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Info from SUNDANCE DOCUMENTARY FUND
OCTOBER 2011

FUNDING/PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

CHICKEN & EGG PICTURES FALL OPEN CALL: MOTHER WIT HUMAN RIGHTS FILM FUND
The MOTHER WIT fund is dedicated to supporting films made by women about women and girls in the GLOBAL SOUTH and the U.S., who, from both sides of the camera, are taking on human and civil rights, reproductive rights, literacy, poverty, environmental and economic justice and the basic human right to THRIVE (eat, play, work, love and learn) in peace. Supports women filmmakers who are actively stretching as storytellers and are committed to taking creative risks, and who are generally at critical junctures in their careers, are open to mentorship, collaboration, community building and strategic feedback and that the project will be completed and launched in step with the social movement that needs it most. Filmmakers may be international but must have a U.S. based non-profit account or fiscal sponsor to receive funds.
Deadline: September 30, 2011 (LOI)
http://www.chickeneggpics.org/loi
 
THE FLEDGLING FUND
The Fledgling Fund supports innovative media projects at post-production or outreach and engagement stage, that can play critical roles in igniting social change. They believe that film and other creative media can bear witness to the challenges faced by vulnerable individuals, families and communities in ways that statistics can not, and that it can create a broader understanding of social problems and inspire concrete action. They also believe that well-structured and creative audience engagement initiatives can leverage media's ability to ignite social change by moving people from awareness to action. (International applicants welcome, however a U.S. based fiscal sponsor required to receive grant)
Deadline: September 30,2011 (LOI)
http://www.thefledglingfund.org/apply/

THE AFTERMATH PROJECT (STILL PHOTOGRAPHY)
The Aftermath Project is committed to telling the other half of the story of conflict — the story of what it takes for individuals to learn to live again, to rebuild destroyed lives and homes, to restore civil societies, to address the lingering wounds of war while struggling to create new avenues for peace. The yearly grant competition is open to working photographers worldwide covering the aftermath of conflict. In addition, through partnerships with universities, photography institutions and non-profit organizations, the Project seeks to help broaden the public’s understanding of the true cost of war— and the real price of peace — through international traveling exhibitions and educational outreach in communities and schools.
Deadlines:
October 1, 2011 (Conflict Photographer’s Grant and Fixer Honorarium)
November 1, 2011 (The Aftermath Project Grant)
http://www.theaftermathproject.org/ (applications will be available online soon)

CALIFORNIA COUNCIL FOR THE HUMANITIES – CALIFORNIA DOCUMENTARY PROJECT (CDP)
The California Documentary Project supports film, video, radio, and new media projects that document the California experience and explore issues of significance to Californians. Grants are available in three categories : Production, Research and Development and Public Engagement.
Deadline: October 3, 2011
http://www.calhum.org/guidelines/guidelines_cdp.htm

TRIBECA FILM INSTITUTE (TFI) GRANTS
LATIN AMERICA MEDIA ARTS FUND: Supports innovative film and video artists living and working in the Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America whose works reflect their diverse cultures in the documentary or mixed media form.
DOCUMENTARY FUND: Provides grants up to $10,000 and guidance to support exceptional character-driven, non-fiction works-in-progress that sit outside of the social issue landscape and aim to take audiences into someone else's environment and spotlight the journey of the individual. Filmmakers may be based anywhere.
TRIBECA ALL ACCESS: Supports working U.S. based filmmakers who come from communities traditionally underrepresented in the film industry, including female filmmakers and filmmakers of color, by providing grants up to $10,000, access to industry contacts, workshops, panels and year-round support.
Deadline: October 10, 2011 (All Grants)
http://www.tribecafilminstitute.org/filmmakers/taa/news/126866293.html

THE SOROS JUSTICE MEDIA FELLOWSHIPS (U.S. criminal justice)
The Soros Justice Media Fellowships support writers, print and broadcast journalists, bloggers, filmmakers, and other individuals with distinct voices proposing to complete media projects for local, regional, and national markets that engage the public and spur debate on one or more of the Open Society Foundations' U.S. criminal justice priorities. The fellowships aim to mitigate the time, space, and market constraints that often discourage individuals from pursuing important but marginalized, controversial or unpopular issues in a comprehensive manner. Media fellowships are one year in duration, and fellows are expected to make their projects their full-time work during the term of the fellowship. Projects can begin in either the spring or fall of 2012.
Deadline: October 12, 2011
http://www.soros.org/initiatives/usprograms/focus/justice/programs/...

