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GRANT OPPORTUNITY: Basic Grants for Film Preservation Work

National Film Preservation Foundation

 

Deadline: 05-30-2012

 

The National Film Preservation Foundation invites applications for its Basic Preservation Grants. These cash grants are awarded to nonprofit and public institutions for laboratory work to preserve culturally and historically significant film materials. Awards generally range from $3,000 to $18,000.

 

Grants are available to public and nonprofit institutions in the United States that provide public access to their collections, including those that are part of federal, state or local government. The grants target orphan films (1) made in the United States or by American citizens abroad and (2) not protected by commercial interests. Materials originally created for television or video are not eligible, including works produced with funds from broadcast or cable television entities.

 

Contact: Staff
Phone: (415) 392-7291
Email: grants@filmpreservation.org
Website: www.filmpreservation.org
Grant link: http://www.filmpreservation.org/nfpf-grants/basic-preservation-grants

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