CELEBRATE TALENT, DIFFERENCES AND FREEDOM
The Inclusive Film Foundation (ANBI) stimulates opportunities for the development of emerging film talent belonging to marginalized groups or those with limited employment prospects. We do this by providing both financial and non-financial aid to film and documentary projects with great social urgency. These projects all have the potential to generate impact and social change. We provide both financial and non-financial aid which these projects can use for:
Our three pillars are:
Not just for emerging talent, but also in order to create awareness and impact around socially urgent themes and marginalized groups.
Our projects provide visibility, give voice to those that are underrepresented in the media, help generate paid work opportunities for emerging film talent belonging to marginalized groups or those with limited employment prospects, and stimulate effective change in our society.
Celebration of Differences
The Inclusive Film Foundation promotes the widest range of diversity and inclusion in the projects that it supports. Each project is a celebration of differences.
We are currenlty raising funds for:
This extraordinary project, iniated by Break Free Films, is all about generating impact and visibility around young (LGBTQAI+) people with a disability. Components of the Dive Deep project are a high-quality short film, a making-of documentary, an educational programme, and an impact campaign.
One in five people has a visible or invisible disability, and yet this group of people is vastly underrepresented in the media. What makes Dive Deep so extraordinary is that the entire project is created, and will be realized, in close cooperation with a group of emerging talent that have a disability and with members of the LGBTQAI+ community. With the help of the Inclusive Film Foundation, these talents are trained in acting, the art of writing, and gain production experience. They will join the cast and crew as fully paid and respected members of the team, which will earn them the credits they need in order to further a sustainable career.
This comprehensive project, iniated by WeenerXL and WSD, was created for, by and with a group of newcomers currently residing in and around the city of ‘s-Hertogenbosch in order to create awareness of the challenges within the Dutch integration process. The project focuses specifically on those with limited job prospectives and consists of an educational programme for these newcomers to train them in the necessary filmmaking skills in order to take their first solid steps within the Dutch film industry, an impressive short film, a documentary and an impact campaign, which also consists of events and talks centered around the themes of this project.
With the support of the Inclusive Film Foundation a large-scale impact campaign can be launched that will provide paid opportunities for these newcomers and increase their job prospects in the film industry. In addition, the impact campaign will trigger discussions on all levels of our society surrounding the problems with the current integration system. It has the great potential to inspire real change and a greater understanding, tolerance and respect between the newcomers and native people of The Netherlands and abroad.
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