Funding Programmes

  • Doha Film Institute: International Funding

    Doha Film Institute

    The Institute supports emerging voices from Qatar, the MENA region and around the world, and provides them with creative and financial assistance so they can translate their stories into viable film projects. It is the Institute's hope to discover quality film projects that have regional relevance, and that contribute to a diverse slate of engaging films. The funding programme: - seeks out original voices in film; - develops a community of filmmakers among its alumni; - encourages cross-pollination and creative interaction among artists; - offers creative development support throughout the life cycle of films.

  • Enjaaz Film Fund

    Dubai International Film Festival

    Enjaaz is the post-production and production funding support programme at the heart of the Dubai Film Market. Enjaaz provides vital post-production financial support to film projects led by Arab filmmakers and production funding to film projects helmed by Gulf filmmakers.

  • Eurimages - European Cinema Support Fund

    Council of Europe

    Eurimages is the cultural support fund of the Council of Europe. The fund supports the audiovisual industry by providing financial support to feature films, animations and documentaries produced in Europe. In doing so, it encourages co-operation between professionals established in different European countries.

  • Film Fund Luxembourg

    Film Fund Luxembourg

    The Film Fund Luxembourg aims to promote and foster an environment in which the country's film production industry can develop and flourish. The Fund, an official body supervised by the minister responsible for the audiovisual sector and the minister responsible for culture, implements the overall policy of the government's support for audiovisual productions. Thus, it manages the program through which the Luxembourg government provides financial support to audiovisual productions. Since 2012, Film Fund Luxembourg offers only one support mechanism for audiovisual productions to be carried out by a Luxembourg registered film production company. The so-called National Audiovisual Production Support (AFS) is a selective scheme which provides discretionary loans to producers to finance development and scriptwriting, distribution and production/co-production for fiction, animation, documentaries, short films, transmedia projects, repayable from the finished work's receipts.

  • Filmförderung Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein

    Filmförderung Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein

    Filmförderung Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein supports cinema films and exceptional TV productions of all genres and lengths. Applications can be submitted for the following areas: Script Funding, Project Development, Production Support. International co-productions can also be funded. The aims are to bring interesting co-productions to Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein, strengthen producers from the region as potential co-production partners for international projects and continue existing cooperation.

  • Filmmaker Fund

    Filmmaker Fund

    The Filmmaker Fund is committed to both proven and emerging filmmakers with assistance at every stage of production and post-production.

  • Filmstiftung NRW

    Film- und Medienstiftung NRW

    Filmstiftung NRW funds films both for cinema and television in all phases of creation and exploitation: from the development of the original story idea to production and distribution. Funding schemes: development and pre-production production of feature and TV films distribution and sales

  • Finnish Film Foundation: Development Support

    Finnish Film Foundation

    Development support can be applied toward the writing and further development of the script, production, shooting and set design plans, and any other measures required before a budget and the related financing arrangements can be completed.

  • Flanders Audiovisual Fund

    Flanders Audiovisual Fund

    The Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF) supports audiovisual production in, as well as international co-productions with Flanders. The Fund was set up by the Flanders government in 2002 and is headquartered in Brussels. The aims of the Flanders Audiovisual Fund are threefold: to develop a sustainable audiovisual industry, to encourage and support upcoming audiovisual talent and to promote a vibrant audiovisual culture in Flanders. Four main tasks: it provides financial support for audiovisual productions promotes audiovisual productions in Flanders as well as abroad grants scholarships, finances professional training and organizes workshops carries out surveys on the audiovisual field

  • Fledgling Fund

    Fledgling Fund

    Fledgling has an open rolling application process for grants to support outreach and engagement for social issue documentary film projects that have the potential to inspire positive social change around issues that affect the most vulnerable. You can submit an application online at any time and will be asked to include a description of the project, its social change goals and your plans for moving the project forward. Typically, film projects have at least a rough cut. They review proposals on a rolling basis and you will be notified of our decision within three months.