Latino Lens: Doc Incubator
Do you have a pitch, logline and trailer that are not bringing you money? Or worse, no fundraising materials at all?
Kicking off with a community screening, Doing Your Doc: Diverse Voices, Regional Visions is a 3-day regional documentary development/production seminars for Latino/a, African American, Native/Pacific Islanders, Asian, Middle Eastern, LGBTQ, and regional documentary makers in communities traditionally under-served by professional mentoring and information. A Latino/a filmmaker, NALIP member and/or whose project has been independently evaluated and rated for NALIP Latino Media market will be shown and screened as a case study for participants to engage in question and answer and receive direct mentorship.
The artists participating in this program are producing personal, community, social justice, and public media documentaries that reflect their experiences, and tell the stories of their regions and cultures. Now in its 8th year, this professional development program is designed to support individual media artist’s projects with skills instruction, relationship building, and artist mentoring. DYD also builds community between NALIP and local arts and cultural organizations, and amongst the local nonprofits and artists.
For additional information including registration to DYD, please contact Ben Lopez
DYD in San Francisco and New York are presented by NEA Media Arts and the University of Arizona Hanson Film Institute