Organizations (listed in alphabetical order)
- A-Doc is a national network that works to increase the visibility and support of Asian Americans in the documentary field.
- Brown Girls Doc Mafia is an initiative advocating for over 4,500 women and non-binary people of color working in the documentary film industry around the world.
- Firelight Media is a non-profit organization that supports and develops non-fiction filmmakers of color.
- WORLD‘s focus is on its original content, offering a national platform to makers examining issues too often ignored by mainstream media.
- The Hillman Grad Foundation educates and supports creatives from underrepresented communities by developing their artistic craft and infusing new perspectives in front of and behind the camera.
Job/Training Opportunities (P=Paid, UP=Unpaid, V=Varies)
- Arts2Work Apprentices are hired as entry-level Multimedia Producers and Digital Video Editors. (P)
- Hillman Grad’s Rising Voices program aims to discover, invest in, and share stories created by BIPOC filmmakers & storytellers. (P)
- Made In Her Image is dedicated to the advancement of young girls and women within film, media and technology. (UP)
- QWOCMAP holds a FREE filmmaking workshop for LBTQIA+ BIPOC youth ages 18-24 at their space in the Presidio. (P)
- Streetlights is a production assistant training program creating ethnic diversity in the entertainment industry. (UP)
- Sundance Ignite x Adobe Fellowship is for emerging filmmakers (ages 18 to 25) who are creating stories that bring their passion, voice, and perspective to life. (P)