With support from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, CAAM (Center for Asian American Media) is able to offer funding to independent producers for documentary projects intended for public television broadcast. All projects must conform to standard public broadcasting lengths. This round of funding is for applicants with documentary projects at the post-production stage intended for public television broadcast. All projects must conform to standard public broadcasting lengths (26:46, 56:46 or 86:46). The Board makes final approval. The review process for CAAM Documentary Completion Funding takes approximately three months.
For documentary public television projects seeking post-production funding, awards average $20,000 and should be the last monies needed to finish the project and deliver the broadcast master. Projects must have a key personnel member with prior public television credit. Applicants must submit a full length rough cut to be considered.
Review the Eligibility Guidelines below before applying.
To apply visit: http://caam.slideroom.com