Tribeca Film Institute
Grants to Tribeca Film Institute
2014 (Duration 1 year)
NEW YORK, NEW YORK — The Tribeca Film Institute (TFI) was created by Robert DeNiro and Jane Rosenthal in the aftermath of September 11, 2001 as part of a larger effort to help revitalize lower Manhattan with new institutions that would draw people to the area. Over the past 13 years, the Tribeca Film Institute has become an important source of financial and professional support for independent filmmakers in New York City and around the country. The Tribeca All Access program was created by the Institute in 2003 to support filmmakers from groups underrepresented in the film industry (women and people of color) through film grants, career development workshops, and introductions to industry representatives, which enable these independent filmmakers to successfully complete their documentary projects on social issues. As a core grantee in the MacArthur Foundation's Media/Journalism program, the Tribeca Film Institute's Tribeca All Access program provides multifaceted support to documentary films being produced by diverse production teams. Beginning in 2015, with MacArthur support, Tribeca All Access will extend this level of support to interactive documentary projects created by producers from underrepresented communities.
2013 (Inactive Grant)
NEW YORK, NEW YORK — The Tribeca Film Institute, based in New York, serves local, national, and international independent filmmakers. The Tribeca All Access (TAA) program was created in 2003 to support filmmakers from traditionally underrepresented groups. Through direct financial support, career development workshops, introductions to industry representatives, and assistance in finding broadcast and theatrical screening opportunities, TAA enables independent filmmakers to complete their feature-length documentary projects. This grant provides support for the operations and grantmaking of the Tribeca All Access program.
2011 (Inactive Grant)
NEW YORK, NEW YORK — The Tribeca Film Institute supports independent filmmakers through grants and professional development activities. This grant supports the Tribeca All Access program which identifies talented women and minority filmmakers and provides them with direct financial support, career development workshops, and introductions to industry representatives. A portion of this grant also supports the Reframe Collection, an online marketplace for hard-to-find independent and documentary content that serves the needs of niche content owners and distributors and the audience who seek that content.
2009 (Inactive Grant)
NEW YORK, NEW YORK — In support of Reframe, a project to aggregate, digitize, curate and make available independent media content for online distribution (over two years).
The MacArthur Foundation awarded Tribeca Film Institute $1,150,000 between 2002 and 2014.