Opportunities

Opportunities

Supporting the Production of Native Content

Each year, Vision Maker Media awards over $500,000 in production contracts to independent producers and public television stations to produce programming by and about Native Americans for use by PBS stations. Funding can be for production, completion, or research & development. Learn more about Vision Maker Media funding opportunities:

There are many opportunities for filmmakers to succeed. In an effort to support filmmakers, Vision Maker Media collects and provides a number of available opportunities for funding, training, jobs, internships, festival deadlines and more.

Every time we at Austin Film Festival receive a film, we know that we are not just watching movies - we are watching the result of intense collaboration, planning, and work on the parts of passionate people, dedicated to their craft.

The 2019 Lincoln Short Film Festival welcome's short films by producers and directors from Nebraska, Colorado, South Dakota, Kansas, Iowa and Missouri. Films will be screened on the Cube, a 750 sq.

Celebrating its 44th annual, the San Francisco based festival has become a trusted guide to contemporary Native American life.

The Festival, an annual event organized by Nepal America Film Society based in Maryland, is accepting submissions of all genres; feature films, documentaries, animation, experimental, and short films from across the globe.

The San Diego International Film Festival features 5 days of films, networking and panels that represent cinematic storytelling.

Miami Short Film Festival based in Miami, Florida features short films of 20-minutes or less each.

DTLA Film Festival (Downtown Los Angeles Film Festival) has as its mission to exhibit a wide array of independent films by and about groups traditionally underrepresented in the commercial Hollywood film industry, notably women, people of color and members of the LGBTQ co

The Oak Cliff Film Festival was established in 2011 as a regional film festival in the Oak Cliff area of Dallas, Texas.

We accept short, medium and feature length films or other works made for the cinema screen, whether fiction, animation, documentary or experimental. It must have been produced within the last three years and must not be screened in Montréal prior to the festival.

MovieMaker Magazine just announced their list of the 50 film festivals worth the entry fee in 2018. Check it out by following the link below.
2019 NIGA Conference
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