UnionDocs Seeks Next Talented Emerging Documentary Artists to be Part of LABS
CoLAB is a 10 month fellowship for multidisciplinary non-fiction focused on artist development and the creation of short projects working together in a group.
SDL is a 5 week intensive for filmmakers with feature docs in early development that pushes their projects towards full production on every axis, practical to creative.
The final application deadline for both programs is this Friday, March 9th.
The Collaborative Studio is a 10-month program for a select group of 12-14 media artists from the US and abroad who come from different backgrounds and levels of experience (photography, visual arts, radio, human rights, journalism and more traditional forms of documentary). The program offers a platform for exploring contemporary approaches to the documentary and non-fiction arts, and consists of weekly production meetings, seminars, masterclasses and critiques with visiting artists. The main goal is the development of a collection of original short creative documentaries on a shared theme.
The UnionDocs Summer Documentary Lab is a 5-week program for a select group of emerging filmmakers from the US and abroad. Based in one of NYC’s most exciting neighborhoods, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, the program explores contemporary approaches to documentary film, offers a stronger understanding of the best practices and business of production, and helps to develop the foundation of your independent project. The program consists of screenings, seminar discussions, professional development sessions, critique, mentorship, many guest artist and industry professionals master classes and weekly visits to relevant sites around New York City.