Student Academy Awards (SAA)

Funding Agency:
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

THE ACADEMY ESTABLISHED THE STUDENT ACADEMY AWARDS IN 1972 TO SUPPORT AND ENCOURAGE EXCELLENCE IN FILMMAKING AT THE COLLEGIATE LEVEL.

The Student Academy Awards (SAA) recognizes and honors student filmmakers who demonstrate excellence in the creation of motion pictures. By awarding these outstanding achievements, the Academy strives to support and inspire emerging filmmakers and to foster growth and education in the art and science of motion pictures.

 

Deadline: Jun. 1, 2020

Agency Website

Amount

$5,000

Amount Description

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences may award Gold, Silver and Bronze Medal Awards to winners in the Domestic categories and Foreign Narrative category. Additionally, Gold medals may be given to winners in the Foreign Animation and Foreign Documentary categories. Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medal Awards include cash grants of $5,000, $3,000, and $2,000 respectively and a trip to Los Angeles for the SAA Week. 

Funding Type

Grant

Eligibility

Grad/Prof Students

Category

Arts & Humanities

External Deadline

June 1, 2020