Roy W. Dean Grant for Fall Offers Cash and Production Services Including Music
The final Roy W. Dean Film Grant for Fall 2019 offers indie filmmakers a prize that should be music to their ears as well as their audience. The winner receives $3,000 cash, $30,000 in film services to shoot and finish their project, including a film score!
Award winning composer David Raiklen will give the grant recipient $15,000 in theme music for their project. David provided music for the Emmy and Roy W. Dean Grant winning documentary “Mia: A Dancer’s Journey”. In addition, Emmy award winner Charlie Canfield will donate $6,000 in animation services to the winner.
The Roy W. Dean Grant for Fall
Now in its 27th year, the Roy W. Dean Film Grant seeks films that are unique and make a contribution to society. Projects can be documentaries, short films, features, or web series. Deadline for submission is October 31st, 2019.
Other prizes include a one week DSLR camera package rental from Birns & Sawyer, $500 in expendables from Filmtools, a 20% discount on the design of your marketing sheet by award winning designer Dan Chapman, and much more from many heartfelt donors.
Each Applicant Gets a Consultation on Their Project
Another unique part of the grant is each applicant for the grant is given the opportunity for a 15 minute consultation on their project from a member of the non-profit From The Heart Productions which sponsors the grant.
More information about the grant can be found at https://fromtheheartproductions.com/roy-w-dean-film-grants-and-awards/
You can apply for the grant at https://fromtheheartproductions.com/grant-application-form/.
For more information, please email email@example.com or call 805-984-0098
About the Roy W. Dean Film Grant
Founded in 1992, the Roy W. Dean Grant seeks films that are unique and make a contribution to society that, without it’s help, might otherwise not get made. There is a Spring, Summer and Fall Grant. Films submitted to the grant can be short films, documentaries, features, and web series from early stages of pre-production to those needing help in post.
The grant has been integral in helping talented artists with great stories get their films produced. Recent past winners of the grant include the award winning “Heist: Who Stole the American Dream”, “Kusama-Infinity”, and Emmy winner “Mia: A Dancer’s Journey”.
About From the Heart Productions
The 501(c)3 non-profit which sponsors the grant was founded by Carole Dean in 1993 when she saw how many filmmakers with important and often controversial stories were having trouble getting financing for their films. The mission of From the Heart Productions is to educate and assist filmmakers in getting funding to create unique films that make a contribution to society.
Under their fiscal sponsorship program, From the Heart Productions offers advice and guidance to filmmakers looking to fundraise. It also allows donors to projects to get a tax deduction for their donations. Their Intentional Filmmaking Classes which teaches filmmakers the tactics on how to get funded is now open for enrollment. New classes start Sept 23rd.