Magazine article Screen International

Chicken & Egg Pictures Unveils Diversity Fellows

Magazine article Screen International

Chicken & Egg Pictures Unveils Diversity Fellows

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Participants receive mentorship, $5,000 grant, and DOC NYC festival retreat.

Chicken & Egg Pictures has announced the second year of its Diversity Fellows Initiative in support of five projects directed by women of colour making their first or second films.

The 2017 Diversity Fellows Initiative projects are: How To Have An American Baby directed by Leslie Tai; Warrior Women co-directed by Christina D. King and Elizabeth Castle; Untitled Race & Criminal Justice Project directed by Ursula Liang; It Rains directed by Carolina Corral; and The Other Half Of The African Sky directed by Tapiwa Chipfupa.

The projects are chosen from a pool of international applicants for the Accelerator Lab Open Call.

Diversity Fellows receive tailored mentorship and workshops, as well as a $5,000 grant and a retreat to the DOC NYC film festival. …

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