CAAM Documentary Fund Open Call February 1-March 20

Hiroshi Shimizu with his father Iwao Shimizu in Tule Lake Segregation Center, where he renounced his U.S citizenship, along with over 5,000 other Japanese Americans protesting their incarceration. March 18, 1946. Photo by Fusako Shimizu, courtesy of "Resistance at Tule Lake," directed by Konrad Aderer.
Hiroshi Shimizu with his father Iwao Shimizu in Tule Lake Segregation Center, where he renounced his U.S citizenship, along with over 5,000 other Japanese Americans protesting their incarceration. March 18, 1946. Photo by Fusako Shimizu, courtesy of "Resistance at Tule Lake," directed by Konrad Aderer.

CAAM​’s​ Media Fund will begin taking submissions for documentary projects Wednesday, February 1, 2017.

With support from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), CAAM provides production funding to independent producers for national public television.

Documentaries are eligible for production or post-production funding and must be intended for public television broadcast. Awards typically range between $15,000 and $50,000. Applications open Wednesday, February 1, 2017 and close on Monday, March 20, 2017. Check here for eligibility and apply here.

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