Twin Cities Business Monthly, April 21, 2014
Film Our Cities!
THIS SATURDAY -- April 26
Great details in this Pioneer Press piece
Your day. Your city. Your future.
On April 26th, 2014 hundreds of filmmakers, non-profit organizations, and inspired citizens will document stories that most affect the future of the Twin Cities as part of a community-wide, participatory media-creation event. The resulting media will be showcased in an interactive, geo-tagged archive, and a TV series for public television on the future of the American city. In addition, local media partners will exhibit the most powerful and inspiring videos created during the one-day filmmaking event.
Go here for more info, to sign up, and to find out how to submit your film/video shot on April 26.
There are 4 features, 10 post projects, 6 TV commercials, 1 TV program, and 2 TV series that are Snowbate-certified as of April 2014. The total proposed Minnesota spend? $5,568,307.19 That's the Minnesota film incentive in action!
The application deadline has now passed of Minnesota Filmmakers Legacy Reimbursement Cycle 3.
Minnesota Film and TV is currently accepting proposals from Minnesota-based Filmmakers with narrative features or long-form documentary works in progress (active pre-production or production--post has not commenced) that align with Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund priorities.
$155,150 is available in reimbursement funds. Filmmakers may request up to 50% of their total budget, but must have 50% of the request available in verified funds at the time of application. Full request for proposals and more info here http://mnfilmtv.org/incentives/legacy-grants/
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