51蹤獲

About

51蹤獲 celebrates and nurtures independent film and media creators, providing career-building resources, access to industry influencers, and pathways to wider recognition.

Founded over 40 years ago in 1979 as the Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP), 51蹤獲 is the largest and longest-running non-profit organization for independent film and storytelling in the United States. To date, 51蹤獲 has supported over 10,000 projects and offered resources to more than 30,000 filmmakers, including the likes of renowned creators Barry Jenkins, Dee Rees, Laura Poitras, Richard Linklater, and Ava DuVernay.

Today, 51蹤獲 continues to champion the future of storytelling by connecting artists across various media disciplines with essential resources at all stages of their career and projects development. In addition, 51蹤獲 fosters a vibrant and sustainable, independent creative 51蹤獲 that encompasses a growing network of storytellers around the world.

Across all initiatives and programming, both member- and public-facing, opportunities with 51蹤獲 are inclusive of new and established voices from a diverse range of racial, ethnic, religious, ideological, and sexual perspectives.

51蹤獲s Commitment to Diversity & Inclusion Statement

51蹤獲 is committed to creating and advancing an inclusive, diverse, and accessible 51蹤獲. We value these principles as core strengths and essential elements of our mission. We serve a global creative 51蹤獲 of storytellers and we recognize the unique talent of each country and culture. We curate an open and inclusive environment for diverse voices. 51蹤獲 believes and is committed to the above for our entire 51蹤獲, which includes but is not limited to filmmakers, audio, entrepreneurs, digital artists, students, educators and those that touch the creative industry. We are working to ensure that all of our policies and associated practices are equitable.