Vision Maker Media Accepts Media Proposals on American Indians, Alaska Natives
An affiliate of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), Vision Maker Media (visionmakermedia.org/get-funded) is accepting proposals for its 2021 Public Media Project funding—centered on experiences and perspectives of American Indians and Alaska Natives—from January 4 through February 12. Project funding available ranges from support for research and development projects to funding for production through post-production efforts, with grant awards ranging from $5,000 to $100,000. At a time when the media is so significant to who we are as a society, Native voices are an essential part of the American narrative. Vision Maker Media believes that by empowering Native communities to tell their stories through film, we can cultivate a more diverse, more knowledgeable world.
Vision Media Maker is a CPB-funded media organization with a mission to empower and engage Native people to share their stories. In 2019, they had 10 films go to broadcast and today have more than 37 files currently in broadcast and 56 Native filmmakers in public-media broadcasting. The deadline to apply for Vision’s Public Media Project funding is Feb. 12. To learn more and apply, visit visionmakermedia.org/get-funded. If you have questions, contact Assistant Director Charlie Perry at firstname.lastname@example.org.