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Chicken and Egg Pictures
01/17/22 10:00 AM ET
Grants of $30,000 and in-kind support to USA female filmmakers for strategies and campaigns that help to promote recent projects. Applicants must submit an eligibility form prior to applying. Funding is intended for efforts that focus on documentary movies in the distribution stage, including classes on festivals, awards season, markets, and impact campaigns. Grants support filmmakers who are nearing completion or have recently completed a feature or short documentary film and who have plans to strategize, build, and launch an impact campaign.
To be eligible to apply for the Project: Hatched 2022 Open Call your project must:
At the conclusion of the program, each fellow will have greater insight into understanding the lifecycle of their film in distribution through a focus on 4 key areas. They are:
GrantWatch ID#: 200211
Through Project: Hatched 2022, six short, medium-length, and/or feature-length documentary projects will:
- Participate in a seven-month program running from April to October 2022
- Receive a $30,000 grant, with at least $15,000 to be allocated towards an impact campaign (up to $15,000 may be used for film completion, including expenses already incurred)
- Participate in mentorship consultations with Chicken & Egg Pictures’ Senior Creative Consultants focused on impact campaign strategy and professional development
- Receive monthly peer support from their cohort
- Join the AlumNest community of supported filmmakers for further peer support and deeper connections
Seven-month program running from April to October 2022.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Pre-application form: https://chickenandeggpics.secure.force.com/PHPreApplicationForm
Apply online: https://chickenandeggpics.secure.force.com/filmmaker
Chicken & Egg Pictures
55 Washington St #307
Brooklyn, NY 11201
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