The list of the Fritt Ord Foundation's grants for more than NOK 100 000 that were awarded in March 2018 has now been published.
On the list, we find a dozen grants for the development, production and promotion of documentary films. f(x) produksjoner AS received NOK 100 000 for the development of the documentary series "The invisible", which follows life at a centre for children and young people with serious, complex functional disabilities. Rosenlund Film received NOK 75 000 for the development of "The grey zone - a documentary about Norwegian assailants". Paragon Features received NOK 100 000 for a feasibility study for the documentary film "School to Prison Pipeline", which gives us insight into lower class African-American life in Bridgeport, Massachusetts in the US.