How to Focus Your Filmmaking Intentions & Supercharge Your Productivity

Virtual event. Monday, February 13, 7:00 pm CST

Help focus your intentions for the year and set patterns to help you achieve your writing and filmmaking goals in this free one-hour workshop: part pep rally, part celebration of the creative spirit, part magic, and a sprinkle of guided meditation. If you’d like to be more productive, Alex will give you tools to help you reconnect to your own creativity and productivity. If you’ve been super-productive, he’ll help you stay on track.

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Elegance Bratton, The Inspection, 2022. Image courtesy of A24.

The Film Independent Spirit Awards celebrate the achievements of today’s most compelling filmmakers. For this exclusive program, members of Film Independent, FilmNorth and the Walker Art Center have the chance to see 15 of the year’s finest indie films—nominees for Best Feature, Best First Feature, Best Documentary—at no charge.

Current FilmNorth members may reserve up to 2 tickets per screening. Reservations are not required but are recommended to secure your spots. All screenings are at The Walker Cinema.

Wednesday, Feb 1st – Enjoy a drink from the cash bar, open 5:45–7 pm, followed by a 7 pm screening of The Inspection. A post-show Q&A will feature producer Effie T. Brown.

Click here for the full schedule and ticket reservations!

FilmNorth Awarded NEA Grant for Inclusive Filmmaking Lab

We’re thrilled to announce that the National Endowment for the Arts has awarded FilmNorth $15,000 in support of our Inclusive & Socially Conscious Filmmaking Lab!

FilmNorth’s Inclusive & Socially Conscious Filmmaking Lab, now entering its third year, is a free 6-week program that helps filmmakers in any stage of their career practice greater inclusive and socially responsible filmmaking and become leaders of change in our field.

We congratulate all organizations who received NEA grants in this round, which supplied more than $34 million in funding to support the arts nationwide. Click here to learn more about the NEA’s Grants for Arts Projects.

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