Five Women, Five Days, and a Five Minute Documentary
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Yesterday was the final day of the International Documentary Challenge competition. The team (Emily Wathen, Megan Orr, Gabriella Garcia-Pardo, Nicole Ricci and myself) put in many hours over the past five days to complete our five minute documentary "Towpath Joe." Kudos to the entire team! Now it's time to get some rest.

 

About the International Documentary Challenge

The International Documentary Challenge is a timed filmmaking competition where filmmakers have 5 days to make a short non-fiction film (4-7 minutes.) All of the registered participants make their films from Feb. 26-March 2, 2014 and are required to upload the movie by Midnight (your local time) on March 2nd. In addition to being restricted on time, the filmmakers must choose between 2 assigned documentary genres (such as Biography, Music, 1st Person, etc.) and are assigned a specific theme (such as "Freedom") that will dictate the content and direction of their film. The top 12 films (determined by a panel of judges) premiere at the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Film Festival in Toronto where the Winners are announced. After the premiere, there are additional theatrical screenings in major cities and possible television exposure. The films compete in June at The Audience Awards.com and receive digital distribution in The Audience Awards' library.
More at: http://www.docchallenge.com/about-the-doc-challenge