The Motion Media Arts Center offers select arts + tech projects the opportunity to be fiscally sponsored to fulfill our mission of supporting every aspect of production from idea to distribution, and our goal to educate, train, and develop emerging artists to be active participants in shaping our culture.

Projects Fiscally Sponsored by Motion Media Arts Center are able to give donors the incentive of a charitable deduction for income tax purposes, a service individual filmmakers and arts projects could not otherwise offer. It also enables them the ability to access foundation and government grant funding that may only be accessible to non-profit organizations or fiscally sponsored projects.

To make a secure, tax-deductible donation directly to a particular project that is currently fiscally sponsored by MMAC, simply click on its corresponding "Donate" button below!


Dokdo Lone Island

Matt Koshmrl. Dokdo Lone Island is a film about the roots of identity, legacy, and national sentiment, told with three journeys connected by one small island: Dokdo. Dokdo explores the personal reasons that motivate three advocates to fight for this controversial conflict, and brings a challenging perspective on nationalistic pride.



Songwriters Across Texas

Pitt Garrett. Songwriters Across Texas Television Show features local Songwriters and their great Music with interviews with each artist about their musical journey. Our mission is to "Get the Music Out". Through interviews and live performances, discover songwriters through their interviews and songs how they are are touching lives through the creative process of songwriting.


For more information about sponsored projects, please contact Community Director Carrie Cates by sending an email to: carrie@austinfilmschool.org