Television will get its own turn at the independent market this July.
The Independent Television Festival, running July 28-31, will provide a jumping-off point for independent talents.
“A festival like ITVF is long overdue,” said executive director A.J. Tesler. “Television is such an essential medium that connects people all over the world, and we need an outlet to discover new talent.”
ITVF will take place at Raleigh Studios. Deadline for late submissions has been extended to Friday through Withoutabox.com.
For more information, visit Itvfest.org.