FILM FEATURE/ SHORT FILM
The Latino Lens: Short Film program, with a submission call will select 2-3 short feature film scripts from Latino content creators.
Each short film will present through a creative approach and independent focus, a storyline of 3-10 minutes long that will be provided pre-production, production, and post-production tools, resources and assets to support the successful completion of each film while later working with them on distribution strategy and outlets.
Application Deadline: January 14th, 2018
Our primary digital media production and incubator is a competitive open call to media producers to submit RFP (Request for Proposals) for digital video shorts. On an ongoing basis we partner with outlets such as CPB, WORLD Television, MiTu Networks or Televisa Foundation.
We have developed a digital series for Televisa Foundation and its Think About It campaign. As well as for MiTu Networks #WeAreAmerica digital campaign.
Our latest digital incubator "Beyond Graduation" was created in support of American Graduate: Let’s Make it Happen, a public media initiative made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) to help communities address the high school dropout crisis and keep more students on the path to success in college and careers. To visit the application page to the Beyond Graduation Digital Incubator click below.
NALIP will be accepting RFPs for:
Three (3) Documentary Shorts (non-fiction/un-scripted)
and Two (2) Dramatic Shorts (fiction/scripted)
Our documentary incubator comes in the form of a series of development, funding and mentorship series. We are in development to announcing a major Documentary production incubator. In the meantime - get your projects ready! A Latino/a filmmaker, NALIP member and/or whose project has been independently evaluated and rated for NALIP Latino Media market can be selected and/or screened.
The artists participating in this program are producing personal, community, social justice, and public media documentaries that reflect their experiences, and tell the stories of their regions and cultures. Latino Lens; Doc also builds community between NALIP and local arts and cultural organizations, and amongst the local nonprofits and artists.
Our TV incubation program centers around specific partnerships to generate talent and projects directly developed pitched and placed - whether scripted or unscripted. Whether through Univision/Televisa, FOX Audience Strategy, El Rey Network or a wide variety of networks and production outlets - we aim to develop skills, pilots, talent and projects to the highest quality.
We also hold writing mentorships on a one to one basis with advanced TV writer/producers.
COMING SOON! (Virtual Reality, Media Mobile Apps, Gaming, Etc.) Our Tech Arts incubation program will focus on the convergence of advanced content, film, art, media, and technology is changing the future of storytelling and creative expression.
NALIP will be incubating projects, products and mediums from Virtual Reality to Gaming - NALIP leading tech incubation efforts for Latino Content Creators.