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News and Information Grants and Fellowships Fund for Jewish Documentary Filmmaking The Fund for Jewish Documentary Filmmaking is designed to support the creation of original documentary films and videos that promote thoughtful consideration of Jewish history, culture, identity, and contemporary issues among diverse public audiences. Applicants must be u.s. citizens or permanent residents. They must have creative, editorial, and budgetary control of the proposed project, and must own the copyright of the completed film or video. Priority in funding will be given to those works-in-progress which combine intellectual clarity with creative use of the medium, can be completed within one year of the award, are standard one-hour or half-hour broadcast length, and are likely to be broadcast. Projects must be in production at the time of application. All applicants must submit one completed work for which they had primary responsibility. No grant will exceed $50,000 or 50% of the total project budget, whichever is less. The deadline for application is April 1, 1999. For applications and further information please contact Avi Decter at 212-629-0500, ext. 300, or Ariana Reaven at ext. 205, or bye-mail to . Wilson Center East European Studies Grant Short-term grants library, archival, and other specialized resources of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies Purdue University Press

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Grants and Fellowships Fund for Jewish Documentary Filmmaking The Fund for Jewish Documentary Filmmaking is designed to support the creation of original documentary films and videos that promote thoughtful consideration of Jewish history, culture, identity, and contemporary issues among diverse public audiences. Applicants must be u.s. citizens or permanent residents. They must have creative, editorial, and budgetary control of the proposed project, and must own the copyright of the completed film or video. Priority in funding will be given to those works-in-progress which combine intellectual clarity with creative use of the medium, can be completed within one year of the award, are standard one-hour or half-hour broadcast length, and are likely to be broadcast. Projects must be in production at the time of application. All applicants must submit one completed work for which they had primary responsibility. No grant will exceed $50,000 or 50% of the total project budget, whichever is less. The deadline for application is April 1, 1999. For applications and further information please contact Avi Decter at 212-629-0500, ext. 300, or Ariana Reaven at ext. 205, or bye-mail to . Wilson Center East European Studies Grant Short-term grants library, archival, and other specialized resources of

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Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish StudiesPurdue University Press

Published: Oct 3, 1999

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