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Workshop presentation by Sarah Mosses, Producer at the Channel 4 BRITDOC Foundation. ...

Workshop presentation by Sarah Mosses, Producer at the Channel 4 BRITDOC Foundation.

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  • 1. Using Film to Inspire ChangeSarah MossesGood Screenings ProducerChannel 4 BRITDOC Foundationsarahm@britdoc.orgwww.britdoc.org
  • 2. About the C4 BRITDOC Foundation....!! Now 5 years old...Supported by Channel 4, PUMA, and a growing number of UK and US Foundations!! We fund films, over 60 wonderful titles to date. Winners at Sundance, Berlin, Tribeca, Edinburgh, Grierson, BAFTA and many more!! We run the Good Pitch - an international event for filmmakers, NGO’s, Brands, Philanthropists and media!! We help filmmakers to strategise and evaluate the impact of their films!! We innovate and create new www.britdoc.org business models online - Good Screenings, Good Film, VODO
  • 3. Who“The Foundations success so far is testament to the public appetitefor award-winning films with something important to say, from BlackGold to Afghan Star, Chosen to The End of the Line, and we lookforward to continuing our support for its work.”David Abraham, CEO, Channel 4
  • 4. Why?“Great documentaries, like all good works of art, enable us to seeand understand more of the world than we’d be able to simplythrough our own senses. They give us an extra pair of eyes.”Alain de Botton
  • 5. Good PitchFilms are the best medium for changing hearts and minds andlives, by bringing stories and issues to the widest possibleaudiences. Films inspire people to engage and act.That’s why we broker relationships between Foundations, Charities,NGOs, Brands, Philanthropists, Media and Filmmakers
  • 6. Good PitchThe Good Pitch brings together filmmakers with NGOs, foundations, philanthropists,brands and media around leading social issues – to forge coalitions and campaignsthat are good for all these partners, good for the films and good for society.
  • 7. A Small Act PitchIn the last 10 years documentaries are increasingly being recognised as a key medium for communicating social justiceissues and inspiring social change. More such films are being made and there have been some high profile examplesincluding Supersize Me, An Inconvenient Truth, Sicko, Jamie’s School Dinners, The Cove and The Age of Stupid. As aconsequence, filmmakers are finding new partners (both fiscal and non-fiscal) in constituencies that would nottraditionally be considered – or consider themselves – media funders and/or partners.
  • 8. Impact of the Good PitchFACTS & FIGURESOVER 60 FILMS PITCHED, OVER 700 PARTICIPATING ORGANISATIONS, OVER $1.9M LEVERAGED IN FUNDINGFEEDBACK FROM FILMMAKERS*98% would recommend the Good Pitch to colleagues making social issue films or have already81% of filmmaker respondents established new relationships72% strengthen preexisting relationships as a direct result of Good PitchFEEDBACK FROM PARTICIPANTS*97% indicated they would attend again82% indicated that Good Pitch effectively facilitates collaboration in the field of social issue documentary film* Figures have been compiled from respondents to the Fledgling Fund report Assessing the Impact of Good Pitch,carried out Summer 2010. Full Report available on www.goodfilm.org
  • 9. Good Filmgoodfilm.org is an online campaigning tool that links filmmakers tochange-makers through the issues that drive them bothThird sector organisations will sign up and log information about the issuesthey are involved in. Selected filmmakers create profiles and add their films,tagging the issues raised by their work. Goodfilm.org connects the two -designed to facilitate co-operation and partnerships at all stages of a film’slife - development, production, around the release or broadcast and foryears afterwards.
  • 10. Good Film
  • 11. Matching based on key thematic ideasTo enhance relationships organisations are ‘matched’ to films using atagging system.The Foundation will allow all organisations to create a profile, selecting onlythe best films to be showcased on the site
  • 12. Good ScreeningsNon-theatrical distribution platform for social issue documentariesRange of themes explored on the platformStrategic tie-ins with existing campaigns
  • 13. Easy booking systemApplicable to all types of screening ‘hosts’
  • 14. Age of StupidOxfam Cycle Powered CinemaCreate innovative screening events to engage to ‘core’ and the‘outsider’
  • 15. The Yes Men Fix The WorldBrighton Outdoor ScreeningAttract attention in your own community
  • 16. Audience Booklets
  • 17. End of the Line EvaluationFull evaluation to be launched at the start of February, available todownload from www.britdoc.org
  • 18. Using Film to Inspire ChangeSarah MossesGood Screenings ProducerChannel 4 BRITDOC Foundationsarahm@britdoc.orgwww.britdoc.org