Tribeca Film Institute today announced several award winners and grantees, during the 10th annual Tribeca Film Festival.

Time Warner presented the Tribeca All Access Creative Promise Awards to:

Gideon’s Army(documentary), director Dawn Porter; about public defenders

County Line (narrative), director/producer Tina Mabry [pictured], Morgan R Stiff producer/writer/editor, and Lee V Stiff producer/executive producer; about a conflicted small-town sheriff

Each receives $10,000.

Seven new Tribeca All Access alumni grants and fellowships went to:

Tribeca All Access Ontrack Grant Narrative
When I Saw You,
dir/prod/wr Annemarie Jacir

Tribeca All Access Ontrack Grant Documentary
Untitled Gay Retiree Documentary,
dir/prod PJ Raval

Tribeca All Access Trans Media Award Narrative
wr/dir Ellie Lee

Tribeca All Access Trans Media Award Documentary
Untitled Mu Xin Project
(working title), dir/prod/dop Francisco Bello

The TAA Adrienne Shelly Foundation Filmmaker Grant
El Jardin
, dir/prod Natalia Almada

The Games for Change Fellowship for TAA Alumni
The Undocumented
, dir Marco Williams

Audience Activation Grant
The Ipo Boys
(aka They Are All My Brothers), dir/prod Nicole Opper

Also, the winners of the Latin America Media Arts Fund were:

  • The Battle for Land (Columbia), dir. Juan Mejia
  • Cocaine Prison  (Bolivia), dir. Violeta Ayala
  • Toys (Mexico), dir. Alba Mora-Roca
  • When Two Worlds Collide (Peru), dirs. Taira Akbar and Heidi Brandenburg

Finally, the inaugural TFI Documentary Fund (supported by Insurgent Media) grantees were revealed to be:

  • Teenage, dir. Matt Wolf, wr. Jon Savage
  • Of Monsters and Men, dir. Morgan Matthews
  • Smash & Grab: The Story of the Pink Panthers,dir. Havana Marking, prod. Mike Lerner
  • Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey, dir. Ramona Diaz

In all, funding of $125,000 was given.

“This year’s winners and grantees are true examples of the incredible strength of films and talent resulting from the support of the Tribeca Film Institute,” said Beth Janson, Executive Director of the Tribeca Film Institute. “Our main hope is that these films go on to completion and build strong relationships with audiences.”