Radio & Television

Canadian docs get more funding

TORONTO – Short-form documentary film makers have a new source of funding after bravoFACT (Foundation to Assist Talent) announced that it will help to fund short documentaries with grants up to $50,000 via bravoFACTUAL. For the first time, grant recipients will have access to a consultant to provide mentorship, guidance, and consultation throughout the production of each recipient’s short.  Award-winning journalist and industry veteran Robert (Bob) Culbert was announced as consultant for bravoFACTUAL, and respected film critic, media personality, and author Richard Crouse was named consultant for bravoFACT. The first deadline for bravoFACTUAL submissions is October 31, 2013. Click here...