DOK Archive Market
On 12 October 2023, we invite accredited festival visitors to meet with international archives at the DOK Archive Market, find out about their footage and stills collections and forge connections with the archive representatives.
The accompanying panel programme presents exciting discussions offering insights into the nuts and bolts of archival research, production and rights clearances.
In one-on-one speed consultations archive researchers and archive producers give concrete advice on researching and licensing footage for documentary projects.
Accredited guests welcome
Hidden Gems from the Collections of Bundesarchiv and Landesfilmsammlung Baden-Württemberg
- “Steine geben Brot”
- “Bahn frei!”
- “Stuttgart Mi Amor”
Read more about the films below.
No tickets needed, just bring your accreditation. Admission on first come first served basis
Archive Producers from the UK, France and Germany discuss the status quo of archival research in their respective countries detailing how the different financing- and production systems impact archive research. The panellists will compare notes on the challenges they are currently facing, especially in the aftermath of the Corona pandemic, and delineate the significance of national and international networks and connections for their work.
Find out what types of professional networks already exist in their countries, how networking processes are organised, what role events like the DOK Archive Market play as meeting places for the industry and how other actors in the industry benefit from the networking of Archive Producers.
Archive Producer GRAP, Germany
Morgane Barrier, Archive Producer, France
Steve Bergson, Archive Producer, UK
Monika Preischl, Archive Producer, Germany
Archival Practices in the Context of Cultural Institutions and Heritage
Representatives of the Landesfilmsammlung, the central archive for the Baden-Württemberg’s film heritage, and the film archive of the Bundesarchiv, the German Federal Archives, discuss the role of their institutions in regards to new strategies of opening their collections and delineate measures to facilitate easier and wider access to their enourmous film libraries. Be part of the discussion and exchange of expertise featuring specialists’ knowledge in the areas of preservation, digitization and copyright questions.
Archive Producer GRAP, Germany
Dr. Adelheid Heftberger, Bundesarchiv
Anna Leippe, Landesfilmsammlung Baden-Württemberg
Daniel Schindler, Landesfilmsammlung Baden-Württemberg
DOK Industry participants are invited to consult with archive researchers and archive producers on researching and licensing footage for documentary projects. On-site registration at the information counter during the event. First come, first served.
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