Opportunities for UK Filmmakers Tribeca All Access 2010

4 Jan

The UK Film Council Diversity Unit is offering two British directors from Black, Asian and other ethnic minority communities within the UK Film Industry the unique opportunity to participate in Tribeca All Access (TAA) which takes place in New York between 20 and 24 April 2010.

 The successful filmmakers will receive a fully paid place on TAA, filmmaker accreditation at the Tribeca Film Festival as well as their flight and accommodation costs for the duration of the program.

 Tribeca All Access seeks narrative or documentary filmmakers who come from traditionally under-represented communities in the film industry and who have new film projects for which they are seeking funding and exposure.  Projects may be of any subject matter, genre, or budget range suited for independent or major studio production.

 TAA is a year-round program designed to support the careers of its alumni. The program begins with an intense five days of panels, meetings, and networking opportunities during the Tribeca Film Festival.   Program alumni receive year-round support through the TAA On Track program which offers the use of digital filmmaking and editing equipment; promotional support for completed films; Tribeca Film Institute hosted presentation screenings; educational panels and workshops; and other customized activities.

 TAA is open to both established and emerging narrative and documentary filmmakers.

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