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Tribeca All Access
Tribeca All Access® is TFI’s flagship program for fiction and documentary storytellers. TAA specializes in providing a full range of services for storytellers who are best described by one word: fearless.
Launched in 2004, the fund provides year-round support to passionate and motivated directors, writers, and producers who come from communities underserved in the U.S. film industry.
TAA is currently open to filmmakers from around the globe and will support seven scripted features and seven documentary features. TFI will continue to champion filmmakers living in Latin America through TAA, supported by Bloomberg Philanthropies, by funding at least four films per year from the region.
TAA supports scripted and documentary storytellers who marry a unique vision and perspective with dynamic and groundbreaking films that challenge the status quo. TAA is a champion of the inclusion of authentic new voices whose work moves the conversation forward while speaking powerfully to both mainstream and underserved audiences, and the larger global film landscape. Through grants, individually customized year-round mentorship, events, industry connections, and TFI Network market meetings during the Tribeca Film Festival, TAA has created a close-knit community where participants learn from - and grow with - each other, while creating productive and long-term working relationships within the industry.
Deadline: Nov. 5, 2019
Tribeca All Access® seeks feature-length scripted and documentary projects from both established and emerging storytellers whose team includes a director that is underserved in the U.S. industry. Projects may be in any stage of development, from the treatment/screenplay stage through post-production. Projects of any genre and/or budget range are welcome to apply. Directors should be applying with their first or second feature films.
Seven scripted filmmakers and seven documentary filmmakers will each receive $10,000 in grant money. At least four of these selections will support filmmakers living and working in Latin America (Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America).
Grants can be used towards any stage from development through post-production. Grantees will participate in roundtables and info sessions with industry during the Tribeca Film Festival – including Tribeca Film Institute’s center-piece film market, TFI Network.