The New York based Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, founded in 1934, makes grants in support of science, technology and economic performance. Sloan’s program in public understanding of science directed by Doron Weber, supports books, radio, film, television, theater, and internet in order to reach a wide, non-specialized audience.
Learn more about all the Sloan initiatives at their main site.
The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, in partnership with the Tribeca Film Institute, provides funding for scripted features or series that are scientifically relevant, accurate, and exciting through the TFI Sloan Filmmaker Fund. The fund supports writers, filmmakers and producers who are traditionally underrepresented in the film industry.