SHAW MEDIA – HOT DOCS FUNDS
The Shaw Media-Hot Docs Funds aim to increase the quantity and quality of social, cultural and political one-off documentaries produced in Canada by Canadian-based production companies. In nurturing Canadian talent and giving voice to a diversity of viewpoints, the Funds will ultimately help Canadian documentaries reach new audiences. Funding available in both development and completion categories. ( Applicant must be a Canadian-controlled corporation based in Canada)
Deadline: October 26, 2011
http://www.hotdocs.ca/shawmedia

FRAMELINE COMPLETION FUND
The Frameline Completion Fund provides grants to emerging and established filmmakers making projects about lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and their communities. The Fund seeks to provide a much-needed source of funding for artists constantly struggling to secure the funding needed to complete their works. Grants ranging from $1,500 to $5,000 are available for works that represent and celebrate our diverse stories and reflect LGBT life in all its complexity and richness. The Fund also seeks to bring new work to under-served audiences; with this in mind, we especially encourage applications by women, people of color and transgender persons.( U.S. and International applicants are invited to apply)
Deadline: October 31,2011
http://www.frameline.org/filmmaker-support/completion-fund/funding-...

ITVS
· LINCS (LINKING INDEPENDENTS AND CO-PRODUCING PUBLIC TELEVISION STATIONS) - Provides matching funds (up to $100,000) to partnerships between US public television stations and independent producers. To apply for LINCS funds, independents must first approach a public television station and establish a partnership. Single documentaries and innovative genre combinations will be considered. Projects must have begun production as evidenced by a work-in-progress tape.
Deadline: Year Round
INTERNATIONAL CALL - Provides production and/or post-production funds for single non-fiction television documentaries that bring international perspectives, ideas, stories and people to a U.S. audience. This initiative is for non-U.S. producers and filmmakers who live outside the U.S. Please note: International Call 2012 will be a digital submissions process.
Deadline: December 9, 2011 (Application will open November 1, 2011)
DIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT FUND - Provides up to $15,000 in research and development funding to producers of color to develop single documentary programs for public television. Producers must be U.S. citizens or legal residents.
Deadline: November 11, 2011 (Applications will be accepted from approximately one to two months before the deadline).
· COMMISSIONED FUNDING - Through commissioned production funding, ITVS is looking to fund limited series (two to four episodes). For this extremely competitive fund, a program must feature content that matches the ITVS mission and excels in the art of storytelling. They fund programs from all points of view, that bring new audiences to public television and expand civic participation by bringing diverse voices into the public sphere.
Deadline: Discretionary Funding
http://www.itvs.org/funding
http://www.itvs.org/funding/edf

HOTDOCS- BLUE ICE FILM DOCUMENTARY FUND
The Hot Docs – Blue Ice Film Documentary Fund is a grant program that will provide financial support to African documentary filmmakers for development and production. Development grants of $3,000 - $8,000 and Production grants of $5,000 - $40,000 will be awarded to approximately 4 – 10 projects annually. Applications are open to professional filmmakers who are citizens and residents of continental Africa, individuals living and working in the region. In addition to financing, the initiative will also offer valuable resources to support the films’ production, professional development, and offer opportunities to points of access to the international documentary community.
Deadline: December 14, 2011
http://www.hotdocs.ca/shawmedia/hot_docs_blue_ice_film_documentary_...

LEF NEW ENGLAND– PRODUCTION/ POST-PRODUCTION FUNDING
The goal of LEF New England is to fund the work of independent film and video artists in the New England region and broaden recognition and support for their work locally and nationally. LEF invests in documentary film and video projects that demonstrate excellence in technique, originality of vision and voice, and creativity in form. The strongest proposals will be those that clearly articulate the ways in which the proposed project embodies the program’s funding criteria.
Letter of Inquiry Deadline – January 27, 2012 ( Not post-mark deadline)
http://www.lef-foundation.org/NewEngland/MovingImageFundGrants/tabi...
Please Note: LEF California supports work taking place in California, Hawaii and New Mexico. This office accepts letters of inquiry year round. More information may be found at: http://www.lef-foundation.org/California/CaliforniaFocus/HowtoApply...

