Filmmakers For Tomorrow Foundation (FFTF)

Filmmakers for Tomorrow Foundation (FFTF) is a
Washington, DC based (501c3) non-profit organization that provides young aspiring filmmakers with educational and financial resources.  FFTF's mission is to encourage and support diverse artistic and cinematic expression of American life among young filmmakers.  Through our grant program and youth-oriented projects, FFTF is developing the next generation of local filmmakers ages 16-25.  FFTF also seeks to establish a network of artists, professionals, and educators as mentors to young filmmakers to help sharpen their artistic talents.

FFTF is committed to providing local public high school, college and university film students with access to funding, equipment, education, and training.  FFTF also develops and supports youth-led film projects that reflect America's diversity and that of the Washington, DC metro community.

Click on our Featured Filmmaker link to learn more about our most recent Summer Film Project "Broken Records" and the Director, Jonathan K.W. Chen. See photos from the making of the film.  You can check out our Broken Records theme song and access film photos, video clips and more on our Broken Records web page.

           BROKEN RECORDS (2013)

This Summer FFTF will make our first music video entitled "Outrage." Outrage tells the story of a family that unites to stand up to injustice.  We are seeking Aspiring Filmmakers to fill the role of Assistant Director and Production Assistant for the music video project. The video will be shot in Baltimore, Maryland and Silver Spring, Maryland over a 2-day period in the month of September. All roles are considered volunteer.

If interested, please submit your name, resume, and links to your sample work by close of business Monday, August 24, 2015 to: for consideration. The selection process is competitive and greater consideration will be given to Aspiring Filmmakers with some previous experience. We will review submissions on a rolling basis and contact you for an interview if selected.

The Aspiring Filmmakers will work alongside and be mentored by an experienced team of filmmakers and artists. We are also willing to work with your school and/or university to help set up an internship or college credits for students, if applicable.

Minorities and youth between the ages of 16-25 strongly encouraged.




AUG 16, 2015
Actor Auditions for FFTF Music Video "Outrage," Rockville, MD
SEP 10-20, 2015

DC Shorts Film Festival & Screenplay Competition, Washington, DC. 
SEP 23-27, 2015

Urban World Film Festival
NOV 5-8, 2015

Bronze Lens Film Festival, Atlanta, GA. 

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