Indigenous filmmakers from California-Based Tribes! Are you looking to tell your story through film? Apply now for the inaugural Sundance Institute Graton Fellowship for Artists from California-Based Tribes.
This Fellowship serves to cultivate a stage for artists from federally and non-federally recognized California Indian tribes to tell their stories through film. The inaugural fellow will be awarded a $25,000 cash grant and a yearlong continuum of support with activities, including a trip to the Sundance Film Festival, and access to strategic and creative services offered by Sundance Institute artist programs, and mentorship opportunities.
Join Adam Piron, Director and Ianeta Le’i, Senior Manager, of the Sundance Institute Indigenous Program, and alumna Charine Pilar Gonzales to learn more about the application and get the scoop on the upcoming launch of the Native Lab and Sundance Collab applications.
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