New York

Narrative Deadlines: 

Early - May 2; Final - May 17

Documentary Deadlines:

Early - May 2; Final - May 24

IFP is accepting submissions for the 38th annual IFP Film Week, the only international co-production market for film - and now television, web-based series and VR projects - in the United States.

The Woodstock Film Festival has established itself as one of the best independent film events in the country by premiering exceptional films by established and emerging filmmakers. The fest also presents A-list concerts, parties, panels, and creates innovative and stimulating programming including Focus on Music, Exposure and the Youth Initiative.

DOC NYC is now accepting submissions for the 2016 edition in the following three categories:

Competition Features (NYC premiere requirement) 

Contemporary documentaries from around the world – 41 minutes or longer – that demonstrate a bold commitment to subject matter, excellence in cinematic craft and innovation in storytelling. Competition sections may vary slightly in 2016, but in the past, there have been two competition sections:

Submit to the world’s top independent TV festival!

NYTVF's 12th Annual Independent Pilot Competition is now accepting original TV, web and digital series pilots, 4-60 minutes in ALL genres.

The NYTVF is like no other Festival in the world: offering indie creators year-round opportunities to submit, providing unprecedented access to TV and digital buyers and decision-makers, and awarding GUARANTEED development opportunities with networks and platforms including Bento Box Entertainment, Comedy Central, IFC, Seeso, truTV, and many more!

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