TEXAS FILMMAKERS’ TRAVEL GRANT (AUSTIN FILM SOCIETY)
The Austin Film Society sets aside $10,000 annually for a travel grant program for Texas filmmakers on a rolling, year-round basis. The program is intended to help offset travel costs for Texans whose work is invited to prestigious film festivals and events around the world. Eligibility is based on the festival or event that the film has been invited to, not on the film itself, and you need not be a member of the Austin Film Society to apply. Grants will be given out as follows: $500 for a North American festival (U.S, Canada, Mexico) $1000 for an international festival.
Deadline: Rolling (These grants will be disbursed until the $10,000 earmarked for the program runs out or the fiscal year (September 1st through August 31st) ends, whichever comes first.)
http://www.austinfilm.org/page.aspx?pid=306

NPBC – AFROPOP: THE ULTIMATE CULTURAL EXCHANGE SUBMISSIONS
Afro:PoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange is a US based public television show featuring independent documentaries and short films about life, art, and culture from the contemporary African Diaspora. NBPC is looking for strong stories that will capture the breadth and scope of the diversity of experiences of contemporary African peoples.
Deadline: Rolling
http://blackpublicmedia.org/afropop-submission.php

LABS, COMPETITIONS, FELLOWSHIPS, OPPORTUNITIES, GOOD KARMA, ETC.

DOCUMENTARY CAMPUS MASTERSCHOOL 2012 (Various Cities throughout Europe)
The Masterschool, is a Europe-wide development programme offering filmmakers a unique opportunity to access the international non-fiction market. It is a tailored programme in which 15 European producer/director teams develop their documentaries at 4 workshops across Europe over an intensive nine-month period before pitching their ideas to commissioners. Projects that have already been pitched internationally are ineligible, as are projects that need to commence production before the end of the programme. Vocational training costs (up to 15,000 Euros) are covered by the Documentary Campus during the programme, however these funds must be repaid once the project goes into development and gets funding.
Deadline: September 30, 2011
http://www.documentary-campus.com/v2/page/masterschool/masterschool/

KAREN SCHMEER FILM EDITING FELLOWSHIP (New York, NY and Los Angeles, CA)
The Karen Schmeer Film Editing Fellowship was created to assist emerging editors by supporting and developing their talent, expanding their creative community, and furthering their career aspirations. In conjunction with American Cinema Editors (ACE) and other partners, the Fellowship, in its second year, offers a wide array of opportunities for promising film editors, in both documentary and fiction. (U.S. based editors only)
Deadline: September 30, 2011
http://www.karenschmeer.com/
 
RADCLIFFE INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDY – INDIVIDUAL APPLICANT – FELLOWSHIP (Boston, MA)
Radcliffe Institute sustains a continuing commitment to the study of women, gender, and society, as well as other issues . Fellowship year extends from September 2012 – May 31, 2013 and fellows are expected to reside in Boston, MA. Fellows may opt for a one or two semester fellowship and will receive a stipend (max. $70,000). Applicants in the areas of film, video, sound, and new media must have a body of independent work of significant achievement. Such work will typically have been exhibited in galleries or museums, shown in film or video festivals, or broadcast on television or radio. Fellowships in film, video, sound, and new media are awarded jointly by the Institute and the Harvard Film Study Center (filmstudycenter.org), which supports practitioners of innovative nonfiction media whose work displays exceptional promise and demonstrated accomplishment. Reviewers focus on formal innovation, personal vision, and the impact that the work has had within its field.
Deadline for applications in Humanities, Social Sciences, and Creative Arts: October 3, 2011 (11:59 PM EST)
http://www.radcliffe.edu/fellowships/apply.aspx

DOC NYC - VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY (New York, NY)
DOC NYC is a documentary festival and conference in Greenwhich village. DOC NYC is looking for some amazing volunteers to help with the second annual festival. They are looking for people to cover a wide range of activities. Any specific questions, contact Dana Krieger at Dana@docnyc.net
Deadline: October 14, 2011
Festival dates: November 2 – 10, 2011
http://www.docnyc.net/volunteer/

INPUT 2012 (Sydney, Australia)
INPUT (the acronym is derived from International Public Television) is an annual weeklong television showcase where the rules of broadcasting are challenged and redefined. It was created to promote the exchange of television programs, ideas, and production techniques among broadcasters around the world. Its goal is to challenge and motivate producers to improve the quality of public service broadcasting worldwide. INPUT 2012 will take place in Sydney, Australia on May 7-12.
Deadline: November 4, 2011
Showcase date: May 7-12, 2012
http://www.scetv.org/about/input
 
TURNSTYLE: RECEIVE FREE SOCIAL AND MOBILE CONTENT DELIVERY
Turnstyle is a new, free content delivery service for select applicants. Chosen projects will be promoted to massive public TV and public radio audiences through their websites, mobile phone apps, and blogs—and media can be selected with or without a PBS broadcast contract. Turnstyle seeks ethnically, socioeconomically, and

more opportunities as of January 2012 - Happy New Year, all!


NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES
Grants for America’s Media Makers support projects in the humanities that explore stories, ideas, and beliefs that deepen our understanding of our lives and our world. Grants for America’s Media Makers should encourage dialogue, discussion, and civic engagement, and they should foster learning among people of all ages. To that end, the Division of Public Programs urges applicants to consider more than one format for presenting humanities ideas to the public. NEH offers two categories of grants for media projects: Development Grants and Production Grants.
Deadline: January 11, 2012
http://www.neh.gov/grants/guidelines/AmMediaMakers_development.html
 
ITVS (U.S. Public television)
· OPEN CALL ROUND 1 - Open Call provides completion funds for single nonfiction public television programs on any subject, and from any viewpoint. Projects must have begun production as evidenced by a work-in-progress video. Open Call funding is only available to independent producers who are citizens or legal residents of the U.S. and its external territories
Deadline: January 13, 2012
· COMMISSIONED FUNDING - Through commissioned production funding, ITVS is looking to fund limited series (two to four episodes). For this extremely competitive fund, a program must feature content that matches the ITVS mission and excels in the art of storytelling. They fund programs from all points of view, that bring new audiences to public television and expand civic participation by bringing diverse voices into the public sphere.
Deadline: Discretionary Funding
· LINCS (LINKING INDEPENDENTS AND CO-PRODUCING PUBLIC TELEVISION STATIONS) - Provides matching funds (up to $100,000) to partnerships between US public television stations and independent producers. To apply for LINCS funds, independents must first approach a public television station and establish a partnership. Single documentaries and innovative genre combinations will be considered. Projects must have begun production as evidenced by a work-in-progress tape.
Deadline: Year Round
http://www.itvs.org/funding
http://www.itvs.org/funding/edf
 
JAN VRIJMAN FUND
The Jan Vrijman Fund is looking for creative documentaries and documentary events in developing countries. When selecting projects, the fund strives to have a minimum of 18% of the selected projects from countries from the two left columns on the DAC list (Least Developed Countries and Lower Income Countries). Furthermore applicants should be aware that the fund’s current budget does not allow to select more than 8% of the projects submitted.
Deadline: January 15, 2012
http://www.idfa.nl/industry/markets-funding/vrijman-fund/Submit-you...
 
LEF NEW ENGLAND– PRODUCTION/ POST-PRODUCTION FUNDING
The goal of LEF New England is to fund the work of independent film and video artists in the New England region and broaden recognition and support for their work locally and nationally. LEF invests in documentary film and video projects that demonstrate excellence in technique, originality of vision and voice, and creativity in form. The strongest proposals will be those that clearly articulate the ways in which the proposed project embodies the program’s funding criteria.
Letter of Inquiry Deadline: January 27, 2012 ( Not a post-mark deadline, 5:00pm in office deadline)
http://www.lef-foundation.org/NewEngland/MovingImageFundGrants/tabi...
Please Note: LEF California supports work taking place in California, Hawaii and New Mexico. This office accepts letters of inquiry year round. More information may be found at: http://www.lef-foundation.org/California/CaliforniaFocus/HowtoApply...
 
NEW FUND FOR WOMEN MEDIA ENTREPRENEURS
J-Lab: Institute for Interactive Journalism has been awarded $250,000 from the McCormick Foundation to fund eight innovative women-led news startups over the next two years. In 2012, four winners will each be given an initial $12,000 to launch their ideas. The winners will receive an additional $2,000 in the second year if they match it with $2,000 from other sources. NMWE grant funding is available for news websites, mobile news services, apps or other ideas that offer interactive opportunities to provide news and information locally, nationally or among a community of interest. These can be solo ideas or team projects spearheaded by women. Early beta versions of projects are eligible to apply.
Deadline: January 27, 2012
http://www.newmediawomen.org/application/
 
THE BERTHA BRITDOC CONNECT FUND
The Bertha BRITDOC Connect Fund The first outreach and engagement fund from Europe is open to filmmakers from around the world with smart, strategic outreach campaigns that have the ability to achieve real change on a local, regional or global level. £250,0000 a year for 3 years is available in grants.
Deadline: January 31, 2012
http://britdoc.org/real_funds/connect_fund
 
