For the past 12 years, the CPB/PBS Producers Workshop at WGBH has offered intensive training that encourages the best in public media production. So far, close to 250 producers have participated, creating an unparalleled roster of exciting and diverse talent for public broadcasting on all its platforms.
Now, with the support of CPB and PBS, we’ve created this social network: the Producers Workshop Online, a showcase for Workshop graduates and their projects. We invite you to browse, to look for producers with the vision and skills you need for your station or your production. New Workshoppers get added as they graduate from the program -- the 2013 Workshop was held in early April, and participants joined soon after.
Although only Workshoppers can be “members,” building pages and interacting directly on the site, the entire network is open to you: bios, discussions, photos, videos, "tips from the sessions," more. We've also included contact information, so you can get in touch with Workshoppers directly.
We’re glad you’re visiting, and we hope you find the Producers Workshop Online fun and useful. And we look forward to hearing from you!
The 2013 Producers Workshop included, for the first time, an opportunity for work after the Workshop. The Class of ’13 was invited to apply for small grants to make short videos that will be part of…Continue
My program "10 Buildings that Changed America" airs this Sunday, May 12th, at 10:00 PM Eastern/9:00 Central. (except, of all places, on WGBH Boston, where it aired last night)Please pass the word…Continue
SUNDANCE DOCUMENTARY FUND MAY 2013 FUNDING/PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES SFFS DOCUMENTARY FILM FUNDThe SFFS Documentary Film Fund will support riveting documentaries in postproduction distinguished by…Continue
We welcome you to participate in this OVEE screening and presentation.
When: April 25th at 4 pm pacific time
In this highly entertaining and informative presentation, Mr. Audette will screen clips from Frontline's "The Choice" episode to demonstrate the journalistic and storytelling methods that Frontline uses to approach an…Continue
Good news! I'm a finalist for Tribeca Film Institute's Heineken Affinity Award. But, in order to actually win the award I need your help. The winner is the filmmaker with the most votes. So, please vote for me. You can vote once a day until March 31, 2013. To vote, go to http://bit.ly/YjW09D. There you can learn more about the award and my past, current and future projects. The filmmaker with the most votes wins! Thank you so much for your support.
Thrilled to announce that Big Joy, The Adventures of James Broughton, will premier at SXSW this weekend, and then will head to Tribeca in April!
This is the film I workshopped at the Producer's Workshop way back in 2009. My time at the workshop had a big impact on this film.
Here's a clip that posted on IndieWire today:
Thanks again to all the workshoppers who helped move the…Continue
Laurens Grant screens her film Jesse Owens in Honolulu on Sat. Feb. 16 at 1pm and 7:30pm at the 2nd Annual African American and Pan African Film Festival at the Doris Duke Theater at the Honolulu museum. For info & tix: http://bit.ly/Wo4jDb