IFP Film Week is the place where filmmakers, artists, and storytellers cross paths with people who help move their projects forward. Creators get funding, advice, and opportunities. Industry insiders get to discover new talent and ideas.
The No Borders program offers both narrative feature filmmakers and series creators the opportunity to attend Film Week and meet with various members of industry in an effort to help move their projects forward.
Project Forum is: A meetings-driven forum connecting artists who have new narrative and documentary projects in development, production, or post-production with key industry executives interested in becoming involved at the development, financing, or distribution stages.
The IFP Project Forum is a significant opportunity for unknown filmmakers to get their work seen as part of Independent Film Week, the only international co-production market for film in the United States.
IFP’s unique year-long mentorship program supports first-time feature directors when they need it most: through the completion, marketing and distribution of their films. Focusing exclusively on low-budget features (
No Borders is the premiere U.S. forum for buyers, sales agents, and financiers to meet with established U.S. and international producers who have strong track records for producing films in the international marketplace.