NEH Funding: Tips from Filmmakers and the NEH

Themes:
CreativitySustainabilityEmergingHistorical
What:
Panel
When:
Wednesday Sep 26   03:45 PM to 05:15 PM (1 hour 30 minutes)
Where:
Discussion:
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The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) is a major funder of documentary films. Through the Division of Public Programs, the NEH has awarded more than $140 million over the last two decades to filmmakers. How does the NEH decide what to fund? How can Getting Real attendees determine whether their project is right for NEH? What are some tips for writing a successful NEH application? What’s new at the NEH? In this session, NEH program officer David Weinstein and several NEH-funded filmmakers will address these questions.


Moderator
National Endowment for the Humanities
Senior Program Officer
Participant
Bread and Butter Films
Producer / Writer / Director
Participant
Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin
Producer / Director
Participant
OUR L.A.
Director/Producer/Writer
Participant
Holler Home Productions; Chapman University
Director/Producer; Professor
Participant
OUR L.A.
Producer/Writer/Research Director
Participant
Lady With a Movie Camera

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