THE FLEDGLING FUND
Supports innovative media projects to help ignite social change. Films that create a broader understanding of social problems and inspiring concrete action. Seek well-structured and creative community engagement initiatives to move people from awareness to action.
Funding Cycle Opens Online: January 16, 2012 - February 17, 2012
http://www.thefledglingfund.org/media/application-process.html
 
NYSCA – NEW YORK STATE COUNCIL ON THE ARTS GRANT
Individual Artists (IND) offers support for the creation of new work by New York State artists through artist-initiated projects in electronic media (video, sound art, installations, and new technologies) and film production, and the commissioning of new work by composers and theatre artists. Artists at various career stages are welcome to apply. Because the Council cannot make grants to individuals, each application by an individual artist must be sponsored by an eligible New York State nonprofit organization. First-time applicants are strongly encouraged to consult with IND staff well before the registration deadline to identify the sponsor and briefly describe the project.
DEADLINE: Registration January 24, 2011 - February 22, 2011
CDP Funder Report Submission Deadline April 1, 2011 Note: A CDP Funder Report is a required component of all FY2012 applications.
Application Deadline April 1, 2011
http://www.nysca.org/public/guidelines/individual_artists/index.htm
 
SUNDANCE INSTITUTE DOCUMENTARY FUND
The Sundance Institute Documentary Fund is dedicated to supporting nonfiction filmmakers worldwide in the production of cinematic documentaries with contemporary social relevance. Grants ranging from $10,000 – $50,000 are awarded in development, production/post-production, and audience engagement categories. Grantees become eligible for year-round artist support activities of the Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program including creative Documentary Labs, Fellows programs at the Sundance Creative Producing Summit and the Sundance Film Festival, Work-In-Progress screenings, and editorial and creative support. Notify DFP staff if you intend to apply.
Deadline: February 9, 2012
http://www.sundance.org/programs/documentary-fund/
 
SUNDANCE INSTITUTE DOCUMENTARY FUND – AUDIENCE ENGAGEMENT GRANTS
Sundance Institute Documentary Fund (SDF) Audience Engagement grants are designed to support creative engagement campaigns using film as a tool to raise awareness and create impact. Grants support campaigns that activate audiences and stakeholders around the film toward a specific goal. Competitive projects will go beyond marketing and distribution to initiate engagement with the issues explored in the film and activate participants around the campaign goals. Available on a rolling basis to current Sundance Documentary Film Program (DFP) grantees at any stage of pre-production, production and distribution, grants can range up to $20,000 and may be for partial funding of a larger effort. When applying online please select Audience Engagement as your category for funding request and Notify DFP staff simultaneously.
Deadline: Rolling
http://www.sundance.org/programs/documentary-fund/
 
OPEN MEADOWS FOUNDATION
Open Meadows Foundation is a grant-making organization for projects that are led by and benefit women and girls, and that reflect the diversity of the community served by the project in both its leadership and organization. Open Meadows Foundation funds projects in the U.S. and abroad that are run by and for women and girls.
Received by Deadline: February 15, 2012
http://www.openmeadows.org/
 
THE ARTS COUNCIL OF THE SOUTHERN FINGER LAKES and the NEW YORK STATE GRANTS FOR ELECTRONIC MEDIA AND FILM – PRESENTATION AND FINISHING FUNDS (must be based in New York State)
Finishing Funds provides support to New York State artists for the completion of film, video, sound, new media and Web-based art. Awards are made annually and range from $500 to $2,500.
Deadline: March 15, 2012 ( postmark deadline)
http://www.earts.org/index.asp?pageId=96
 
THE BERTHA BRITDOC DOCUMENTARY JOURNALISM FUND
The Bertha BRITDOC Documentary Journalism Fund is a new global fund awarding £250,000 a year to documentary filmmakers from any country as a mixture of grants and investments. The fund supports projects at the intersection of film and investigative journalism that break the important stories of our time, expose injustice, bring attention to unreported issues, and cameras into regions previously unseen.
Deadline: Application Now Open
http://britdoc.org/real_funds/documentary_journalism_fund/
 
THE NATHAN CUMMINGS FOUNDATION’S ARTS AND CULTURE PROGRAM
Supports artistic practices, programs and policies that encourage cross-cultural and multidisciplinary collaborations inside the US, and give voice to the issues and experiences of underrepresented communities, in order to build a stronger society. Letters of Inquiry on rolling basis. Inquire now.
Year round Letters of Inquiry accepted.
http://www.nathancummings.org/programs/000016.html
 
