The most important issue for independent filmmakers these days is survival. How do you make ends meet? Taking rent off the table, filmmakers have room to move. When we shut down our offices at This is that, and I started working out of my kitchen, I got less productive and could share less (and limited my intern use). That won't happen to you though. Why? Because if you live in San Francisco, the San Francisco Film Society can help you with your office expense by providing you a free office.
The San Francisco Film Society is pleased to announce that, as of September 2012, FilmHouse is open once again in 4,800 spacious square feet of newly-renovated office space located in the bustling Fillmore District. With generous funding from theKenneth Rainin Foundation and additional support from the San Francisco Film Commission, the FilmHouse residency program is designed to offer free office space to filmmakers in various stages of production where they can share talents and resources with their peers.
Open to both narrative and documentary filmmakers, FilmHouse offers a residency of either 6 or 12 months to filmmakers with projects that, through plot, character, theme or setting explore social issues of our time.
|APPLICATION NOW OPEN
|EARLY DEADLINE: October 31|
|LATE DEADLINE: November 7|