Grantee Profile

Epidavros Project

Grants to Epidavros Project

  • $100,000

    2013 (Inactive Grant)

    Journalism & Media

    NEW YORK, NEW YORK — The Epidavros Project will produce The Big Battle, a documentary directed by Shari Robertson and Michael Camerini that follows current efforts in the U.S. Congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform. This is a follow up to Camerini and Robertson’s How Democracy Works Now, a 12-part documentary series that followed previous attempts to pass immigration reform from 2001 - 2007. The Big Battle, which is slated for FRONTLINE broadcast in 2014, will follow elected officials, Congressional staffers, advocates and experts on all sides of the debate. A MacArthur grant will be used for production expenses, including producer/director salaries, photography costs, and editing.

  • $200,000

    2003 (Inactive Grant)

    Journalism & Media

    NEW YORK, NEW YORK — In support of "How Democracy Works Now", a television documentary series on the shaping of immigration policy.

  • $450,000

    2002 (Inactive Grant)

    Journalism & Media

    NEW YORK, NEW YORK — To support the documentary film "How Democracy Works Now."

  • $148,000

    1999 (Inactive Grant)

    Journalism & Media

    NEW YORK, NEW YORK — To support a documentary film about political asylum in the United States.

The MacArthur Foundation awarded Epidavros Project $898,000 between 1978 and 2017.

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