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TFPF Offering More Money for 2007

TFPF Offering More Money for 2007

One of the backbone missions of the Austin Film Society lies in the heart of the Texas Filmmakers Production Fund. An annual fund that awards grants to filmmakers with Texas-based projects, AFS has increased their grant funding this year quite a bit, with $150,000 earmarked for applicants. It’s certainly the kind of cash infusion that can assist film projects in their completion. Plus, the individual ceiling for awards will increase from $15,000 to $25,000. So, the TFPF grant can potentially make a huge impact on a feature film seeking extra funds. Click here for more information on the application process. They are now open for submission, with a deadline of June 1. Plus, TFPF captain Bryan Poyser will make a small tour of Texas towns to present workshops on how the TFPF can help area artists.

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