Are you a Chicago-area independent filmmaker who has a disability, or who is making a film about disability or inclusion?
Kartemquin has partnered with ReelAbilities Chicago, the largest film festival in the United States dedicated to sharing the human experience of disability through art and film, to offer ReeLabs––an exclusive critique and discussion of works-in-progress by up to six eligible local filmmakers.
The intimate feedback session is open for incomplete projects at any stage of production, and will take place on Tuesday, October 3rd 2017.
Please complete the ReeLabs submission form for consideration into the program.
Have questions or comments? Contact Matt Lauterbach, ReelAbilities Chicago Co-Director at firstname.lastname@example.org
The KTQ Labs program is a free monthly service at which filmmakers present their demos and rough cuts to the Kartemquin community in return for constructive critique. The program has helped improve over 100 projects in the past decade, including some of the best Midwest-made documentaries in recent years, such as What’s the Matter with Kansas?, Louder Than A Bomb, Andrew Bird: Fever Year, Quest, and many more.
The 2017 ReelAbilities Film Festival is coming to Chicago October 4-8! Visit the festival’s official website here.