The new pitch program awards 10 grants of $10K to BIPOC creators who successfully pitch their scripted or unscripted projects to Amazon Studios. They will also receive guidance from Amazon Studio executives.
This donation to the Solidarity Fund – launched by ISO, the Racial Equity in Media Collective (REMC) and BIPOC TV & Film – and the Indigenous Development Program will support diverse creators with funding for projects and professional development for both individuals and BIPOC-owned companies.
The National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI) is a charitable, not-for-profit organization. Charitable registration: 103836722 RR0001.
Our office is located on Treaty One Territory – we acknowledge and honour the lands we occupy and their traditional keepers: the Anishnaabe, Cree, Dakota and Metis. We acknowledge the ancestors of this land and commit to honour their vision and uphold our Treaty responsibilities as a settler organization occupying these lands.