Tribeca Film Institute Panel: How to Make a Living as a Filmmaker
As part of the Tribeca Film Institute’s ongoing video series, they recently put on a panel at The New School to address the following question: “how in the world do you (can you?) make a living as a filmmaker?” This video is of proper classroom length, clocking in at over 90 minutes. It’s not highly visual, so if you’re at a day job, put on some headphones, hit play, hide the tab, and get paid to learn from working filmmakers:
Moderated by Tribeca Film Festival’s short film programmer Sharon Badal. The other panelists are:
- Sandi DuBowski, producer of A Jihad for Love
- Macky Alston, award-winning documentary filmmaker
- Moon Molson, director (TAA alum)
- Buboo Kakati, writer/director/producer (TAA alum)
- Rodney Evans, director
Full bios of the presenters can be found on the Tribeca Film Institute blog.
[via Filmmaker Magazine]
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