Lynn Shelton "Of A Certain Age" Grant Info Session [Online]
Have questions about applying for Northwest Film Forum's Lynn Shelton "Of A Certain Age" Grant or simply want some tips? We're here to help!
For the first part of our Info Session, Executive Director Cara Mia Harris and Grants Manager Mikayla Nicholson will go over each section of the application to provide some helpful suggestions and best practices to keep in mind while applying. In the second half, we'll have a Q&A to clarify any questions you may still have about the application process.
This Info Session will be recorded for reference.
About the Lynn Shelton "Of A Certain Age" Grant
The Lynn Shelton Of A Certain Age Grant is a project-based award that provides $20,000 to an individual woman, non-binary, or transgender U.S. filmmaker, age 39 or older, who is working on their first narrative feature (65 minutes or over) as a director.
This grant seeks to recognize a film director for their distinct vision, storytelling, and singularity.
The Lynn Shelton "Of a Certain Age" Grant was established by Northwest Film Forum alongside Duplass Brothers Productions to honor Seattle filmmaker Lynn Shelton, who passed away tragically on May 16th, 2020. Lynn Shelton often spoke of feeling inspired after seeing filmmaker Claire Denis speak at Northwest Film Forum and learning that Denis did not make her first feature until age 40. Shelton went on to make her own first feature film (We Go Way Back) at the age of 39. In the years since, she built a prolific canon of feature and television work and made an indelible mark on the landscape of American cinema.
Learn more and apply at: https://bit.ly/lsca2022
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