Grants for films that focus on local community issues (application deadline 4 May)
The Community Film Unit is a social enterprise film company.
Through its Speak Up Film Fund, it offers 50% match funding towards the cost of making a film that focuses on local community issues in 2013.
Grants can cover 20% to 50% of the project costs, and range from a minimum of £724 to a maximum of £2,225. The average grant is £1,120.
Not-for-profit organisations, including charities, social enterprises and voluntary organisations, in the UK can apply for funding support to help make a film about one (or more) of the following:
Applicants must have the capacity and resources to complete the project during the 2013 calendar year.
Funding is only available for the following packages:
Amethyst Package which include: 1 filming day. 2 editing days. CFU library music. 5 copies packaged in plastic wallets. Maximum of 6 minute film.
Emerald Package which includes: 3 filming days. 5 editing days. Original music. 50 DVDs with on body print. Packaged in 50 card sleeves.
Ruby Package which includes: 5 filming days. 8 editing days. Original music. 100 DVDs with on body print. Packaged in 100 DVD jewel cases or card digipacks.
Applications will only be accepted electronically and can be found at http://www.communityfilmunit.co.uk/fund.html
The application deadline is Saturday 4 May 2013.
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