We’re excited to invite you to the March 2018 gathering of The Video Consortium, a creative community of the world’s leading video journalists and nonfiction filmmakers that promotes and fosters socially-conscious, thought-provoking storytelling for a new era of media.

We’ll be co-hosting this event at the beautiful DCTV headquarters in downtown New York City (DCTV is also a member of KitSplit—you can check out their gear here!). The night will begin with mingling, drinks, and snacks, following by screenings of a few curated nonfiction shorts and a casual Q&A by the filmmakers. Per tradition, we’ll be keeping the films and filmmakers a secret until the event, but there’s always a great slate of nonfiction videos and film excerpts: at previous events with Video Consortium, we’ve screened pieces including a NYT 3D piece on the Olympics, a short by Oscar-award nominated documentary directors Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady, a preview of director Erin Lee Carr’s HBO documentary ‘Mommy Dead and Dearest‘, and more.

The Video Consortium March Gathering

87 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10013

When: Thursday, March 22, 2018

doors open, hang out with drinks, pizza, good vibes
8:15pm screenings commence, followed by Q&A’s with each director
9:30pm mingling continues
10:00pm party moves to a nearby bar.

Tickets: $10, RSVP here

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About KitSplit:

KitSplit is the startup and community platform re-imagining the Hollywood production studio as a local marketplace. We enable all visual storytellers, regardless of background and budget, to become their own studio with access to world-class gear and services. Today we are the largest rental marketplace and community for gear rentals, and Forbes and Fast Company have called us “the AirBNB of cameras.”


About The Video Consortium:

The Video Consortium is a creative network of the world’s leading video journalists and nonfiction filmmakers. We promote and foster socially-conscious, thought-provoking, truthful storytelling for a new era of media.


About Downtown Community Television Center (DCTV):

DCTV is a media arts center that fosters diverse viewpoints by providing professional training, state-of-the-industry resources, and by creating outstanding documentary productions, with the belief that diversity of expression strengthens our democracy and enhances civil society. You can rent their gear on KitSplit here.