Film funding and bursaries can be incredibly tricky to find - that’s why we source the latest film grants for independent UK filmmakers and created this neat hub for you to secure funding for your next project. From documentary grants, to short film grants, to student film grants - all the way to major feature film funding and specific things like post-production grants; we make sure to keep you up to date with the latest opportunities.

Unlike other organisations, we don’t just list off the major grants from well-known organisations like the BFI Short Film Fund, the Sundance Documentary Fund and others, we research individual organisations, artist funds which apply to moving image, educational institutions and more to make sure you’re getting the full picture of what's out there.

    • Discovery and Impact Feature Funding

      Opending Date:
      Mon. 15th Apr 2024
      Deadline date:
      Tue. 21st May 2024

      The BFI Discovery and Impact feature funding awards money from the National Lottery to support original live action and animation feature filmmaking.

    • BFI NETWORK SW’s Director Lab 2024

      Deadline date:
      Tue. 21st May 2024

      BFI NETWORK south west, in partnership with Bournemouth Film School (BFS), is pleased to announce a new Director Lab that will provide an in-person day of tutor-led masterclasses, followed by workshopping with professional actors and the chance to be offered £2,000 from BFS to make a micro-short based on your script.

    • FLAMIN Animations

      Deadline date:
      Mon. 27th May 2024

      FLAMIN Animations is a commissioning programme for early-career Black-identifying* artist animators living in the UK.
      Part of Film London Artists' Moving Image Network (FLAMIN), the programme aims to support artist animators as they take their first steps into a career working with the moving image, with development support and funding for a new work.

      The four new 2-3 minute animation commissions will be screened in London and FLAMIN will support the selected artist animators in getting further exposure for their work.

      FLAMIN Animations looks to commission Black-identifying* practitioners as a considered acknowledgement of the underrepresentation of Black artists within the art, film, and animation industries.

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