Did you know that films with budgets at 2-3 million dollars are frequently considered to be low budget movies? It takes a lot of resources to make movie magic happen especially without Hollywood backing. That’s part of the reason why this project is being funded through multiple means including grants, made possible through non-profit sponsorship, individual and business donations, invaluable hardworking volunteers, and diverse marketing and fundraising plans.

Successful completion of this film will ensure our ability to support artists not only through representation on screen but also by giving them a channel to market their goods and skills to a broader audience.

Out of Character is being funded in part through private donations by individuals and businesses. Tax-deductible donations of any size to support the production of Out of Character are greatly appreciated and can be made through the Eastern Oregon Film Festival, a 501c3 organization and the fiscal sponsor of the film.

What is Fiscal Sponsorship?

Fiscal sponsorship is an arrangement between an existing 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and an individual or entity lacking the legal status needed to receive grants from foundations, individual donors and government agencies.

About Our Fiscal Sponsor

Eastern Oregon Film Festival is a non-profit 501c3 corporation formed in 2009 that is dedicated to creating a cinematic experience in Eastern Oregon that promotes discovery, entertainment, and education via artistic exhibition and viewership. EOFF today provides fiscal sponsorship to independent filmmakers as well as curating and showcasing a wide range of films through its annual film festival. Through the mediums of independent film and music, EOFF aims to enrich and expand the cultural experience within our community. More information can be found at eofilmfest.com.