Foundation / Corporation
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Grants to Canada independent production companies to develop original content and intellectual property. First-time applicants must contact the funding source prior to applying. Funding is intended to help companies create materials for commercial distribution. Priority will be given to applications that support multiple projects (no more than three), which can be multi-platform. At least one of the programs must be an audio-visual project.
Funding is available as a non-interest bearing advance, of 100% of eligible costs repayable from production financing (on a per project basis).
Short or Long Form* scripted series (live action and animated) in the genres of drama, documentary, lifestyle, and factual for television and/or digital platforms.
*Including limited series and podcasts, as well as one-off feature-length documentaries made for TV.
*Excluding subsequent seasons
GrantWatch ID#: 182878
Per Project: Maximum Request $25,000
2 Project Slate: Maximum Request $50,000
3 Project Slate: Maximum Request $75,000
Minimum Request for any slate is $20,000.
Bell Fund has the discretion to reduce the amount awarded in order to allow funding for more applicants.
Broadcaster-affiliated companies are limited to a maximum of 15% of the available funds in a program.
Timelines will be assessed based on the deliverables. However, the expectation is that the projects will be delivered within a maximum 12 months from Bell Fund approval.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Register and apply online: https://application.bellfund.ca/Login.aspx
First-time applicants must book a one-on-one information session via email at email@example.com.
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