IDA supports feature-length explorations of original, contemporary stories that integrate journalistic practice into the filmmaking process. During the last decade, the contraction of print and broadcast media and the expansion of digital platforms spurred an unprecedented crossover between journalism and independent nonfiction filmmaking. Documentarians, working
ScreenCraft’s Film Fund, backed by BondIt Media Capital, considers shorts, features, documentaries and series pilots, and is offering one or two selected projects a production grant up to $30,000! To submit your project, submit via the link below: https://screencraft.org/fund/
Apply Now | 2018 NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship The NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship is a $7,000 unrestricted cash award open to individual and collaborative artists living and working in New York State. The NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship is offered in fifteen different disciplines over a three-year cycle period.
VSCO Voices is a six month grant program run by VSCO and Access Ventures. The program supports creators who use art as their vehicle to empower marginalized communities in the United States. Gain a Support System — Receive $20,000 in funding and the mentorship you need to carry
THE ULTIMATE FILM GRANT LIST — SPRING/SUMMER 2018
The India China Institute is calling applications for up to six $3,000 grants for The New School undergraduate and graduate students. Starr Summer Travel Research Grants aim to support independent study projects, or to defray the cost of attending a New School program in India
If you’re trying to fund a documentary or video journalism project, you’ll want to watch out for these approaching deadlines. From fellowships to grants, these funds are a great way to begin or produce a non-fiction film whether you’re a freelancer or news organization. For
Fulbright Engage Video Competition Winner, Gary Boyd: http://www.fulbright.ie/fulbright-engage-video-competition-winner-selected. Gary Boyd, a 3rd year student of Film & Television at Institute of Art, Design + Technology, Dún Laoghaire, has been selected as the winner of the Fulbright Engage Video Competition! The Competition sought proposals from students to
The IFP combines pre-departure preparation, in-country seminars, summer fieldwork, & independent research with faculty supervision. We are still accepting applications for the following sites: Argentina Colombia Ethiopia Please Note: Cuba, South Africa, and Turkey are unable to receive any new applicants. Apply online to the 2016 IFP! Deadline Extended to Wednesday,
Media Studies Professor, Joel Schlemowitz has been awarded a post-production grant from New York State Council of the Arts through a sponsorship from the Film-Makers’ Cooperative (New American Cinema Group Inc) for his latest film project, “Downtown Sound,” a film about avant-garde music in New York
Deirdre Fishel, a SMS faculty member in Screenwriting, has been awarded a 2014 MacArthur Documentary Grant for her documentary project, Care. Fishel was one of the 18 recipients selected from a pool of 500 applicants. “This year’s documentaries illuminate serious issues in approachable, creative, and engaging
Joel Schlemowitz has received a grant from the Puffin Foundation for the completion of a short experimental documentary on the anti-nuclear protests in Tokyo, Japan. Also, his short film “In Springtime” will be at the Brooklyn Film Festival in the beginning of June.
Congratulations to Nitin Sawhney – he was awarded a Finishing Funds grant from the ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes for his documentary Flying Paper. The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes, administrator of the statewide Electronic Media and Film Finishing Funds grant
This Spring, Jessica Blaustein was awarded a Research Seed Grant by The New School Green Fund for her Lifecycles of Information research project. Congratulations! The Life Cycles of Information is a research project that will take place through the Spring 2013 Urban Media Lab: Waste