Could your organization use some support to advance your mission? Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) seeks applications from arts and culture nonprofit organizations with budgets under $100,000. One-year grants of $1,000 to $5,000 for general operating support will be awarded across the state with $350,000 in total grant funding available annually.
Review the eligibility guidelines in the Request for Proposals to see if this opportunity might be a good fit for your organization.
Attention local filmmakers: The Portland Film Office is happy to announce a Post Production Grant opportunity is opening March 15. Applications will be accepted until March 30.
The Portland Film Office, in partnership with Travel Portland, is proud to offer a grant opportunity for Oregon-based independent film productions to support and offset the cost of the post-production process.
$25.9 million to be distributed statewide by Sept. 15
Applications are now live and open for Oregon’s Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) Cultural Support program. Funds allocated to the Oregon Cultural Trust will be available to Oregon cultural organizations facing losses due to the COVID-19 health crisis. The $25.9 million in funding was made available through a $50 million relief package for Oregon culture recently approved by the Emergency Board of the Oregon Legislature.
The Portland Film Office, in partnership with Oregon Made Creative Foundation (OMCF), invites local filmmakers to apply for funding designed to encourage the completion of a local feature-length project and position producers to build towards larger, more resourced productions.
The Post-Production Film Grant Program supports the professional development of small, local filmmakers by providing funds for activities including sound design, scoring, editing, color correction, closed captioning, VFX, and music clearances using local post-production houses.
Now in its 24rd year, the Roy W. Dean Film Grant seeks films that are unique and make a contribution to society. The winner receives $3,500 cash and close to $30,000 in donated film products and services they can use to complete their film. Films can be documentaries, short films, features, or webisodes. Deadline for submission is April 30th, 2016.
A new donor for this year’s grant is Promedia, a full service production and post production facility located in the heart of Manhattan.
Derek Freese Documentary Fund (DFDF) provides production support for feature-length documentary films that have both a strong narrative and compelling story, across a broad spectrum of subject matters. This award is given biennially to an independent filmmaker and provides up to $35,000 in finishing funds.
Applications are now being accepted for the Roy W. Dean Fall Grant. The grant gives filmmakers a chance to get their films going or completed with an award of $2,500 in cash and $30,000 in film products and services. Films can be documentaries, short films, and features and must be unique and contribute to society. Deadline for submission is September 30th, 2014