One House Filmmakers Fund

Led by Gold House in partnership with Sundance Institute and made possible by East West Bank Foundation, the One House Fund aims to support filmmakers from historically underrepresented communities.

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Overview

The One House Filmmakers Fund selects 10 of the most promising filmmakers from historically underrepresented communities with unrestricted financing, industry support, and amplification. Led by Gold House in partnership with Sundance Institute, this inaugural fund is made possible by East West Bank Foundation and aims to create impactful cultural dialogues.

 

The One House Filmmakers Fund will provide unrestricted non-recoupable $10,000 grants to multicultural artists working on feature-length non-fiction or fiction projects around the globe. Grants will be available for vital project advancement support throughout the lifecycle of the project. 

 

10 filmmakers will be selected by an esteemed committee from Sundance Institute, Gold House, East West Bank, and multicultural partner organizations GLAAD, NAACP, RespectAbility, and LatinX House and will receive year-round programming support from each of these organizations including consideration for future grants, amplification, educational and networking opportunities, and film financing advisory and resources.

2023

  • 2023

Filmmakers

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Arun Bhattarai

“Agent of Happiness”

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Jalena Keane-Lee

“Standing Above the Clouds”

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Julie Wyman

“Untitled Dwarfism Project”

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Naveen Chaubal

“Pinball”

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Otilia Portillo Padua

“The Queendom”

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Shrihari Sathe

“Doha - The Rising Sun”

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StormMiguel Florez

“Welcome To Roswell”

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Sura Mallouh

"Untitled Sura Mallouh Project”

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Walé Oyéjidé

“Chiaroscuro”

Selection Committee

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Lauren Appelbaum

RespectAbility

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Olga Segura

Latinx House

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September Hill

NAACP Hollywood Bureau

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Travis Kiyota

East West Bank