The Current Issues Fund provides production and post-production funding to documentary films from a Latino American perspective that explore contemporary civic and social justice issues, incorporate a journalistic approach into the filmmaking process, and have resonance for a U.S. audience.
The Public Media Content Fund (PMCF) is an open invitation to independent producers to submit proposals for documentaries and limited series that explore the arts, history, science, biography and health, from a Latino perspective.
The Digital Media Fund invites independent producers to submit proposals for digital short form programs for primary distribution online via an existing public television platform.
Across the United States, Latinos have been on the pandemic’s frontlines, providing essential services to all Americans. These are their stories.
A list of informational, financial, and industry resources for our filmmaking community.
Through the Night explores the personal cost of our modern economy for two working mothers and a childcare provider at a 24-hour daycare center.
A small Caribbean island, hosts two nations, both beautiful in culture, but tragic in history.
Through shard-like glimpses of everyday life in post-Hurricane María Puerto Rico, Landfall is a cautionary tale for our times.
Ashley, a Mexican-American teenager, dreams of graduating high school but increased ICE raids in her community threaten the family’s stability since her mother is undocumented.
Lights, Camera, Acciòn features the candid perspectives of Latinx actors, writers, producers, directors, and showrunners across generations as they dissect the ever-evolving issue of Latinx representation in Hollywood.
GRAMMY nominee Sheila E. hosts Great Performances: Roots of Latin Jazz which examines the variety of Latin American music.