A Documentary Workspace
FOR INDIE AND EARLY-CAREER
The Interesting Institute is a home for work which uses documentary film, journalism, photography, philosophy and interactive media to analyze and respond to issues of culture, history, technology, art - and whatever else we feel like.
The space is three things:
1. A place to work. Better than a coffee shop, with shared resources and a sense of community, it is ideal for early-career and freelance professionals.
2. A place to talk. We use the space for discussion of ideas, a sense of accountability to your schedule, and to get advice from other members.
3. A place to show. A platform for getting something in front of its first audience - we have resources for a screening, a speech, a presentation or a group edit.
We started this place because we wanted somewhere to go everyday to be around people who do similar work, who care whether we show up or not, and who help us achieve our goals.
We're one space in a larger artist community, with all the amenities you need: Internet, parking, kitchenette, common space, etc. And we're cheap. Like, a lot cheaper than WeWork.
DIFFERENT SPACES FOR
WHAT YOU NEED
Become a member!
24 hour access
Internet, Parking, Kitchen, Coffee, all the things
Screening Room/ Edit Rooms
available for members
If you're a doc person and you just need a day away from your usual coffee shop or office space, or you're in from out of town, you're welcome to come use the space anytime.
FREE POP INS: just get in touch.
ADDRESS: 300 SOUTH ANDERSON STREET, LOS ANGELES, CA 90033