Application deadline: 31 December
As part of its Creative Media Grants program, Mozilla is funding art about online privacy and security, and accepts submissions for 2018.
Mozilla is seeking artists, media producers, and storytellers who share that belief — and who use their art to make a difference in raising awareness about surveillance, tracking, and hacking.
The Mozilla Creative Media Grants program awards grants ranging from $10,000 to $35,000 for films, apps, storytelling and other forms of media that explore topics like mass surveillance and the erosion of online privacy.
The audiences for the submitted work should be primarily in Europe and Latin America. However, producers from all parts of the world are eligible to submit applications and seek funding.
Mozilla encourages applications from producers at any stage of their career, producing in any format that is available on the web.
For more information and application details: blog.mozilla.org/funding-art-about-online-privacy-and-security/
Open Call | Mozilla Creative Media Grants 2018