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Artist News | Fiscal Sponsorship

There’s plenty of art to see and experience this June, including books, films, and artworks by Fiscally Sponsored artists! With Memorial Day behind us, summer is kicking into full swing. Enjoy the warm weather with celebration and cheer for the array of creative work being presented by NYFA’s Fiscally Sponsored artists and organizations. Bask in…

Conversations | Flavio Alves and Roy Wol’s “The Garden Left Behind” Premieres at SXSW

“We respect each other’s positions and collaborate on almost every decision…Instead of putting each other into boxes, we work as a family.” – Roy Wol This month, The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) will celebrate the world premiere of NYFA Fiscally Sponsored film The Garden Left Behind at SXSW. This trailblazing film traces…

Event | eBay My Film: How We Raised Over $100,000 on eBay

Thursday, January 17 Event Presented by Roy Wol and Flavio Alves at NYFA in Brooklyn. These days, crowdfunding sites are saturated with people asking for the same thing: money. Join the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) on Thursday, January 17 to learn the nuts and bolts of how independent filmmakers Roy Wol and Flavio…

Creative Careers | Three Early-Career Filmmakers on Audience-Building and Engagement

With help from Eugene Hernandez, Deputy Director of the Film Society of Lincoln Center, we explore the relationship of three filmmakers to their audiences. Films are created for audiences to experience, and audiences in turn are essential to a filmmaker’s career. With help from Eugene Hernandez, Deputy Director of The Film Society of Lincoln Center,…

Fiscal Sponsorship Grit II: Work in Progress Highlights

“I like to tell stories about communities that lack meaningful structures of support.  I feel compelled to tell stories that strike me on a human level.” – Flavio Alves, Project Director, The Garden Left Behind Immigration and assimilation in the United States are timely themes addressed in Ragtime on Ellis Island and The Garden Left Behind…