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Jcfilms Studio

We produce educational and family-friendly films to promote safety, education, and support for young people.


Documentary storytelling expands our understanding of shared human experience, fostering an informed, compassionate and connected world. The International Documentary Association (IDA) is dedicated to building and serving the needs of a thriving documentary culture. Through its programs, IDA provides resources, creates community and defends rights and freedom for documentary artists, activists and journalists

British Academy Of Film And Television Arts North America

BAFTA North America is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization focused on championing creativity, opportunity and social change for all through the transformative power of film, games, and television.


Outfest protects our past, showcases our present and nurtures our future by fostering artistic expression of gender, sexuality, and LGBTQ culture and its transformative social impact on the world. Their mission aims to create visibility to diverse LGBTQIA+ stories and empowers storytellers, building empathy to drive meaningful social change. Founded by UCLA students in 1982, Outfest is the leading organization that promotes equality by creating, sharing and protecting LGBT stories on the screen. Outfest builds community by connecting diverse populations to discover, discuss and celebrate stories of LGBT lives. Over the past three decades, Outfest has showcased thousands of films from around the world to audiences of nearly a million, educated and mentored hundreds of emerging filmmakers and protected more than 20,000 LGBT films and videos.

Wikimedia Foundation

Through Wikipedia and its sister projects, the mission of the Wikimedia Foundation is to empower people around the world to collect and develop knowledge under a free license, and to disseminate it effectively and globally. In collaboration with a network of chapters, the Foundation provides the essential infrastructure and an organizational framework for the support and development of projects and endeavors which serve this mission.

The American Cinematheque

The American Cinematheque was created to 1) honor and promote America's indigenous art form: the Moving Picture; 2) present the full range of film and video, not otherwise available, to the widest possible audience; 3) establish a forum for an on-going dialogue between filmmakers and their adiences, 4) provide high profile exhibition facilities for other independent film and video festivals and organizations; and 5) encourage and support new talent by creating a showcase for their work.

Television Academy Foundation

Established in 1959 as the charitable arm of the Television Academy, the Television Academy Foundation was created to engage and educate the next generation of television professionals. The Foundation has helped thousands of talented students find their voices, refine their skills and forge rewarding careers in every area of the television industry. They include prominent writers, producers, documentarians, creative executives, network presidents and more. Understanding the critical role of both educators and students, the Television Academy Foundation nurtures future leaders and storytellers by providing opportunities through our prominent programs.

Step Up Women's Network

Step Up is a mentorship nonprofit providing the structure for girls (and those who identify with girlhood) to define their ideal destination and get there -- wherever that destination may be. Through Step Up, girls experience more than just mentorship. They'll find community, feel empowered to expand their horizons, and develop the skills they need to navigate life’s path with confidence. After participating in Step Up: 83% of teens say they're more CONFIDENT 84% of teens say they're more CAREER-READY 82% of teens say they're more CONNECTED

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3Generations is a storytelling organization. We support those who have suffered crimes against humanity by enabling them to share their stories. Told in their own words, survivors’ stories cross borders, conflicts and generations. We believe storytelling fosters the healing process and illuminates our common humanity. Hearing survivors’ stories allows people everywhere to better understand the violence and oppression in the world today and demand change. We utilize available technology and distribution channels to collect and share survivors’ stories.

Independent Feature Project

IFP champions the future of storytelling by connecting artists with vital resources at all stages of development and distribution. IFP fosters a vibrant and sustainable independent storytelling community, represents a growing network of 10,000 storytellers around the world, and plays a key role in developing 350 new film, television, digital, audio, and immersive works each year. IFP guides storytellers through the process of making and distributing their work. Creative, technological and business support are provided through year-round programming including Filmmaker Magazine, IFP Week, IFP Gotham Awards, and IFP Labs. Member and public programming takes place at the IFP Made in NY Media Center with classes, workshops, pitching forums, screenings, meet-ups and exhibitions.

Emma Bowen Foundation

The Emma Bowen Foundation is building a more diverse media industry. We recruit promising students of color and place them in multi-year paid internships at some of the nation's leading media and technology companies, provide the media and tech industries with a pipeline of young talent and emerging leadership, and advocate for best practices in diverse hiring, retention, and advancement.