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COLUMBUS (Oct. 2019) – Columbus-based Producer and Director Steph Greegor was recently accepted into the Sundance Institute’s Collab producing course and will finish in December.

“The Sundance Institute offers so many opportunities for emerging artists, particularly women, in a variety of ways, from its fountainhead festival to labs and fellowships,” said Greegor, who has produced two short films, of which Olsky was festival-accepted and Emmy-nominated, and Revenge, Inc., is currently in post-production. “For them to offer this additional layer of education through the Sundance Collab initiative shows their dedication and commitment to diverse voices having opportunities to be heard from all areas of the world.”

Greegor is one of 34 applicants from across the world accepted into the online course run by storied producer Karin Chien and 2018 Independent Spirit Piaget Producer’s Award recipient Summer Shelton. Shelton will…

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COLUMBUS (OH) ~ Eleven One Productions owner Steph Greegor was awarded two individual artist’s grants from the Greater Columbus Arts Council Friday, Nov. 30, 2018.

 

 

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Greegor received the Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson Professional Development & Research grant and a Resource grant to support her work as an individual artist in Columbus, Ohio.

Greegor will use the grants to continue her filmmaking education at the New York Film Academy in New York City and to purchase software that will forward her work in producing films in Columbus, Ohio.

Grants like this are only possible through legislative support, including the city of Columbus and the state of Ohio legislature.

For more information or to apply for a grant, visit the Arts Council website HERE. For more information on Greegor, visit her company website HERE or her personal website HERE.