Foundation / Corporation
Tribeca Film Institute (TFI)
11/05/19 11:59 PM EST and Postmarked by Date
Grants of $10,000 to USA, Canada, and International filmmakers, screenwriters, and producers to support full-length documentary and scripted film projects. Funding is intended to support projects from both emerging and established filmmakers whose team includes a director that is from an under-represented community in the U.S. film industry. Eligible projects must have one qualifying director, producer, or screenwriter attached. There are no requirements in terms of film subject matter, genre or budget range.
Consideration will be given to projects at any stage of development, from screenplays and treatments through post-production. Projects of any budget range and genre are welcome to apply. Directors should be applying with their first or second feature films.
Grantees will participate in roundtables and info sessions with industry during the Tribeca Film Festival – including Tribeca Film Institute’s center-piece film market, TFI Network.
In addition to providing a grant, TFI works closely with the recipients and helps them develop professional relationships throughout the film industry via networking opportunities such as, TFI Network, panels, workshops and other events during the Tribeca Film Festival. Tribeca All Access also provides year-round, customized support in order to advance projects through completion.
GrantWatch ID#: 176133
Seven scripted filmmakers and seven documentary filmmakers will receive grants.
Grants are in the amount of $10,000.
Tribeca All Access will provide a travel stipend to help cover the cost of airfare and accommodation for primary participants who do not reside in the New York City metro area.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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