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 2017
25 Texans in the Land of Lincoln
25 Texans in the Land of Lincoln
Ellen Brodsky
Join the quest of 25 history students, mostly Mexican American, who drive 2,000 miles from the Alamo in Texas to a Springfield, Illinois museum asking to repatriate General Santa Anna’s prosthetic leg and honoring Abe Lincoln’s su... More
Completed 2006
3 Americas
3 Americas
Cristina A. Kotz Cornejo
A narrative about 16 year-old América who is sent to Buenos Aires, Argentina to live with her reclusive and anti-American grandmother. More
Completed 2002
A Girl Like Her
A Girl Like Her
Ann Fessler

A film that reveals the hidden history of young women who became pregnant in the 1950s and 60s and surrendered their children at birth. More


In Production 2018
A Prince From Outer Space: Zeki Müren
A Prince From Outer Space: Zeki Müren
Beyza Boyacioglu
Modern Turkey’s greatest pop star, the legendary queer musician Zeki Müren, holds a mirror up to his country–during his lifetime and long after his death. More
In Production 2014
A Snail on the Slope
A Snail on the Slope
Daniel Mooney
(Formerly Preparations for the Forest) Through an intimate and experimental exploration of the lives of a missionary doctor, an antiquities collector, and a taxidermist, the film examines the interaction of the “machine world”... More
In Production
A Very Old Game
A Very Old Game
Mike Majoros
A documentary about the life of nomadic Mongolians and how their traditional Madam games -- the second oldest athletic competition in the world -- helps keep their culture alive and vital in the face of sweeping economic and environmental changes. More

In Production 2012
Absaroka! The State that Never Was
Absaroka! The State that Never Was
Elizabeth M. Jones
The wildly true story of an attempted state secession in the West that portrays past and current conflicts in America. More
In Production 2019
Adam's Apple
Adam's Apple
Amy Jenkins
ADAM’S APPLE is a divergent coming-of-age documentary from the perspectives of director Amy Jenkins and her teenage transgender son, Adam. More
In Production 2012
The Alexander Dorner Film Project
The Alexander Dorner Film Project
Peter Frumkin
A film that explores the life of ground-breaking and controversial German art curator Alexander Dorner, who smuggled modern artworks out of Germany during WWII at the price of collaboration with the Nazi government. More

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