Academy Film Scholars Program
To stimulate and support new and significant works of film scholarship, the Academy Film Scholars program awards grants of $25,000 to two individuals each year.
Established scholars, writers and historians are awarded grants to research topics that may include cultural, educational, historical, theoretical or scientific aspects of theatrical motion pictures.
A ceremony is held each year to honor the selected Scholars, and each Scholar presents his or her projects or findings in a lecture at the Academy following the completion of their work.
Academy Film Scholar Applications
The application form for the 2013 grant cycle is available. Please visit the How To Apply page to read the program guidelines and start an application. The deadline for submissions is October 1, 2013.
Academy Film Scholars
The collaborative process between directors and cinematographers and an exploration of Hollywood during the age of mergers and acquisitions will be the topics explored by Dr. Christopher Beach and Dr. Thomas Schatz, respectively, who have been named the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' 2012 Academy Film Scholars.