What is IFP Week?
A week of meetings, screenings, talks, meet-ups, and exhibitions centered on cutting-edge independent content for the big screen, small screen, and Internet. Who will be there? Bigwigs, hotshots, rising stars, producers, content creators, innovators...and YOU.
Formerly known as the IFP Market, IFP Week is the oldest and largest forum in the U.S. for the discovery of new projects in development from both established filmmakers and new voices on the independent scene. Where's it at? IFP's home base, the made in NY Media Center, and all over Brooklyn.
How Can I Participate?
Want to attend IFP Week but unsure how you fit in? IFP Week has programming, events, screening, and fun for everyone, from talks, meet-ups, exhibits, and parties for the community to private meetings and screenings for creators and industry leaders.
Filmmakers, artists, and storytellers cross paths with people and companies that help move their projects forward.
Th IFP Project Forum is dedicated to stories of all shapes and sizes. The program nurtures both emerging and established artists by providing creative and business opportunities to groundbreaking storytellers working in a wide variety of formats.
Industry insiders get to discover new talent, new projects, and new ideas from around the world.
The Industry delegates at IFP Week are able to meet with bold talent and exciting projects through curated meetings with 150 new feature film, series, digital, and audio projects from over 22 countries. It is a must-attend event for financiers, distributors, producers, executives and festival programmers to access bold, original talent early.
Get connected, entertained, and noticed.
Public programming for 2018 IFP Week explores the art and business of 21st century storytelling. Whether stories are told through film, TV, online, or new media channels, these programs are the premiere place to interact with experts on how to connect with audiences and use new models to expand your story’s reach and sustain a long-term career.
IFP's home-base, The Made in NY Media Center in DUMBO Brooklyn, is one of the most-visited spots in Brooklyn. It’s easy to see why - the neighborhood is full of history as well as modern culture, and is a hub of creative individuals and companies. IFP Week begins at our Media Center in DUMBO, and the programs extend throughout the neighborhood and Brooklyn.