Submissions are open for many of our programs from now through November 6th. Check out all the details below and apply to be a TFI grantee. Beyond grants for storytellers, TFI also provides year-round support and resources for our alumni. Take a moment, see which grant program you’re eligible for, and put yourself in the running to receive money to develop your film or interactive project.
ARTIST PROGRAMS GRANTS
Tribeca All Access® is TFI’s flagship program for scripted and documentary storytellers who come from communities underrepresented in the film industry. TAA specializes in providing a full range of services for storytellers who are best described by one word: Fearless.
Tribeca All Access® Alumni Grants offers microgrants of up to $10,000 each year. Alumni can apply for support in various capacities, from finishing funds for their current TAA-supported project to a new feature-length project, short film, episodic television and web-based project, or to outreach and audience engagement, marketing, events, and festival or project-related travel.
The TFI Latin America Fund provides grants, professional guidance and an entrance into the US industry to scripted, documentary, animated, or doc-fiction hybrid feature-length films from innovative filmmakers and storytellers living and working in the Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America.
The TFI Sloan Filmmaker Fund provides grants and professional guidance in support of innovative and compelling scripted features or series that offer a fresh take on scientific, mathematic and technological themes.
The TFI New Media Fund provides funding and support to non fiction, social issue media projects which go beyond traditional screens—integrating film with content across media platforms, from video games, apps, social networks and Web. For projects based anywhere in advanced development or beyond. Grants are $50,000 and made possible by the Ford Foundation.
The TAA Prototype Non Fiction Fund provides funding for projects in development by artists and filmmakers who come from underrepresented communities in the United States and Puerto Rico. Grants range between $10,000 and $20,000 and they go to support the production of a functional prototype for nonfiction, social justice focused media projects.
The TAA Prototype Fiction Fund provides funding for projects in development by artists and filmmakers who come from underrepresented communities in the United States and Puerto Rico. Grants range between $10,000 and $20,000 and they go to support the production of a functional prototype for fiction and scripted media projects.