Foundation / Corporation
Berkeley Film Foundation (BFF)
05/18/20 12:00 Noon
Grants to California students and filmmakers in eligible regions to create animation films, short dramatic works, and documentaries. Funding is intended to support projects that are already in the production, post-production, or distribution stages. Eligible applicants are Bay Area emerging and established independent filmmakers producing films that combine intellectual clarity with creative use of the medium. For general grants, filmmakers must work or live in Berkeley, Emeryville, Albany, El Cerrito, Richmond or Oakland. Applicants for student grants must be currently enrolled in a full-time film studies program in Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, or Marin.
GrantWatch ID#: 153759
Up to $12,000 for general awards. Up to $5,000 for student awards.
The Saul Zaentz award is $25,000 and The Al Bendich award is $20,000.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
For content assistance please contact the Berkeley Film Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For technical assistance, including troubles accessing your account or uploading files, please contact Submittable Support at email@example.com.
USA: California: General applicants - Berkeley, Emeryville, Albany, El Cerrito, Richmond and Oakland; Student applicants - Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, and Marin.
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