Movies that Matter offers grants to Human Rights Film Events

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Deadline: 1 September 2019

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Movies that Matter is offering grants to human rights film events in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and Eastern Europe, especially in countries with limited resources and freedom of press.

These events can take various forms, such as human rights film festivals, LGBT film festivals and mobile cinema projects.

Types of Grant

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  • Start-Up Grant
    • Movies that Matter supports film events in their initial phase. Only the 1st and 2nd edition can be supported through a start-up grant.
    • The maximum support of a start-up grant is €7,500 per project.
    • Movies that Matter is prepared to offer a start-up grant according to the following rules:
      • 1st time: up to 100% of total project costs
      • 2nd time: up to 75% of total project costs.
  • Impact Grant
    • The impact grant is intended for more established film festivals, and can be used for further developing the festival and increasing its impact.
      • The maximum support of an impact grant is €10,000 per project.
      • The Impact Grant can never cover more than 50% of total costs.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Film screenings will contribute to discussion about human rights in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Middle East or Eastern Europe.
  • Movies that Matter values films with high cinematic quality.
  • Movies that Matter prefers films that are independently produced. Screenings of educational films or NGO outreach films are not supported.
  • Movies that Matter values projects targeting youths or new audiences that do not regularly attend film screenings and discussion programmes, for instance in peripheral areas.
  • Applications for an impact grant should explain how the grant will contribute to new developments or to increasing the impact of a project.
  • Movies that Matter gives priority to small and medium-scale projects (with a total budget below €50,000).
  • The project takes place in one of the countries as defined on the DAC List of ODA recipients and/or countries where press freedom is seriously at stake, in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Middle East or Eastern Europe. With respect to this DAC List of ODA recipients, priority is given to projects in “Least Developed Countries”, “Other Low Income Countries” and “Lower Middle Income Countries”.
  • Projects should be submitted and executed by a local organisation that is well-connected with the target audience.
  • Projects are organised and executed by, or in close cooperation with, human rights organisations.
  • The application consists of a well-wrought and complete plan and budget
  • A reasonable degree of professionalism of the organisation is required, both financially and organisationally.

How to Apply

Applicants are required to download an entry form and submit via email as an attachment.

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