The Non-Fiction Cartel, a Boston-based film collective, is throwing a Public Cinema Dance Party to kick off their fellowship program supporting documentary filmmakers in Boston and New England.
Local DJs will spin to video projections edited by The Cartel from crowd-sourced footage. Price of admission includes dancing, popcorn and drinks all night from local brewers including Backlash Beer Co. and Notch Brewing Co.
Video footage submissions - to be edited and projected at the party - will be accepted from now through the night of the event. The Cartel welcomes all formats and visual subject matter. Videos should be submitted ASAP to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.thenonfictioncartel.com/pcdp for more detailed instructions on how to send footage.
The NFC aims to feed connections between artists and their community with this fun, participatory event. Money raised will fund a fellowship to support emerging non-fiction filmmakers in making new short documentaries by providing equipment, mentorship, critique, post-production services, promotion and exhibition.
The Non-Fiction Cartel is a working collaborative whose purpose is to support, create and enhance short form, documentary media making in the New England area. For more information, visit www.thenonfictioncartel.com
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