Doc Society | Documentary Film Grants
by Doc Society (previously Channel 4 BRITDOC Foundation)
Doc Society (previously BRITDOC) is a UK-based non-profit committed to enabling great documentary films and connecting them to audiences globally. Since 2005, Doc Society has supported over 350 films, granting 500,000 pounds in financing per year to films in all stages of production. In addition, Doc Society offers mentorship and training in outreach.BFI Doc Society Features Fund: For feature-length films in any stage of production.The Climate Story Fund: For climate themed non-fiction projects with the intention to implement an impact campaign.Doc Society currently offers the following fellowship for US-based filmmakers:New Perspectives Fellowship: Two-year fellowship program open to projects in early development to production from filmmakers who identify as BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and/or as members of historically underrepresented communities including race, religion, geographic region, physical ability, or citizenship status.
Doc Society is supported by Channel 4 TV and other sponsors, both in the UK and internationally.
Doc Society currently offers the following funds for filmmakers from or living in the UK:
Doc Society is a team that understands documentary, from development to distribution; experts in brokering new partnerships between film and foundations, brands and broadcasters.
To learn more, visit:https://docsociety.org/funds/