NPBC – AFROPOP: THE ULTIMATE CULTURAL EXCHANGE SUBMISSIONS (U.S. Public Media)
Afro:PoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange is a US based public television show featuring independent documentaries and short films about life, art, and culture from the contemporary African Diaspora. NBPC is looking to support and broadcast strong stories that will capture the breadth and scope of the diversity of experiences of contemporary African peoples.
Deadline: Rolling
http://blackpublicmedia.org/afropop-submission.php
 
LABS, COMPETITIONS, FELLOWSHIPS, OPPORTUNITIES, RESOURCES, GOOD KARMA, ETC.
 
SUNDANCE INSTITUTE ALUMNI RELATIONS OFFICE
The Sundance Institute Alumni Relations office is an invaluable resource for both current grantees and previously supported artists. The office coordinates events and special opportunities for Sundance Institute artists. To ensure that you receive their emails, please add alumni@sundance.org to your address book.
 
REEL AGING : REAL CHANGE (AGING AND ELDER RIGHTS) (Washington, D.C.)
In a four-day residency, eight to ten media teams with projects about aging, will sharpen their strategies for audience and community engagement. On the final day, the teams will present their projects to the leading relevant regional, national and global NGOs, funders, government agencies, activists, and policy makers. The goal: to embed the film and media projects into collaborative campaigns between the participating media makers and the NGOs. Hosted in Washington, D.C. in collaboration with American University’s Center for Social Media and supported by the MacArthur Foundation. All nonfiction projects that explore the aging experience are eligible to apply, and applicants may be at any stage of production or distribution, from new and completed projects to works-in-progress. Registration Fee: NONE. The residency includes lodging, meals, and materials. Participants are responsible for covering their own travel; stipends are available.
Residency Dates: March 23-27, 2012
Application Deadline: January 6, 2012
http://workingfilms.org/reelaging
 
HOTDOCS- FORUM (Toronto, Canada)
Hot Docs Forum (formerly the Toronto Documentary Forum) is a dynamic pitching event that stimulates international co-production financing for projects at various levels of completion. Focused around a slate of pre-selected international project presentations showcased in front of a round table of commissioning editors, programming executives and observers from around the globe, the Hot Docs Forum’s intimate and intense format has proven extremely successful in building international partnerships and raising additional financing for both presenting and observing producers. Please notify DFP staff as soon as possible if you need a letter of support.
Final Film Submission Deadline: January 11, 2012
http://www.hotdocs.ca/conference/hot_docs_forum/#
 
THE GOOD PITCH (Europe, New York and San Francisco)
At this innovative forum, filmmaking teams pitch their project and its associated outreach campaign to NGO’s, foundations, philanthropists, brands and media with the aim of creating unique coalitions and campaigns around each film to accelerate its impact and influence. Documentary filmmakers of any nationality working on feature-length or hour-long independent documentary film projects that tackle important global and national issues and enhance our understanding of the world are eligible. Good Pitch is open to projects looking for completion funding, outreach funding, campaigning networks, or a combination of these.
@Good Pitch New York
Deadline: February 1, 2011(4pm UK time)
Good Pitch Date: May 24th, 2012
@Good Pitch Europe
Deadline: February 1, 2011
@Good Pitch San Francisco
Deadline: May 9, 2012 (4pm UK time)
Good Pitch Date October 2012
http://britdoc.org/real_good/gp2012
 
2012 BAVC MEDIA MAKER FELLOWS
The 2012 BAVC MediaMaker Fellows program is designed to engage artists in a year-long series of opportunities that support project development through professional mentorship in multiplatform and transmedia storytelling through emerging technologies, strategic social media, marketing, and fundraising.
Deadline: Monday, January 16th, 2012 5:00pm
Late application deadline: Wednesday, February 1, 2012 5:00pm ($40 entry fee)
http://www.bavc.org/mediamaker-application
 
THE LIKHACHEV FOUNDATION
The Likhachev Foundation (St. Petersburg, Russia) together with the Committee on External Relations of Saint Petersburg and B. Yeltsin Presidential Center is accepting proposals for a two-week cultural fellowship in Russia from May 7-22, 2011 for American professionals in the field of arts and culture who are working on projects related to Russian culture.
Deadline: January 22, 2012
http://cf.lfond.spb.ru/about/announce/

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