Princess Grace Award
Graduate Film Scholarship, 2000

Additional Grants:
2006 Special Project Grant

2016 Special Project Grant

2022 Special Project Grant

2012 Professional Development Grant

2016 Professional Development Grant

2017 Professional Development Grant

 2018 Professional Development Grant

2017 Flaherty Seminar Participant

2018 Flaherty Seminar Fellow

Mitch McCabe is a queer artist, filmmaker and educator whose work spans narrative, nonfiction and experimental film, mining themes of class, politics and identity grounded in their native Midwest. Their short and feature films have screened at Sundance, True/False, New Directors/New Films, Sheffield, Ann Arbor, Camden, Clermont-Ferrand, Winterhür, Edinburgh, McEvoy Foundation for the Arts and New York Film Festivals. Their feature HBO documentary “Youth Knows No Pain” screened at IDFA, Lincoln Center and AFI Silverdocs. A 2019 Sarah Jacobson awardee and past fellow of MacDowell and the Flaherty Seminar, McCabe’s work has been supported by MASS MoCA, NYSCA, Yaddo, LEF, Jerome and Djerassi Foundations. They received their BA in Visual and Environmental Studies from Harvard College and their MFA from New York University. They live and work between Michigan and New York.