The Film and TV Charity have opened a new fund, taking the form of “BAME community grants”.

The grants offer between £300 up to a maximum of £3,500 for projects that focus on bringing people together to:

  • Share experiences
  • Break down barriers and amplify underrepresented voices
  • Support access and career development
  • Provide education around issues such as discrimination and mental health
  • Promote industry engagement with work created by Black, Asian or ethnic minority talent

The activity must take place between September – December 2020.

If you’re interested in discussing these, email Lucy Powell at lucy.powell@filmtvcharity.org.uk.

The Film and TV Charity also provides mental wellbeing services, which are free to everyone in the industry.

 

You can find more information and apply at www.filmtvcharity.org.uk/bame-community-grants. The deadline is 5pm 28th August 2020.

 

Source: Film and TV Charity

 

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