JDC Archives Documentary Film Grant

by Isabelle Rohr
(New York)

JDC Archives Documentary Film Grant

The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) offers the annual JDC Archives Documentary Film Grant.

The JDC Archives will select one film, which will be awarded a grant total of $10,000.

Eligible films will focus on twentieth century Jewish history, humanitarian assistance, and related topics.

Topics can include issues, events and personalities related to overseas Jewish communities during the last century. Films that utilize the JDC archival collections (http://archives.jdc.org) will be given higher consideration. Applicants must have a proven track record as a filmmaker.

The grant is for post-production, distribution, and/or JDC Archives licensing costs for a film currently in production or in post-production.

Submissions will open in early 2022.

Please visit http://archives.jdc.org/about-us/fellowships-and-grants-general-information/documentary-film-grant to apply and for further information.

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