Whether you’re trying to change laws or inform hearts and minds, this webinar will unpack and define the role of the Impact Producer, a vital role for social issue and human rights documentaries, to understand how to build your audience and incorporate what every funder is asking for these days: your project’s plan for impact, outreach, and engagement.
Join our powerhouse trio specializing in Impact: Sonya Lockett, the Chief Impact Office of One Community (aka Good Films), a film co-financing company based in Los Angeles that specializes in impact campaigns around socially relevant films; Erika Howard, formerly of Women Make Movies and POV, and now Impact Producer at PBS’ FRONTLINE; and Eliza Licht, who is a social impact and engagement strategist in New York City who works to maximize the impact and visibility of documentary films.
Women Make Movies is offering WIFVNE members a discounted ticket price of $20 for this session, or discounted admission to the full series ($75 60): PRODUCING FOR DOCUMENTARY FILM.
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