Netflix And Adobe Set Winners Of First ‘The Great Untold’ Short Film Grants

Netflix And Adobe Set Winners Of First ‘The Great Untold’ Short Film Grants
Exclusive: Netflix and Adobe have named the winners of their first-ever short film contest, The Great Untold, who will get to bring their pitched shorts to life and receive grants of $10,000, along with access to Adobe experts and tools, and continued mentorship on their projects.

Wilmington, Nc’s Jonathan Morales-Moreno will be producing The Refugee, with Ryan O’Connell, the creator-star of Netflix short-form series Special, serving as his mentor.

Keara Anderson of Healy, Alaska will produce Last To The Wild, with actor-director Maisie Richardson-Sellers (The Kissing Booth) as her mentor.

Samba Diop from Herndon, Va will produce The Game with David Talbert and Lyn Sisson-Talbert, who co-produced Netflix’s first live-action musical, Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey.

In addition to mentorship from these industry vets, Morales-Moreno, Anderson and Diop will participate in a two-week, intensive, virtual film bootcamp to learn about video production, from scripting, to storytelling and editing. Adobe
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