2017 Meeting Schedule:
NIFP Meetings happen on the third Thursday of each month.
April 20th, 2017- Omaha Meeting @ Image Arts Building.
Friday, October 20th from 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm at The Chocolate Bar, Grand Island. Prairie Lights Film Festival.
Nebraska Independent Film Projects October meeting (held as the opener to PLFF’17) will include a meet and greet with tons of Nebraska filmmakers. Find out about upcoming projects and network! We have an important announcement to reveal.
December 21st, 2017 YEAR END GREET TOGETHER -TBA
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What do you want from your Nebraska 501(c)3 film organization? What would you find valuable as a paid member? What do you want from the meetings? What topics would you like to discuss?
Your opinion matters. Do you have a short piece you’d like to share? We’ll make time for a couple each month.
Bring it on a USB drive or provide a link. Be prepared for feedback.
Beverages and snacks will be provided. Hope to see you there!
Why, When, and Where
NIFP meetings bring members together IRL to share their work, offer feedback, and ask questions about the process. We try
to share experiences from the production, writing or directing backgrounds of video, TV and film. We are a pretty honest and open, try to be a friendly group of filmmakers.
Where does NIFP meet?
We meet there every Third Thursday at 6PM Unless Otherwise Noted!
We previously met at the Mary Riepma Ross Theatre, but also enjoyed the State Theater downtown and met for years at the old TELEPRO location. If you have ideas for a meeting spaces that are friendly to indie film discussion and consumption of adult beverages, let us know! That includes Lincoln/Omaha/Nebraska!
NIFP was a member of AIVF for many years. They hosted monthly salons as a member of the Association for Independent Video and Filmmakers. AIVF had nearly 5,000 members internationally and was known for the support and resources it offers independent artists. AIVF ceased doing business in June 2006. NIFP was also a member of NAMAC, www.namac.org, a national organization that is committed to furthering the media arts.