Untold Stories 2012 – applications close 29 October

Media Trust have joined forces with Sainsbury’s and Google to bring you this year’s Untold Stories, a national initiative offering small charities from across the UK the opportunity to tell their story through film.

If you’re a charity, not-for-profit or voluntary organisation with a turnover of less than £2million, don’t miss your chance to be matched with a top volunteer filmmaker who will research, plan and produce a short, high-quality film at a fraction of the normal cost. Chosen charities will also receive invaluable advice from experts at Google on how to achieve maximum online exposure for your final film, which will be broadcast on Community Channel next spring. 

Why not check out previous Untold Stories films for inspiration!

Closing date for applications is Monday 29 October at midday.

A fantastic chance to tell your story with the help of a leading filmmaker

Media Trust has joined forces with Sainsbury’s and Google for this year’s Untold Stories initiative, which is designed to provide small charities throughout the UK with the chance to tell their story both online and on Community Channel.

Applicants for Untold Stories must:
• have an annual turnover under £2 million
• be primarily based in the UK
• be a registered charity
• be able to put £1000 towards the production of the film
• be available between November 2012 and March 2013 for the filming process with a member of staff who can be identified as the lead contact

The application process is OPEN until midday on 29 October 2012. For more details, call 020 7871 5692 or email untoldstories@mediatrust.org. To download an application form, click here.

Untold Stories will partner charities with leading filmmakers who volunteer their time and expertise to help research, plan and produce an inspirational short work about their work.


About Roger Nield MBE

Safety Director for the SMPL Organisation and supporting our Vulnerable Veterans Programme.
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