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Introducing IFA'S New Masterclass Series!

Updated: Apr 2

Independent Film Arizona is so excited to share with you the launch of our newest and most exciting addition to the IFA lineup, IFA's Masterclass Series exclusively for IFA Members!

In this new series we will be bringing independent film experts from around the world to share with our members their expertise. We are ready to begin providing real world training to our members. Our first Masterclass is going to explore the world of crowdfunding and give you a step by step lesson plan on how to achieve the best outcome when launching a crowdfunding campaign.

We are committed to growing and expanding our outreach to not only Arizona Filmmakers but Filmmakers from throughout the globe. We would to extend a invitation to all those who have been interested in possibly joining IFA or simply would like to find out more about what we have to offer. So as a one time courtesy we have decided to make this amazingly valuable class FREE to all those who would like to attend.


You MUST PRE-REGISTER in order to attend this Masterclass.

Click on the link below to make sure you don't miss out!


Most About Our Guest Lecturer:

Kasia Kruk is a Polish-American New York-based crowdfunding strategist and producer. Using her experience to conceptualize strategic campaigns as well as offering hands-on services, she has helped numerous filmmakers run successful crowdfunding campaigns.

As a producer, she worked on a stop-motion short film, The HALLOWEEN PRANKSTA with Mark Hamill, and award-winning films, such as NOTHING ABOUT CHLOE and GOOD BOY. Kasia is committed to making a social impact with storytelling and is passionate about exploring how scientific concepts can be expressed in art.





 

We have great news on one of the New Arizona Film Incentives bills making their way through the legislature. Wednesday, March 23rd the Arizona House Appropriations Committee convened to discuss and vote on SB 1708, Arizona's newest film incentive bill. The debate was lively and spirited with many legislatures asking a lot of questions. Gratefully the bill was passed by a vote of 8-5 and now will move on to the full House where it will again most likely be amended before it is brought to the floor for a final vote. If approved the bill will then make its way to the Governor desk where it is very likely that he will sign the bill into law. Once the is signed it is scheduled to take effect on January 1st, 2023.

We will continue to keep you updated on the progress of both SB 1708 and SB 1710 which does not have an update at this time. Thank you so very much for your support of these bills which will have an enormously positive effect on new films coming to Arizona!

For more information regarding each bill we have provided links below.




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