A home for media arts for over a decade, Ninth Street Independent Film Center makes work spaces and shared resources available to individual filmmakers through the Media Arts Incubator Program. The Incubator Program offers access to a dedicated work space, knowledge sharing, outreach opportunities, networking events, and meeting and exhibition space on an annual basis. Our goal is to provide spaces to Bay Area Filmmakers to complete their project(s).
Ninth Street Media is able to offer dedicated offices at a subsidized rates. We currently have a total of 7 offices available at this reduced rate. Our residents are welcome to stay in the building on their project is complete.
Along with dedicated office space, filmmakers will have access to:
Screening Room and Lobby for project specific events
Free Fiscal Sponsorship (except for credit card processing fees). Ninth Street only fiscally sponsors current residents and does not charge a fee.
Free Services such as Grant Reviews, Fundraising assistance & guidance and 1 on 1 meetings with experienced professionals to help move their project forward.
Invites to all Ninth Street IFC Events
Free tickets to festival screenings
A chance to work in aligned organizations in the building
Participation in organizing event relevant to residents needs and interests
All filmmakers are encouraged to apply. Due to limited space we ask that everyone complete a short application to verify eligibility. Priority will be given to filmmakers that conduct the majority of their work in San Francisco.
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