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Another excellent opportunity for filmmakers seeking funding, this time from Cinereach.

Cinereach supports feature-length nonfiction and fiction films that are at the intersection of engaging storytelling, visual artistry, and vital subject matter. Our grantees’ films often possess an independent spirit, depict underrepresented perspectives, and resonate across international boundaries. They favor story over message, character over agenda, and complexity over duality.

Grant amounts can range from $5,000 – $50,000 per project and can be awarded to support any stage of production including research and development, production and post-production. There are two grant cycles per year (Summer and Winter). Within each cycle, between five and fifteen projects are selected to receive support.

Cinreach supported films aim to:

  • Provide insight and spark dialogue
  • Challenge prejudice and advance human rights
  • Discover humanity and hope
  • Foster global community

To apply, read Cinreach’s guidelines. Interested applicants must send an initial letter of inquiry.

Here is an excellent funding opportunity for documentary filmmakers.

From Documentary.org:

The Pare Lorentz Documentary Fund will provide annual production grants totaling $75,000 to be used in the creation of original, independent documentary films that illuminate pressing issues in the United States.  Grants will be made to up to 5 projects that tell a compelling story and focus on one of Pare Lorentz’s central concerns—the appropriate use of the natural environment, justice for all or the illumination of pressing social problems.

The fund supports full-length documentary films that reflect the spirit and nature of Pare Lorentz’s work, exhibiting objective research, artful storytelling, strong visual style, high production values, artistic writing, outstanding music composition, as well as skillful direction, camerawork and editing.  A program of the International Documentary Association, the Pare Lorentz Documentary Fund is made possible by The New York Community Trust.

Guidelines and eligibility here.

Applications are due by 5 PM PST and notification of grant awards will be made in late September 2011

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