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Yellowhead Institute

Yellowhead Institute is an Indigenous-led research and education centre based in the Faculty of Arts at Toronto Metropolitan University. This grant supported the Yellowhead Institute Red Papers, a project that follows the tradition of agenda-making reports by Indigenous people that contribute to important conversations within and outside their communities.


imagiNATIVE showcases, promotes, and celebrates Canadian and international Indigenous filmmakers and media artists. imagiNATIVE is committed to a greater understanding by audiences of Indigenous peoples, cultures, and artistic expressions.

Black Women Film! Canada

Black Women Film! is a not-for-profit organization that supports the development of Black women and non-binary filmmakers & media artists in Canada.

FLIP Foundation

This grant supported development funding for the FLIP Foundation, a thinktank focused on creative leadership and increasing accessibility in the arts.

Women in View

Women in View is a national not-for-profit organization dedicated to strengthening gender representation and diversity in Canadian media both on screen and behind the scenes. This grant supported the On Screen Report 2023, a deep dive into gender representation and diversity in Canada’s English-language screen industry.

Humber College StoryLab

Humber College’s StoryLab was created to bridge the innovation gap between education and industry in the fields of journalism, data science and storytelling writ large. This grant supported the “Surviving Hate” project, a collaborative journalism project to fill the data gap on the reporting of hate crimes and incidents in Canada, with a focus on … Continued

Muslim International Film Festival

Muslim International Film Festival is a not-for-profit organization that is committed to providing a platform for current and aspiring filmmakers, videographers, storytellers and creatives to portray Muslim Excellence on the big screen.This grant supported a panel discussion and networking event for Muslim filmmakers.

Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival

Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival is a unique showcase of contemporary Asian cinema and work from Asia and the Asian diaspora. This grant supported a screening of An Act of Worship, as well as a post-film workshop.

Indigenous Visual Culture at OCAD University

The Indigenous Visual Culture program at OCAD University combines practice-specific and interdisciplinary studio-based learning, and courses in the visual, cultural, social and political history of Indigenous peoples. This grant supported the Nigig Visiting Artist Residency.