I-Doc Development Labs, Hackathons & Residencies
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NORTH AMERICA
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Sundance New Frontier Story LabPark City, Utah
Story Lab: http://www.sundance.org/programs/new-frontier-story-lab/ — Residency: http://www.sundance.org/stories/article/new-frontier-artist-residency-program-with-the-rockefeller-foundation/ — Flash Lab: https://www.sundance.org/stories/article/new-frontier-flash-lab-cultivating-story-innovators-in-miami/
institute@sundance.org"created to identify and foster independent artists innovating in the art and form
of storytelling at the convergence of film, art, media, live performance, music and technology." Additional New Frontier programs include: Flash Lab and Artist Residency.
Transportation, lodging, foodOctober 2014, 3 days6/2/2014Application by invitation only
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POV HackathonNew York & LAhttp://www.pbs.org/pov/hackathon/hackathon@pov.org


"Teams of filmmakers and developers are challenged to create web documentary
prototypes over two days of intense collaboration."
Nonevaries, 2 days6/3/2015
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Tribeca Hacks
New York, SF, other locations
https://tribecafilminstitute.org/programs/detail/tribeca_hacks
tribecahacks@TribecaFilmInstitute.org
"bring[s] together content creators and creative technologists to increase understanding
and broaden participation in the field of interactive storytelling."
None usually (depends on the hackathon), meals provided.
variesVaries (please update)
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MIT Open Doc Lab Fellowship
Cambridge, Massachusetts
http://opendoclab.mit.edu/residenciesopendoclab-contact@mit.edu
"hosts a limited number of distinguished artists, creative technologists, and scholars who want
to engage deeply with new documentary storytelling techniques and technologies in a collaborative
and interdisciplinary environment."
NoneRotating, at least one semester
4/1/2014 (fall)
9/1/2014 (spring)
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Eyebeam Residency/FellowshipNew Yorkhttp://eyebeam.org/creative-residencies-faqhttp://eyebeam.org/contact
"Eyebeam residencies support the creative research, production and presentation of initiatives querying
art, technology and culture. The 5 month residency is a period of concentration and immersion in artistic
investigation, daring research or production of visionary, experimental applications and projects. Past
initiatives have ranged from moving image, sound and physical computing works to technical prototypes,
installations and public interventions. "
$5000 for project-based residencies,
$30000 for Fellowships
11 months for Fellowship starting mid March,
varies for Residency
Calls for Residency in May & October,
Call for Fellowship in October
List of current Fellows & Residents:
http://www.eyebeam.org/people
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MediaMaker Fellows
San Francisco (national)
http://www.bavc.org/mediamakerjasonj@bavc.orgBAVC's MediaMaker Fellowship provides in-kind training and production grants for independent artists at work on social-justice film and multimedia projects, with a particular focus on supporting emerging artists and underserved communities. The MediaMaker Fellowship builds an engaged national community of creative media artists from diverse fields ("Fellows"), increases their capacity for project completion and lasting impact, and inspires new partnerships and collaboration to support future work. The Fellowship is designed to give independent artists direct access to the latest digital media technologies and prepare them for broadcast on public television or other independent outlets with focused digital and multiplatform strategies for community engagement.Support for 10 meetings a year, attendance at and travel to two film festivals (Camden IFF and FullFrame this year), travel to San Francisco and overnights for three trips of three days each, a stipend at the close of the year.one year Fellowship, meetings happen monthly beginning in February, closing out in December.12/1/2014Current Fellows: http://bavc.org/node/747996
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SOUTH AMERICA
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Festival de Cine creative commons
Bogotá, Colombia, Sudamérica
http://bogota.festivaldecine.ccalejandro@armadillomedia.tv
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EUROPE
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!FLab
Leuven, Malmö & London
http://www.iflab.eu/iflab@idrops.beInterested in interactive digital storytelling? !FLab is dedicated to training the next influential generation of creative media professionals (e.g. journalists, (documentary) filmmakers, photographers, coders, graphic designers, storytellers, international correspondents a.o.) in the digital age. !FLab supports ambitious and creative professionals with the development of their digital interactive factual project via three x four days hands-on international workshops based in Leuven, Malmö and London. !FLab consists of 3 x 4 days of training initiatives across Europe designed to facilitate creative individuals to develop their digital interactive factual storytelling project. These innovative labs will chronologically take place across three different European countries; Leuven (Belgium) (Webdox/Docville, 6th of May 2015 - 9th of May 2015), Malmö (The Conference, Sweden) (20th-23rd of August 2015) and London (Mozfest, United Kingdom) (6th-8th of November 2015).
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HackaStoryAmsterdamhttp://hackastory.com/info@hackastory.comHackathons and workshops for storytellers, designers and developers. Let's experiment, learn by making and have fun. We want to learn better how making stories for the web actually works, more hands-on , meet new people, create a network and experiment the hack out of digital and interactive stories.-
Varies: next one 6 and 7th of February 2015
Varies. For our next one: mid January.
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PopathonLondon, Barcelonahttp://popathon.orghttp://popathon.org/contact/"Popathon creative hack jams give participants hands-on experience creating interactive stories on the web."?variesVaries (please update)
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Power to the PixelLondonhttp://bit.ly/1wmJXeO
Power to the Pixel supports the film and media industries in their transition to a digital age. The company specialises in new ways for content creators and businesses to create, finance and distribute stories and engage with audiences across multiple platforms.

Headed by Founder & CEO Liz Rosenthal, the company’s London team has a wealth of experience and expertise across film and cross-media development, production and finance, and is linked to a unique network of the leading thinkers, practitioners and innovators who are developing new business and creative opportunities around the world.

Specialising in new ways for content creators and businesses to create and finance stories and engage with audiences across multiple platforms, Power to the Pixel’s core activities are:

Providing consultancy to international media organisations, content creators and companies
Designing innovative in-house company training programmes and bespoke initiatives
Producing international forums, events and labs centred around cross-media, IP and business
Facilitating the exchange of ideas and the building of international partnerships between media professionals and between industries
The company’s understanding of the challenges and opportunities of digital change means Power to the Pixel is an essential bridge between the visionary, the pioneering and the practical.

Power to the Pixel’s clients and partners, past and present include: ARTE; BAFTA; BBC, BBH; Bell Fund; Berlin Film Festival; BFI; Cannes Film Festival (Marché du Film); Creative Skillset; EAVE; EU MEDIA Programme; Edinburgh Film Festival; IFP; Mozilla; Nordisk Film & TV Fond; Orange; Telefilm Canada; TorinoFilmLab; Wallimage
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DocsBarcelonaBarcelona
http://www.docsbarcelona.com/en/ed-2015/industria/interactive-pitch/
The Interactive Pitch will consist on a presentation of 4 interactive projects in front a selection of financers, especially interested in this kind of projects, and DocsBarcelona accredited professionals.
Pith to Interested Funders11/3/2015Interactive Pitch, as part of festival
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