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  1. Funding Deadline: Open Call Applications Due June 29

    June 26, 2012

    The deadline for ITVS's biggest funding opportunity, Open Call, is on Friday, June 29. Learn how to submit a digital application here.Open Call provides completion funds for single nonfiction public television programs on any subject, and from any viewpoint. Projects must have begun production as evidenced by a work-in-progress video. Open Call

  2. Newly Funded: ITVS is Pleased to Announce Funding for Roger Ross Williams's God Loves Uganda

    June 19, 2012

    ITVS recently approved funding for the documentary God Loves Uganda  by filmmakers Roger Ross Williams (Director/Producer) and Julie Goldman (Producer). God Loves Uganda is a journey into the heart of East Africa, where Ugandan pastors and their American counterparts spread God’s word and evangelical values to millions desperate for a better life.

  3. Newly Funded: ITVS is Pleased to Announce Funding for Michele Stephenson and Joe Brewster's American Promise

    June 14, 2012

    ITVS recently approved funding for the documentary American Promise by filmmakers Michele Stephenson and Joe Brewster.American Promise is an intimate look at the 12-year journey of two African-American boys on the path to success at a prestigious prep school. This personal film explores the distinct and troubling growing pains young men of color

  4. Newly Funded: ITVS is Pleased to Announce Funding for Marissa Aroy’s Delano Manongs

    May 24, 2012

    ITVS recently approved funding for the documentary Delano Manongs by filmmaker Marissa Aroy. Delano Manongs was funded through ITVS's LINCS initiative as a production and presentation partnership with KVIE and CAAM.Delano Manongs tells the story of farm labor organizer Larry Itliong and a group of Filipino farm workers who instigated one of the

  5. Newly Funded: ITVS is Pleased to Announce Funding for Mariachi High

    May 17, 2012

    ITVS recently approved funding for the documentary Mariachi High by filmmakers Kim Connell and Ilana Trachtman. In a part of America that rarely makes headlines, there is a small town with a group of teenagers who will captivate your ears and warm your heart. Mariachi High presents a year in the life of the champion mariachi ensemble at Zapata High School on