MONICA & DAVID is made in association with:

HBO Documentary Films

HBO Documentary Films offers fearless programming, providing the best documentaries on U.S television, including award-winning stories about individuals with disabilities—King Gimp, Music by Prudence, Autism the Musical, and The Collector of Bedford Street.  HBO signed a First Look Agreement for MONICA & DAVID in 2007, and recently acquired the film for national U.S. broadcast.

The Fledgling Fund

The Fledgling Fund seeks to improve the lives of vulnerable individuals, families, and communities by supporting innovative media projects that target entrenched social problems.  They offers strategic grants and investments that help fledgling projects take flight. Fledgling has funded both completion funds and community engagement for MONICA & DAVID.

Chicken & Egg Pictures

Chicken & Egg Pictures is a hybrid film fund and non-profit production company dedicated to supporting women filmmakers who are as passionate about the craft of storytelling as they are about the social justice, environmental and human rights issues they’re embracing, translating and exploring on film.  In addition to funding, Judith Helfand, Wendy Ettinger, Julie Parker Benello have offered mentorship and support.

Tribeca All Access (TAA)

TAA is a program of the TRIBECA FILM INSTITUTE, provides emerging and established filmmakers from traditionally underserved communities access to industry professionals, with workshops, panels, and one-on-one meetings.  TAA was the first industry supporter of MONICA & DAVID, selecting director, Ali Codina, for its program in 2007, and continues to support and nurture the film.

Additional support to make the film from:

South Florida Arts Consortium who awarded their Fellowship for Visual & Media Artists to Ali in 2009.