Here’s the info:
Sunday, June 30, 2013
124 South 3rd Street, Brooklyn, New York
(between Bedford Avenue and Berry Street)
SUNDAY, JUNE 30TH – 8PM
124 South 3rd, Brooklyn NY
Come back in the fall for the 2014 call for entries.
2013 Call for Entries
Check out the Grant Website for more info!
The Sarah Jacobson Film Grant supports women “whose work embodies some of the things that Sarah stood for: a fierce DIY approach to filmmaking, a radical social critique, and a thoroughly underground sensibility.” This year we plan to give out grants of $2,000 each to support film projects in any stage of completion, from pre-production through distribution.
We are open to films of any length and genre, from documentary to experimental to narrative. We’re looking for projects that in some way embody Sarah’s spirit and represent the values that she articulated in her work—powerful representations of women, a do-it-yourself approach to filmmaking and life, and a passionate commitment to advancing equality without sacrificing fun. Check out some of our past winners’ projects by scrolling through the blog a bit.
We award grants to projects at any stage of production, including post-production, but not for marketing or publicity. The grant is open to international applicants.
To apply for the grant, please email the following materials to The Sarah Jacobson Film Grant, firstname.lastname@example.org, by midnight on January 15, 2013.
Winners will be announced in March 2013.
**The Free History Project is a small, volunteer-run organization, so we are unable to respond to telephone or email inquiries.**
Application details after the jump.
Hello everyone and thank you for your patience. With our globe-trotting judges and some other issues, it took us (and by us, I mean me) a bit to get everything nailed down. A longer post will follow, but I just got off the phone from informing all the recipients. We’ll be awarding two $2,000 grants and two $1,000 grants.
$2,000 grant recipients:
Akosua Adoma Owusu
for her project Kwaku Ananse; this is Me Broni Ba (My White Baby), the piece she included in her application:
for her documentary Princess of Polka Dots, about artist Yayoi Kusama. Here’s the trailer:
$1,000 grant recipients:
for her project Replaceable. Here is the work sample she sent in, Do the Math
for her project, Miracle Maker, trailer below:
I’d like to once again thank our judges for the 2011 grant cycle: Andi Zeisler, Lee Jacobson, Natasha Mendonca (a previous recipient!), Marie Losier (also a previous recipient!), and Lori Barbero.
Thank you to everyone who entered this year! We’ll be in touch soon about the 2012 grant cycle.