Grants & Access
Announcing the Outsider Films Fellowship
Deadline: March 20, 2017
A two-week residency for 2-4 documentary filmmakers to explore the contemporary relationship between city and country. Residency includes housing in the Methow Valley of Washington for six days in April and six days in October 2017. Exact dates dependent upon fellows’ availability. Fellows will also receive instruction from experienced documentary pros, and assistance in production from start to finish. Finished work will be shown at Northwest Film Forum.
Applicants will be accepted on the quality of their finished work and perceived depth of a filmmaker’s understanding of the collaborative process. A computer and advanced knowledge of an editing platform are required of each applicant.
The course is designed and organized by Peter J. Vogt, longtime documentary filmmaker and board president of Northwest Film Forum. Other quality human beings and masters of their craft will duck in and out of the program, leaving fellows moved and inspired.
Fellowship does not cover expenses. We will provide as much equipment as possible.
Apply to [email protected] by March 20th with a short bio and explanation of why the fellowship appeals to you. A request for work samples will follow.
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Artist Support Programs
The Artist Services Help Desk
The Artist Services Help Desk at the Northwest Film Forum gives you access to a local filmmaker to work with you through an obstacle you may have with your film or video project.
- Script feedback
- Talk through storyboards
- Workshop a scene
- Identify equipment needs
- Review budget
- Explore grants
- and more!
Help Desk will be open with a local filmmaker to answer your questions and help connect you to resources every Thursday from 3:30pm to 7pm. Feel free to walk in but priority will be given to those who schedule in advance. To schedule a session click here.
If you have questions email [email protected]
Documentary Film Fund
Northwest Film Forum's Documentary Film Fund was created to support the best new nonfiction films being made. The Fund gives substantial cash gifts and post-production support to promising new documentary film projects from the Northwest. Email Chris Day for more information.
Non-profit sponsorship extends Northwest Film Forum's non-profit umbrella to your production. With sponsorship, many grants that fund only non-profits become available to your project, and individual contributions to your production become tax-deductible. (This program does NOT provide financing)