Articles Tagged Distribution

New Day Films

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What is New Day Films? New Day Films is a national distribution cooperative of independent filmmakers who make social issue films. We distribute mainly to colleges and universities, libraries, high schools, and community groups. Who is New Day? We are 70 award-winning filmmakers from across the United States who have made the 100+ films in… Read more »

Funder FAQ: The National Endowment for the Humanities

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What is the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and why did it come into being? The NEH is an independent federal agency created by Congress in 1965. As the largest funder of humanities programs in the United States, the NEH awards grants to institutions that create and preserve knowledge, enrich classroom learning, expand humanities… Read more »

Distributor FAQ: New Day Films

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What is New Day Films? New Day Films is a national distribution cooperative of independent filmmakers who make social issue films. We distribute mainly to colleges and universities, libraries, high schools, and community groups. Who is New Day? We are 70 award-winning filmmakers from across the United States who have made the 100+ films in… Read more »

Women Make Movies

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What is Women Make Movies? Women Make Movies is a national nonprofit media arts organization that facilitates the production, promotion, distribution, and exhibition of independent films and videotapes by and about women. Our primary program is our internationally recognized distribution service. We also assist women directors and producers through our Production Assistance Program, which provides… Read more »

Distributor FAQ: Women Make Movies

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What is Women Make Movies? Women Make Movies is a national nonprofit media arts organization that facilitates the production, promotion, distribution, and exhibition of independent films and videotapes by and about women. Our primary program is our internationally recognized distribution service. We also assist women directors and producers through our Production Assistance Program, which provides… Read more »

Funder FAQ: The Fund for Jewish Documentary Filmmaking

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What is the National Foundation for Jewish Culture? The National Foundation for Jewish Culture (NFJC) is the central cultural agency of the American Jewish community. The NFJC works with artists, scholars, cultural institutions, and community agencies to enhance the quality of Jewish life in America. We just celebrated our fortieth anniversary in September. When and… Read more »

Distributor FAQ: Artistic License Films

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What is Artistic License Films? A film distribution company. Who is Artistic License? Sande Zeig, president; Vicky Waldron, vice-president of acquisitions and business affairs; Steve Fagan, vice-president of theatrical distribution; Anne Crozat, distribution associate; Nora Coblence, financial manager. Total number of employees at Artistic License: Five, plus we’re very committed to our trailer maker, poster… Read more »

Distributor FAQ: Canadian Filmmakers’ Distribution Centre

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What is the Canadian Filmmakers’ Distribution Centre (CFMDC)? The CFMDC is Canada’s oldest artist-run organization and it helps give underground and independent filmmakers a greater profile through exhibitions. It also helps to generate revenue through distribution for them. Do you only distribute the work of Canadians? Not at all. Predominantly, the 1,600 film title collection… Read more »

Funder FAQ: Thousand Words Finishing Fund

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Editor’s Note: On April 13, 2010 we were notified that the Thousand Words Finishing Fund has been discontinued. What is Thousand Words? Thousand Words is an independent film production and financing company devoted to creating innovative and engaging entertainment. Most recently, Thousand Words produced and co-financed with Artisan Entertainment Darren Aronofsky’s Requiem for a Dream,… Read more »

Electronic Arts Intermix

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What is Electronic Arts Intermix? Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI) is a resource for artists’ video and alternative media. We distribute a collection of over 2,750 new and historical works by international artists and maintain an ongoing preservation program, a new Online Catalogue and collection database, a screening room, and related services. What constitutes “electronic art?”… Read more »