NALIP'S Doing Your Doc: Diverse Visions, Regional Voices in Chicago

Do you have a personal documentary idea, or social change community project that needs development?

Are you considering public television funding sources or need R&D $$?? 

Join us in Chicago – Feb. 25-27 – Friday night through Sunday at 5 pm

NALIP, CPB, the NEA, Instituto Cervantes of Chicago, and the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, in association with WTTW, Latino Public Broadcasting, CAAM, ITVS, NBPC, PIC, NAPT, and Women Make Movies Present:

Friday, February 25 – Sunday, February 27, 2011
in Chicago, Illinois

A Weekend Seminar in Chicago to Make your Documentary Happen

A unique chance to work with internationally renowned speaker Fernanda Rossi, story consultant to over 300 films including two Academy Award Nominees, and author of the book Trailer Mechanics. Also receive project mentoring on your documentary idea, proposal or trailer.

LPB Managing Director Luis Ortiz will be present.

Case-Study Screening of LPB funded
followed by Q & A with producer Anayansi Prado

This intensive 3-day workshop is right for you, whether you are just beginning, have already shot footage, or have a rough cut and are seeking finishing funds.

“Doing your Doc” is designed especially for media makers in the diverse and local communities of Illinois, preparing you to receive production funding and apply to national professional programs while developing your unique stories and views.

Doing Your Doc: 3-day Workshop Fee
Early Registration by Feb. 25- $100; Student w/ Valid ID — $50
Includes lunches, workshop materials, books & private project mentoring
At the door Registration — $125; Students — $75

Venue Address: Instituto Cervantes de Chicago
31 W. Ohio, Chicago, IL 60610

For more information or to register, please visit the NALIP website at: For further questions, please call: (310)395-8880.


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