As we approach this year’s California Documentary Project grant deadline, we are highlighting some exciting grantee accomplishments and accolades over the past year.
Join our next screening on August 17, co-presented with the Crocker Museum in Sacramento.
An interview with Tina Brown and Dyana Winkler, the filmmakers behind new documentary UNITED SKATES.
California Humanities has been approved for a $20,000 Grants for Arts Projects award from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).
California Humanities Awards $90,000 to Six CDP NextGen Projects Supporting Youth Media Storytelling
Announcing our 2023 CDP Next grantees.
“Sound is still the best way to experience emotion.” — Gary Rydstrom, American Sound Designer We are excited to share the upcoming PBS premiere dates of MAKING WAVES: THE ART […]
California Humanities Awards $575k to 18 Projects for California Documentary Projects for Production, Research & Development
For Immediate Release Media Contact: Kerri Young, Communications Manager, email@example.com April 20, 2023—(Oakland, CA)— California Humanities is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2023 California Documentary Project (CDP) grants, awarding $575,000 […]
For over 40 years California Humanities has been the leading funder of documentaries by, for, and about Californians. We currently support film, audio, and digital media projects that explore California […]
From video interviews to playwriting, the medical humanities to film screenings, a list of past projects centering the veteran experience.
Since 2003, we have made over 250 grants and awarded nearly $6.5 million through the
California Documentary Project grant program to humanities-based media projects.