Roy W. Dean Los Angeles Video Grant
Deadline: June 30
Are you a film student who needs funding to create the film of your dreams? If so, you may be interested in the Roy W. Dean Los Angeles video grant. This award is available for individuals around the world wanting to create a short, low budget film and will provide sponsorship for those who qualify. This grant program was started by Carole Dean in honor of her father Roy W. Dean, to help passionate filmmakers achieve their goal. This year alone the Roy W. Dean grant has awarded nearly $60,000 in grants.
Student filmmakers, independent producers or production companies can apply for this sponsorship for new projects, or projects that are currently in progress.
To apply for the Roy W. Dean Los Angeles video grant you will need to submit a grant form application and written proposal that includes the following about your film:
- Style, format and approach you will be taking
- Your plan for distribution
- Your role in creating the film (director, producer, etc.)
- How your project is unique and will benefit the society
- Your relationship to the content
- The names, role and experience of everyone involved in the film
To find out more or to apply for the Roy W. Dean Los Angeles video grant, visit here.
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