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Deadlines: September 30 and March 30
Definition of Grants:
* The Global Film Initiative awards up to eight (8) grants per funding cycle.
* Each grant will be in the amount of USD 10,000 with a pre?sale option for an additional sum.
* Grants are awarded to assist filmmakers with the production and post?production of their film.
The MPA APSA Academy Film Fund is a US $100,000 film fund exclusive to members of the Asia Pacific Screen Awards Academy supported wholly by the Motion Picture Association (MPA). 4 grants, each of US $25,000, will be allocated to the script development of 4 new film projects.
Deadline All Submission Forms and accompanying documentation must be postmarked by Friday October 29, 2010.
SUBMISSION OF MATERIALS
1. Submissions must be provided in the English language.
2. The following materials must be posted/couriered by the postmarked deadline:
a) 4 x hard copy printed, double line spaced, one page synopsis
b) 4 x hard copy printed, double line spaced, 7 to 12 page treatment
c) Filmography/biography of attached creatives
d) First draft script will be accepted but will be at the Assessment Panel's discretion as to whether it is referred to in the selection process
3. A project submission must be sent ONCE only.
Downlaod the Rules & Regulation
Deadlines: Every March 1 and August 1
The Hubert Bals Fund is designed to bring remarkable or urgent feature films by innovative and talented filmmakers from developing countries closer to completion. The HBF provides grants that often turn out to play a crucial role in enabling these filmmakers to realize their projects.
Although the Fund looks closely at the financial aspects of a project, the decisive factors remain its content and artistic value. Since the Fund started in 1988, close to 900 projects from independent filmmakers in Asia, the Middle East, Eastern Europe, Africa and Latin America have received support. Approximately 80% of these projects have been realised or are currently in production. Every year, the IFFR screens completed films supported by the Fund.
Deadline: February 12!
After the successful first pilot of Ties That Bind during the Udine Far East Film Festival and a mini EAVE workshop during the Pusan International Film Festival in 2009, we are delighted to announce that EAVE Ties That Bind will be officially launched in 2010 with the support of MEDIA International and in cooperation with FVG Film Commission Audiovisual Regional Fund.
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