The Alliance des producteurs francophones du Canada is dedicated to the development of the French-language film, television, and digital media industry across Canada. The Alliance is the voice of the audiovisual and independent production sector in francophone Canada.
BDC DISCOVERIES is a continuous development programme for documentary professionals coming from the Balkans or working on a Balkan-related topic and thus looking for a co-producer from the region.
We are happy to come as a delegation with our seven projects from the region and beyond! This year we welcomed participants from Greece, Georgia, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Spain and Italy.
Chiledoc is the brand that gathers the Chilean documentary sector under two founding principles that characterize it: diversity and associated work. Its mission is to promote Chilean documentary productions in the world and encourage its internationalization.
We are the institution of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that promotes the supply of Chilean goods and services in the world. Thanks to our extensive international network, we also support the dissemination of investment opportunities in Chile and promote tourism.
dok.incubator is a tailored made workshop focused on the creative development of films in post-production. Every year we select 8 INT+ 8 (CZ + SK) film teams and help them focus storytelling, sharpen marketing and distribution strategy. In ten years dok.incubator films achieved two Academy Award nominations, five were selected for European Film Awards, 13 at Sundance (three awarded) and 28 were released at IDFA.
is a nonprofit institution for support and training in documentary filmmaking. With one foot in Europe and the other in the Arab/African region, Our mission is to support distinct and singular voices from the region to ensure that a vibrant, evergrowing and inclusive space for documentary filmmaking continues to thrive.
is a nine-month fellowship incubator for female professionals to acquire and exchange the necessary skills to write, research, direct, produce and edit a documentary film. Its main focus lies in the exploration of and experimentation with different forms of storytelling emanating from individual perspectives, reflecting the filmmakers own voices and experiences.
The Doc Toolbox programme forms part of the European Film Market's Diversity & Inclusion initiative and is aimed specifically at international delegations of documentary creatives from marginalized groups and the Global South. The Doc Toolbox Programme is designed to endow documentary creatives with market intelligence, business tools and connections, enabling them to better navigate the international film market.
Hot Docs is dedicated to advancing and celebrating the art of documentary. Each year, Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival – North America's largest doc festival, conference and market – presents over 200 films from around the world. Year round, Hot Docs supports the international industry with professional development programs and a multi-million-dollar production fund portfolio.
The Institute of Documentary Film (IDF) has been supporting creative documentary films from Central and Eastern Europe since 2001. The IDF provides both emerging and experienced filmmakers with training, financing, networking and pitching opportunities, helps them find co-production partners, introduces new distribution opportunities, and improves their orientation on the international market.
Docudays UA International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival is a regular event with an annual 20K attendance in Kyiv. Member of the IHRFN and DAE. The Docudays UA usually comprises the Competition Programme (DOCU/WORLD, DOCU/SHORT, DOCU/UKRAINE, Rights Now! Award), Non-Competition Program, and DOCU/PRO Industry Platform. A festival is a strategic tool for developing and popularizing two sectors: culture and human rights.
The Ukrainian Institute is a public institution affiliated with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine. Its mission is to strengthen Ukraine's international standing through the means of cultural diplomacy. The Institute facilitates international connections between people and institutions and creates opportunities for Ukraine to interact and cooperate with the world.
The werkleitz Professional Media Master Class (PMMC) offers Central German filmmakers the opportunity to further their training in artistic documentary media practice. In addition to workshops on film theory and practice by leading film practitioners, five documentary short films are produced each year in groups of two and in collective dramaturgical work.