Deadline: 15 August 2016
Open to: cinematographers, producers/directors, editors, sound artists, VR producers, impact producers
Fellowship: stipend and coverage of all expenses for the film making trips in four to six weeks of field production and editing time
The GroundTruth Project is announcing a new initiative on climate change for emerging documentary filmmakers. GroundTruth will award five film fellowships and is accepting applications. The project focuses on a series of original, short films from around the world focused on climate change and its impact on the health of women and children. One of the films will be produced in partnership with the PBS investigative documentary series, Frontline and distributed through Frontline’s digital platforms.The winners of the film fellowships will join a talented and diverse editorial and production team to produce a set of powerful, character-driven documentary shorts.
Fellowship is open for cinematographers, producers/directors, editors, sound artists, VR Producers and Impact Producers.
The fellowship comprises four to six weeks of field production and editing time, and GroundTruth will provide a stipend and cover all expenses for the film making trips.
How to apply?
In order to apply please submit your resume, cover letter and links to three pieces of sample work. The cover letter should state clearly what qualifications and skills you bring to the team and what ideas and approaches you have for focusing on climate change and its impact on the health of women and children.
Please submit your application for the GroundTruth Film Fellowship via this Google Form. The final deadline is Monday, 15 August at 11:59 p.m. EST.
For more information visit the official call.