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Documentary Campus First Open Training Session comes to Austria

Documentary Campus' First Open Training Session kicks off in Graz, Austria, on March 20 and 21, titled My Money, My Film. The weekend long event will feature panels and case studies dealing with alternative financing models. The session begins with a keynote by Erik Bäckman from YLE Audience Insight and will continue with panel discussions and case studies with experts like Greg Sanderson, commissioning executive at BBC Storyville; Claire Aguilar, VP of programming at ITVS Independent Television Service and Cara Mertes, director, Documentary Film Program, Sundance Institute. Registration deadline is March 15, and information can be found at <ahref='http://www.documentary-campus.com/v2/page/symposia/48/'> Documentary Campus' website.
March 8, 2010

Documentary Campus’ First Open Training Session kicks off in Graz, Austria, on March 20 and 21, titled My Money, My Film. The weekend long event will feature panels and case studies dealing with alternative financing models. The session begins with a keynote by Erik Bäckman from YLE Audience Insight and will continue with panel discussions and case studies with experts like Greg Sanderson, commissioning executive at BBC Storyville; Claire Aguilar, VP of programming at ITVS Independent Television Service and Cara Mertes, director, Documentary Film Program, Sundance Institute. Registration deadline is March 15, and information can be found at Documentary Campus’ website.

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