Tribeca Film Institute Filmmaker Grants & Programs

A previous post summarizing the various Grants and Labs of the Sundance Institute proved popular, so here’s a similar, though more concise, look at the filmmaker support offerings of the Tribeca Film Institute. All of these programs appear to have the same deadlines: November 8 (early, reduced application fee) & December 8 (final postmark), but make sure to check out their site for updates – descriptions and information have been taken from there.


Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund

About:
The Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund provides finishing funds to feature-length documentaries which highlight and humanize issues of social importance from around the world. Funded films are driven by thoughtful and indepth storytelling, bolstered by a compelling visual approach. Grants will range between $10,000-$25,000 in 2011.

More information:
Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund
FAQ


TFI Documentary Fund

About:
The TFI Documentary Fund is a newly-announced initiative in partnership with HBO Documentary Films which fosters the develop of engaging, character-driven documentaries. The Fund includes arranging one-on-one meetings with key executives as well as $100,000 in fellowships and grants to films in the advanced stages of development, production, or post-production.

More information:
TFI Documentary Fund
FAQ


TFI Latin America Media Arts Fund

About:
The TFI Latin America Media Arts Fund supports innovative documentary and narrative film and video artists who are living or working in Mexico, Central and South America and working independently in their efforts to reach a larger audience.

More information:
TFI Latin America Media Arts Fund


Tribeca All Access

About:
Tribeca All Access provides established and emerging documentary and narrative filmmakers from traditionally under-represented communities with unprecedented access to industry professionals, giving them the contacts, knowledge and confidence they need to make their films. In addition, TAA includes grants of $10,000, one-on-one meetings with industry, career development workshops, and informational panels. Beginning with TAA 2011, program alumni will also be eligible for $5,000-$10,000 grants for previous TAA projects or for new alumni projects – submissions will be handled separately beginning November 8.

More information:
Tribeca All Access
FAQ


TFI Sloan Filmmaker Fund

About:
The TFI Sloan Filmmaker Fund seeks exceptional narrative work that is scientifically relevant, accurate, and exciting, provide grants of $10,000 – $40,000 in support of narrative feature film projects that explore scientific, mathematical, or technological themes in their storylines, or that feature a leading character who is a scientist, engineer, innovator or mathematician.

More information:
TFI Sloan Filmmaker Fund
FAQ

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