Outreach and Inclusion
Current opportunities within this programme are: The Momentum Fellowship, The Knight Fellows Project, Women at Sundance, The Indigenous Programme, The Inclusion Resource Map and The Press Inclusion Initiative.
Storytellers broaden our minds: engage, provoke, inspire, and ultimately, connect us.
The Sundance Institute specifically offer Indigenous artists 3 ways to work with them. They are currently offering: the Full Circle Fellowship, Merata Mita Fellowship and the Native Filmmakers Lab.
Committed to supporting the voices of Indigenous artists
Climate Story Fund
Over the past eighteen months alone they have regranted over $1 million in production and impact grants to creative storytelling projects; feature docs, shorts, web series, animations, podcasts and a docudrama.
Dedicated to the impact of art, and the art of impact.
IDFA Bertha Fund
This fund takes risks on unknown and seasoned filmmakers alike through a rigorous selection process. This selection process has proven successful time and again, with films and filmmakers breaking through from marginalised positions to taking over the most respected platforms, and winning awards in both cinema and television.
Supporting powerful documentary films and extraordinary filmmakers from around the globe.