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05/17/21 11:59 PM PT
Opportunity for USA, Canada, and International filmmakers to participate in fellowships and programs. Funding is intended to assist filmmakers in the completion of fiction feature-length projects. Four tracks are included in this opportunity. Applicants will be considered for every program, grant, and fellowship for which they are eligible.
The development track has one open application that allows your fiction feature work-in-progress screenplay to be considered for the following programs, fellowships, and grants:
The application includes questions to determine your eligibility for each program and fellowship, and you will automatically be considered for all programs and fellowships for which you are eligible.
For the 2022 Development Track and beyond, the Sundance Institute has made a commitment to continue and deepen its outreach and support across all underrepresented groups. For this reason, the Institute decided to discontinue the Asian American and Latinx Fellowships. Please know that this does not indicate a reduced desire to support artists from these communities. Upon deeper examination of the programs through a racial equity lens, it has been determined that offering specific fellowships for the same communities every year does not allow the Institute to maximize impact on an equitable basis within the communities most marginalized, and where annual reporting indicates the most room to improve. The Institute will still support Asian American and Latinx artists among a diverse cohort in the Development Track programs, and will continue to make it a priority to identify and amplify voices from all traditionally marginalized communities.
GrantWatch ID#: 154525
For the Screenwriters Lab in Utah, the Institute covers the cost of travel, accommodations, and food for up to two participants per project. For the Screenwriters Intensive, travel and accommodations are not covered, but the Institute does offer a small stipend to fellows coming from outside Los Angeles to help offset those costs when those programs are conducted in LA.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply Online: https://apply.sundance.org/acc/l/?next=/prog/251204/apply/
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