Having Trouble Finishing Your Film? Maybe You Could Get a Grant

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by Melissa Silverstein
March 13, 2012 10:47 AM
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The Women in Film Foundation announces the 27th cycle of their finishing fund grants which provide up to $15,000 in cash as well as some serious in-kind donations towards finishing your film.

The current cycle is now open and you can apply until May 18Here is the info.

The fund has given out over $2 million in grants

Here are some of the rules:

  • A documentary filmmaker must have completed principal photography and a rough cut.
  • A narrative filmmaker must have finished 90% of principal photography and a rough cut at the time of application. 
  • Filmmakers do not have to be Women In Film members to apply for the FFF, however this year, if you are a member of WIF, you will receive a reduced application fee. 
  • Please note that student projects are not eligible to receive Film Finishing Funds.

One recent success of the fund is Circumstance which won the audience award at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. 

Go forth and apply!

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  • Demetria Pearson | March 21, 2012 3:33 PMReply

    Please allow me to hear from you by email, I've have a need to make an movie and I've need to have a need to get it going right way, This Is a friend of Mine in honor of her and her legency .she left behind. Please do contact me as soon as possible at (Sparkleannekim@aol.com) , by email only ! please do allow me to have access to over $3 Million Dollars in the making and , getting Sound Track recording also all material for this project in recording studio, ,Trailers trucks ,Makeup, customes, and wigs, limosines and concert halls has to be presented ectera , ect. please contact as soon as possible by phone if not please email at email address above .thank you very much for your cooperation , have a great day and years God bless all smiles
    Demetria Pearson
    (805)637-7243

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