Applications are being accepted until 15 September 2020 or when the funding envelope has been allocated.
Support for three to five documentary projects, both shorts and features, with amounts ranging from $15K to $60K CAD. Recipients also get creative and professional development support.
Emerging Canadian documentary filmmakers: apply for a production or development grant from Hot Docs’ CrossCurrents fund
They’re looking for short and feature-length documentary projects in development or production, with grant amounts ranging from $10K to $50K.
A new $1 million fund to help artists, groups and arts organizations pivot their work to online audiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, CBC has launched the CBC Creative Relief Fund to provide immediate, urgent support to Canadian creators. Deadline for applications is Friday, April 24.
Funding awarded to Michael Auger, Petie Chalifoux, Shane Belcourt, Michelle St. John, Amanda Strong, Marie Clements, Darlene Naponse, Sonya Ballantyne and Sage Daniels.
Includes Stars Shine in Temperance developed through NSI Features First and Sleeping Dog Lie developed through NSI Script to Screen.
They receive $20K for their short Broken Glass about a young poet and his junky ex-lover.
The program awards $20K each to three emerging filmmaking teams. Apply by November 6, 2019.
The fund supports the production of digital content from emerging creators. Application deadline is September 20.
University students passionate about creating innovative children’s content: apply for the Youth Media Alliance Andra Sheffer Scholarship
The scholarship includes attendance at the Kidscreen Summit in Miami and the Banff World Media Festival.
The fund will award up to $50K per project to BC producers and creators. Apply by August 5, 2019.