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A Massive List of Winter 2019 Grants All Filmmakers Should Know About
A Massive List of Winter Grants All Filmmakers Should Know About
The A3 Foundation is a non-profit whose mission is to foster and support Asian American artists in media. Get the latest A3 news from our Facebook Page. The A3 Foundation ensures talented Asian American artists have the resources they need to succeed in the competitive entertainment marketplace through providing funding, a network, and community. We believe in investing in people — the artists behind the magic in both traditional and online media. This means increasing the number of writers who can create a diverse range of characters, casting directors who will be open to Asian American actors in non-explicitly Asian American roles, and experienced Asian American actors who are ready to take the roles. The Sundance Asian American Fellowship is a unique partnership with the Sundance Institute to create opportunities for artists with an Asian American themed projects to participate in the prestigious Sundance Directors Lab and Screenwriters Lab Programs.
The Ultimate Film Grant List — Updated February 2019!
Great list for filmmakers to find funding in Asian countries. Submit your project to international grants that specifically fund Asian film. It's easy, just see the grants's requirements and then enter the documents they require to fund your film. 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 that align with themes of social justice, empowerment, and cultural exchange.
The Center for Asian American Media CAAM is the only national nonprofit organization dedicated exclusively to supporting the work of Asian American film and media makers and to ensuring their work is seen by wide audiences on public television and in community and educational settings. CAAM provides development, production, and outreach grants for individual contemporary or historical nonfiction media projects produced by Asian American directors and producers. MacArthur support enables CAAM to increase grant support for projects and to work with A-DOC, a new Asian American filmmaker-initiated network, to provide mentoring and professional development opportunities for emerging Asian American filmmakers across the United States, ultimately resulting in more diverse narratives reaching and informing the American public. The Center for Asian American Media will produce Wounds We Carry, a documentary film directed by Michael Siv, that follows the journey of a group of Cambodian Americans as they travel back to Cambodia to observe the trials, tell their stories before the Cambodian Tribunal, and seek some form of justice. The group includes four elderly genocide survivors, Cambodian-born advocate and scholar Dr.