting equal opportunities, encouraging professional development, serving as an information network, and educating the public about women’s creative and technical achievements.
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