Grantee tags short film

Quiet on Set, short film

Crowe, Rani Deighe

Year Grant Awarded: 2019

Quiet on Set is a short film about a sexual assault that occurs on a film set during the filming of a sex scene. Read More

Woof & Chirp

Ung, Jiny

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

"Woof & Chirp" is an animated short film about a drifting bird named “Chirp” and a lonely dog named “Woof”. It is a story about loss and coping, and examines the displacement of the refugee and isolationism on a tiny coconut island. Read More

“Refugee Kids: One Small School Takes on the World”

Willow Pond Films

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

A short documentary about students at a New York City summer program for children seeking asylum from the world’s most volatile conflicts. Read More

For A Better Life

Yasmin Mistry / Foster Care Film & Community Engagement Project

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

"For A Better Life" is the fourth film in an eight part documentary film series, created by the Foster Care Film & Community Engagement Project (FCFCEP), which tells the true-to-life stories of foster youth in order to create greater understanding of the U.S. child welfare system. Read More

The Wish Horse

Ford, Lisa

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

The Wish Horse is a short narrative film about an important social issue: the effects on children when a parent has a mental illness. 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

The Loneliest

Mehrel, Lilian

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

Go 'behind-the-scenes' of British nature show Ocean Discovery in this comic mockumentary short film: Violet (a wry camera-girl) Ingrid (a passionate marine biologist) look for the loneliest whale (with a voice too high for other whales to hear.) Read More

Red Thread: the prisoner and the painter

Spear, Duston

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Two women of the sixties in their sixties examine the choices that has kept one of them in prison for thirty years and find that they share the invisibility of aging and internment. Based on the poetry of former radical, Judy Clark. Read More

Say Grace Before Drowning

Jusu, Nikyatu

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

SGBD 17 mins, HD. After meeting her African Refugee mother for the first time in six years, 8 year old Hawa is forced to coexist with a woman teetering on the brink of insanity. Read More

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