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

Where:DCTV
87 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10013

When: Thursday, March 22, 2018

7:00pm 
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.”

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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.

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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.