The Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) seeks provocative and engaging proposals from independent media producers with projects intended for public television broadcast. With support from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, CAAM is able to offer funding to independent producers for documentary projects intended for public television broadcast. Funding is available for production, post-production, or the James T. Yee Fellowship.
All projects must conform to standard public broadcasting lengths. Offered once a year, this round of funding is for applicants with documentary projects at the production and/or post-production stage intended for public television broadcast. Projects in research and development are not eligible to apply. All projects must conform to standard public broadcasting lengths (26:46, 56:46 or 86:46).
For full eligibility guidelines, review criteria and online application visit the CAAM Funding website at http://caamedia.org/filmmaker-resources/funding/
DEADLINE: May 19, 2011 by midnight (Pacific time)
Corporation for Public Broadcast
CAAM Media Fund