Genres Video, Film & Radio

TRANS LOS ANGELES

Kase Peña

Year Grant Awarded: 2021

TRANS LOS ANGELES is an anthology of four stand-alone shorts films, inspired by films such as SOY CUBA, 1964 and LA CUIDAD, 1998. These trans stories are written and directed by an artist that is trans-identifying and a woman of color. Read More

Oleander

Kate Hackett

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

"Oleander" is a short film about a sex-positive teenage YouTuber who starts a social media war against her abstinence program. It stars Emily Robinson (Eighth Grade), Peri Gilpin (Frasier), and Jennifer Lafleur (Room 104). It premiered in 2019 at the Oscar-qualifying HollyShorts Film Festival. Read More

‘White: A Memoir in Color’

Katz, Joel

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

WHITE: A MEMOIR IN COLOR, a personal film about what it means to be white in America, tells an emotional multi-generational story about my (white) family encompassing immigration, assimilation, idealism, disillusionment, and ultimately an adoption. Read More

Quarry Project

Kiboko Projects, Inc

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

The Quarry Project is an ongoing storytelling and documentary project about the men, women and children workers of Kaathani village, Kenya. Read More

PUBLIC HEARING

Kienitz Wilkins, James N.

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

A public hearing in close-up. Read More

Dostoevsky Behind Bars

Kornblatt, Marc

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Prison inmates and university graduate students come together to discuss literary texts and creative writing, sharing moments of grace within a penitentary. Read More

Goldblooded

Kozel, Sam

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

A man discovers he has gold particles in his blood and goes through extensive lengths to extract it but also hide his gift. Read More

Negative Space

Kuwahata, Ru & Porter, Max

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

“Negative Space" is a short, animated film that tells a story about a father-and-son relationship through the act of packing a suitcase. Based on a 150 word short story by Ron Koertge, our adaptation will be realized as a 4-min film. Read More

ELEGY

Lambertson, Andre

Year Grant Awarded: 2021

An inspired and intimate portrait of a place and its people, Elegy, will follow Isiah Owens, and a group of Harlem residents as they navigate the uncharted waters of death, grief, unimaginable trauma and legacy, in the wake of COVID19. The audience is invited to experience the meaning of ritual and Read More

The Long Ride

Lapin Ganley, Valerie

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

The Long Ride is a timely documentary film about the birth of the new Civil Rights Movement for immigrant workers. Read More

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