DOK Leipzig 29. Oktober – 4. November 2018
61. Internationales Leipziger Festival für Dokumentar- und Animationsfilm
DOK Leipzig 29 October – 4 November 2018
61st International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film
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Film Market

DOK Film Market

Film Market booth with film on screen

The festival’s video library – DOK Film Market – offers accredited professionals who hold a DOK Film Market accreditation the opportunity to view all the documentary and animated films from the festival’s Official Selection independently of scheduled screenings and, for the first time this year, the 360°-films selected for DOK Neuland. Additionally, we showcase around 120 new and outstanding documentaries with international appeal. These come recommended by the DOK Leipzig Selection Committee or are submitted by renowned world sales companies and our international partners, Croatian Audiovisual Centre, DMZ Docs, Doc/it – Italian Documentary Association, Docudays UA, East Silver & Institute of Documentary Film, Krakow Film Foundation & Polish Docs, Taiwan Docs, and Visions du Réel & Swiss Films. All presented films have been produced in the course of the past year.


DOK Film Market pass holders are welcome to book one of the twenty viewing booths in advance via email to: film-market@dok-leipzig.de or at the DOK Film Market counter on the basement floor in the Festival Centre. The video library is also available online via our website throughout the festival week and for an additional six months after the conclusion of the festival.

 


 

When

Mon 29 Oct until Sat 3 Nov

9:00–21:00

 

Where

Festival Centre, Basement Floor

 

Access

DOK Film Market accredited guests

 

Contact


DOK Film Market Coordinator
Roland Löbner

film-market [at] dok-leipzig.de

 


 

DOK Industry Programme is co-funded and supported by the Creative Europe MEDIA Programme of the European Union.