On Demand Content
Conversations, Q&As, classes and more – all at your fingertips.
It goes without saying, a lot has changed over the past few years for movie makers and moviegoers. In addition to our in-person events, we’re proud to offer a breadth of experiences that take place exclusively online, with new and exciting events filling up the calendar faster than ever.
Film Independent Members can watch exclusive screenings, participate in live conversations with filmmakers, attend educational workshops and more. Below you’ll find a selection of events from the past few months that you can enjoy right now.
George & Tammy
A Film Independent Presents Q&A with George & Tammy stars Jessica Chastain and Michael Shannon and music producer Rachael Moore moderated by Clayton Davis, the Senior Awards Editor at Variety.
New Wave Actors
A conversation celebrating the New Wave Actors, a diverse group of talented voices, selected by Film Independent and SAGindie, who have broken into the industry and continue to deliver breakout performances.
The event – a partnership between Film Independent @ The Wallis and SAGindie, with additional support from Easterseals Disability Services – featured an in-depth conversation with seven exceptional actors deserving of recognition, moderated by Darrien Gipson (Executive Director, SAGindie).
Bring the Noise: If These Walls Could Sing
In this very special “Bring the Noise” edition of Film Independent Presents, Oscar winner Morgan Neville (Won’t You Be My Neighbor) talks to director Mary McCartney about her new documentary If These Walls Could Sing.
Sloan Salon: Storytelling and Tech
As our relationship with technology continues to evolve, so do our stories. We are thrilled to partner with the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to bring you a dynamic panel conversation that will delve into the technologies shaping our world today and how they are crafting stories around them.
Featuring: Kogonada (writer/director, After Yang), Amelia Winger-Bearskin (Associate Professor of Artificial Intelligence and the Arts, University of Florida), Karim Jerbi (Professor, Canada Research Chair, Computational Neuroscience and Cognitive Neuroimaging, University of Montreal) and Sloan-supported storyteller Rom Lotan (writer, Code of Virtue). Moderated by Wendy Calhoun (Station 19, Empire, Nashville).
Fringes Demystified: Unlock Savings in Your Budget
A Film Independent Education eye-opening presentation unpacking the legalities of Employer of Record and demystifying fringes with our colleagues at GreenSlate featuring Mike Leiba (President and Chief Operating Officer of GreenSlate) and Celeste Jackson (SVP at GreenSlate).
Liquor Store Dreams
A Film Independent Presents Q&A with director So Yun Um, moderated by Drea Clark (Programmer, Bentonville Film Festival).
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