Artists & Creators
Creatives get connected
Apply to the IFP Project Forum in beginning in March 2017. And until then, attend IFP Film Week events, screenings, meet ups and Screen Forward Conference to stay connected. Applications are now closed for 2018.
Get more information about IFP's artists and entrepreneurial programs.
A meetings-driven forum connecting new narrative & documentary projects in development, production, or post to key industry execs interested in identifying projects for development, financing, or distribution.
A primary outcome for all artists is the facilitation of career-spanning relationships with potential financiers, theatrical & online content distributors & platforms, festival programmers, sales & talent agents, collaborators, & others. These invaluable relationships continue well beyond the 5 days of IFP Week. 140 projects are selected each year in the following sections:
The No Borders program offers both narrative feature filmmakers and series creators the opportunity to attend IFP Week and meet with various members of industry in an effort to help move their projects forward, broaden their networks, and find a level of career sustainability. The No Borders program consists of these specific sub-sections:
Spotlight on Documentaries
For emerging and established documentarians, this program connects 60+ work-in-progress non-fiction features and series with financiers, distributors, broadcasters, sales companies, and festival programmers.
Documentary Work in Progress Information
– Documentary Works-in-Progress (U.S. & International)