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Producing Lab 2024 (In Person)

An intensive, two week-long program designed to help creative, independent producers develop their skills

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Film independent
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One-time
In-person
Grant of $30,000

Applications Open: March 18, 2024 

Regular Deadline: May 6, 2024

Extended Member Deadline: May 20, 2024

The 2024 Producing Lab is a full-time program that will take place in person at our Los Angeles offices for 2 weeks in October 2024. Selected producers will workshop a fiction feature project in development or post-production.

The Producing Lab helps further the careers of its Fellows by introducing them to film professionals who can advise them on both the craft and business of independent producing. In addition to attending lab sessions with legal, financial and production experts, each Producing Lab Fellow will be paired with an experienced Creative Advisor with whom they’ll work to develop their project over the course of the program. Taking place during the course of two weeks in October, the Lab culminates with a pitch session with established executives, offering participants valuable practical experience and the chance to introduce their projects to a larger cross-section of the industry.

Producers may apply with feature length narrative projects that are in active development or post-production. Through the Lab, Fellows develop strategies and action plans to bring their projects to fruition.

For more information on application deadlines please visit our applications page.

Alfred P. Sloan Producers Grant

The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation will award one participant of the Film Independent Producing Lab the annual Sloan Producers Grant of $30,000 with which to further develop their project.

To apply for the Sloan Producers Grant, a filmmaker must apply to the Producing Lab and provide a statement on how the project fulfills the mission of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. The applicant must be attached as producer and possess the rights to the script with which they are applying. The screenplay should have a scientific, mathematical and/or technological theme and storyline or have a leading character that is a scientist, engineer or mathematician.

At this time, documentaries and science fiction projects are not eligible for the Sloan Producers Grant.

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