The Videocamp Film Fund is among the largest of its kind in the world. The winning project will receive US$400,000 to produce a movie on Inclusive Education.
What are we looking for? Well, definitely not movies that simply trace the history of the topic, or analyse what makes an inclusive classroom. We are seeking a curious and sensitive director with the creative vision to make an important film that breaks down barriers related to attitudes, pedagogy, architecture, or communication.
This film is also sensitive to interpersonal relationships that emphasise diversity, as well as collaborative strategies and inclusive support networks. Finally, this is a film that will broaden social perceptions about how all students, with and without disabilities, benefit from an education that is founded upon inclusive citizenship, and which fosters community through a commitment to diversity.
Films should be in development.
Must be either unfunded, or: if previously awarded other funds, they must comply with the terms of the Videocamp Film Fund, if these other funds are granted/received prior to the date of submission of your project to this Fund.
May be in production, or not
Can be documentary, fiction or animation
Entrants must have: a) all the exclusive rights to the related work; b) I have the total artistic, budgetary and editorial control of the work; c) complete authority to sign up for Videocamp Film Fund
All crew candidates should be 18 or more
Applicants must provide:
Film title, type (documentary, fiction or animation), length
You always need a Film Business Plan to get funding from investors.
Project history (2100 characters words on stage of development), list of locations
Synopsis (3000 characters)
Treatment (10000 characters)
Why the project matters to them/how it originated (3500 characters)
Whether it refers to or is based on another work (300 characters)
Strategic plan (based on the model of The Impact Field Guide & Toolkit of Doc Society, max 20MB),
Marketing and distribution strategy (3000 characters),
How they plan to engage their audience (3000 characters),
Misc: Any extra files (e.g. script)