Moving Image Fund Grants Directory

LEF New England launched the Moving Image Fund (MIF) in 2002 to support independent film and video artists creating new work.Through MIF, LEF provides funding across all phases of production, supporting films from the early risk-taking stage, through a film's completion.

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Completed 2011
Angelo Unwritten
Angelo Unwritten
Alice Stone
A documentary portrait of Angelo Santiago, who at 18 years old can now decide for himself where he will live and who his family will be. More
Completed 2011
Angkor's Children
Angkor's Children
Lauren Shaw
Against a backdrop of poverty and lingering holocaust memories, three young Cambodian women break from traditional roles through their mastering of unique and unexpected art forms. More
Completed 2006
Animas Perdidas (Lost Souls)
Animas Perdidas (Lost Souls)
Monika Navarro
A portrait of the filmmaker's Mexican-American family who has lived for more than four decades in Southern California and how they have survived despite the constraints imposed by and across the U. More

Completed 2002
Architecture of a Migraine
Architecture of a Migraine
Joel Frenzer
An animated film that explores the symptoms of a headache through a pretend animated scientific approach. More
In Production 2006
Areno
Areno
Christopher Gaines
A semi-autobiographical narrative exploring unattainable dreams, and comic tragedies of an Asian-American military family living in the Arizona desert. More
Completed 2007
As Nutayunean - We Still Live Here
As Nutayunean - We Still Live Here
Anne Makepeace
The story of Jessie Little Doe and her journey to bring language alive again in her Wampanoag community after many generations with no Native speakers. More

Completed 2003
At Home In Utopia
At Home In Utopia
Michal Goldman
A documentary about the United Workers Cooperative Colony – aka the Coops – founded in the 1920s by Jewish garment workers who pooled their resources to build four cooperatively owned and run apartment complexes in the Bronx. More
In Production 2018
At the River
At the River
Madsen Minax
AT THE RIVER traces, first person, the filmmaker’s relationship with his family following his niece's unexplained death, his brother-in-law's false incarceration for her murder, and the family's turn to Mormonism. More
Completed 2006
Axe in the Attic
Axe in the Attic
Ed Pincus & Lucia Small
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, two filmmakers witness the breakdown of trust between a government and its citizens. More

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