The Red Sea Film Festival Fund announced this week that it has launched the first round of its fourth edition dedicated to supporting cinema projects in post-production phase.
The fund called on filmmakers willing to receive a post-production grant, and those interested in receiving support for their cinema projects in the completion, distribution and screening phases, to submit their applications and projects to maximize their winning chances.
The fund stated that it has started to accept the applications as of February 6, from Arab and African filmmakers, opening the door for features (at least 60 minutes), as well as documentaries and animation films.
The fund also urged filmmakers to stay tuned to the forthcoming rounds and all the related information on the terms, conditions and applications.
The Red Sea Fund has launched a campaign to support more than 100 projects, with grants of up to $500,000 for each project in all phases of production: development, production, or under development.