During this unprecedented historic time, we understand filmmakers, artists and their families are deeply impacted by COVID-19, here and around the globe. We know small businesses and many of us part of a gig-economy need to take care of ourselves. We also know the value of community and will continue to strengthen our model that has been serving us now entering our 7th year.
Our mission remains to support emerging filmmakers through this most challenging time. We are shifting our focus of communications using on-line resources and technologies like ZOOM to keep our filmmaking family informed, sharing access to on-line resources and continue to build personal mentor relationships with industry experts, at low to no cost to filmmakers.
Business Plans For Artists and Others.
Everything from a movie, a record, a book, a career as a lion tamer or finding the love of your life … a business plan helps you learn who you are in the middle of what you hope to achieve.
This all-day workshop will take place on ZOOM. Limited to 10 individuals. Only a handful of spaces remain available.
What Filmmakers say about NEFL and their Break Through Experiences
An incredible experience from start to finish. As an independent filmmaker, I felt thoroughly supported and encouraged. Lovely people and a really nurturing atmosphere. Made some great connections and met a lot of talented individuals.
– Maya Bastian, Toronto
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Posted by Capital Cinema Cultural Exchange on Tuesday, November 6, 2018
Submissions to NEFL 7th edition – April 2020. Read more break through experiences on FilmFreeway.com