Mentors - Programming: Basil Tsiokos (Nantucket Film Festival & Sundance Assoc)
Saturday, March 12
11:00AM - 12:30PM
Austin Convention Center
531 E 4th St
Festivals and markets are as vital as ever in today's filmmaking scene. Learn what to do - and more importantly, what not to do - when it comes to festival submissions, festival attendance, and beyond for your films.
This Mentor Session requires advance online sign up and is available to all Film, Gold, and Platinum badgeholders on a first-come, first-served basis. Online sign ups will open in February.
Registrants who sign up online must check-in 30 minutes before their mentor time slot to guarantee their spot. Limited on-site sign up is also available for a small number of Mentor Sessions spots and will begin 30 minutes before the first time slot of each session.
Film Program Dir
Nantucket Film Festival
Basil Tsiokos is a Programming Associate for the Sundance Film Festival, Film Program Director for the Nantucket Film Festival, and Director of Programming for DOC NYC. He teaches a course at Pratt...Show the rest
Basil Tsiokos is a Programming Associate for the Sundance Film Festival, Film Program Director for the Nantucket Film Festival, and Director of Programming for DOC NYC. He teaches a course at Pratt on film festivals and oversees Wallabout, a student short film festival. Basil co-produced the feature documentary THE CANAL STREET MADAM (World Premiere, SXSW Competition 2010). He was the Artistic and Executive Director of NewFest: The NY LGBT Film Festival between 1996-2008. Basil writes about documentaries daily at what (not) to doc and via Twitter @1basil1. He holds a Masters degree from New York University and two undergraduate degrees from Stanford University.Hide the rest