The Berkeley FILM Foundation (BFF) is now accepting applications from filmmakers for the 2013 grant cycle. To find out if your film is eligible, and for the guidelines and application, please visit:
Applications are due no later than 3:00 p.m. on Friday, May 31, 2013.
More info may be found in the News & Press section.
4/22/13 Berkeley FILM Foundation announces beginning of 2013 grant cycle
07/30/12 Jim LeBrecht: sound man's focus
07/29/12 Berkeley FILM Foundation awards $150,000 in 2012 grant program
01/24/12 Oscars 2012: The Barber of Birmingham nominated
11/1/11 Berkeley FILM Foundation Hosts Its Third Annual Fundraiser
03/24/11 Berkeley FILM Foundation accepts submissions for its expanded 2011 grant program
10/15/10 Berkeley FILM Foundation hosts second fundraiser
1/27/10 Filmmaker Magazine Interviews Judith Ehrlich and Rick Goldsmith
9/22/09 Berkeley FILM Foundation Honors Saul Zaentz
9/16/09 The Most Dangerous Man in the World: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers
6/14/09 The time was right, just like in the movies
Filmmaker's journey to make 'Road to Chulumani'
2/18/09 Steven Okazaki nominated for Oscar
3/2/09 $100,000 Berkeley Film Foundation grant program launched
7/1/08 Mix: Not just a Fantasy
5/13/08 Fantasy Studios announces major renovations
3/9/08 San Francisco Chronicle: The Pursuit of Equality...was screened at Herbst Theater
2/1/08 San Francisco Business Times: Digital media in fantasyland
1/10/08 San Francisco Business Times: Dedicated to the cause -- documentary celebrates activist Tillie Olsen
11/5/07 The New York Times: White Light/Black Rain: The Destruction
Hiroshima and Nagasaki (2007)
11/2/07 The San Francisco Chronicle: Focus is on apartheid in 'Have You Heard From Johannesburg?'
2/7/07 The Wall Street Journal Online Plots & Ploys: Fantasy Facility
2/7/07 San Francisco Business Times Saul Zaentz Media Center Sold
2/7/07 San Francisco Chronicle Zaentz Media Center Building Sold
1/31/07 The Hollywood Reporter: White Light/Black Rain -
Bottom Line: A sobering and startling look at the "survivors" of the
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