The Women’s Film Preservation Fund (WFPF) of New York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT) is opening submissions for its film PRESERVATION grants for the 2020 cycle on October 1, 2020. The deadline is February 1, 2021. Since 1995 the WFPF has been bringing awareness
Announcing the Film Care Package Initiative from MONO NO AWARE In an effort to remain actively supportive of the film community during shelter in place, cinema-arts non-profit MONO NO AWARE has launched a Film Care Package Initiative. This program mirrors our organization’s established in-person initiatives
2020-21 GIDEST FELLOWSHIPS FOR RESEARCH AND CREATIVE PRACTICE Deadline: February 10, 2020 GIDEST (The Graduate Institute for Design, Ethnography & Social Thought) invites New School full- and part-time faculty and New School doctoral students to submit applications for resident fellowships for the 2020–2021 academic year. We welcome applications
NYC Media Lab has launched new open calls that total $200,000 in available funds for prototyping and entrepreneurship. Apply today to take your ideas to the next level. NYC Media Lab is proud to share several open calls we’re developing with our corporate member companies
Looking for money to pay for school or fund your next project? The Media Student Council will be hosting a Scholarship/Grants Workshop for Media Grad Students. In this workshop, an advisor from the Scholarship Advising Office will present tips and tools to find the money
Impact Entrepreneurship Graduate Fellowship The Impact Entrepreneurship Graduate Fellowship seeks to address the lack of diversity within the entrepreneurship sector in the U.S. by supporting high-potential leaders from underrepresented backgrounds in overcoming barriers to entrepreneurship participation in the U.S. economy. We believe diversity is fundamental
Center for Communication to Honor Disney’s Rita Ferro at Annual Award Luncheon The Center for Communication announced July 9 that Rita Ferro, President, Disney Advertising Sales, will receive its Frank Stanton Award for Excellence in Communication at the Center’s annual luncheon at the New York event space
Become the Next Fellow! The Center for Communication annually awards the Carole Cooper and Richard Leibner Journalism Fellowship to a New York area female college junior, senior, or graduate student. The Fellow will receive a generous stipend up to $5000 while interning at the Center for Communication during the
Follow through to this link to see a large variety of grants that all filmmakers should be aware about for this year, 2019!
No Film School has compiled a massive list of grants for filmmakers for the Summer, Fall, and Winter. Head over to their website for more information and to browse the grant list.
FALL 2018 FILM FUND GRANT PROGRAM IS OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS NOW FOR SHORT FILMS, FEATURE FILMS, DOCUMENTARIES AND SERIES PILOTS. Every 6 months, up to two filmmakers will be awarded this production grant of up to $30,000 in production funds. They announce the winner(s) 6
MORRIS AND ROSLYN FIERBERG STUDENT FILM AWARD Program The annual Morris and Roslyn Fierberg Student Film Award Program was established in memory of two longtime members of the Rehoboth Beach Film Society. The purpose of this award program is to encourage student film production by
FILMMAKING GRANTS FILMMAKERS WITHOUT BORDERS supports independent filmmakers around the world via grants and other funding initiatives. Supported projects include narrative films, documentary films, and new media projects at various stages of production (development, production, post-production, distribution) that align with themes of social justice, women’s voices,
The Center for the Humanities is currently circulating a wide range of opportunities which are now open for application: Call for Papers: Breaking Through: Textures & Aesthetics of Rupture Deadline: Mon, Jan 1, 2018 | 2018 English Students’ Association Graduate Conference Click here to learn more
The Jesse Thompkins III Foundation for Young People in the Arts is now accepting applications from screenwriter/directors, Ages 18-34. The Jesse Thompkins III Foundation for Young People in the Arts Awards unrestricted grants to screenwriter/directors ages 18-34, who are US citizens, residing in New York