CALL FOR DOCUMENTARY PROJECTS / FILMS
June 30, 2011 marks the deadline for the following activities of the INSTITUTE OF DOCUMENTARY FILM:
- EAST SILVER MARKET - supporting sales and international distribution through festival screenings and TV broadcast (October 25 – 30, 2011 in Jihlava, CZE)
The 8th East Silver - the only market for feature and TV documentaries from Central and Eastern Europe accepts completed East European documentaries with English voiceover or subtitles, produced 2010 - 2011. We offer online streaming and hand out the Silver Eye Award to the best documentaries of the market. Online entry form.
- DOC LAUNCH - supporting festival and theatrical distribution of soon-to-be-released documentaries (October 27 – 28, 2011 in Jihlava, CZE)
The Doc Launch presentation showcases outstanding feature documentaries from Central and Eastern Europe slated for theatrical release. It is designed for documentary projects and rough cuts scheduled for release from November 2011 - October 2012. To download the entry form, follow this link.
September 1, 2011 is our deadline for:
- EAST EUROPEAN FORUM – supporting funding and promotion (October 24 – 31, 2011, Jihlava, CZE)
East European Forum is the largest co-production meeting for creative documentary projects in development and production from Central and Eastern Europe. At the Forum, producers and directors offer their projects for co-production, pre-buy or acquisition. The presentations are followed by Feedback Round Tables where the projects are discussed in detail. Online entry form.
September 30, 2011 is the industry registration deadline for the entire INDUSTRY PROGRAMME:
- East European Forum, East Silver Market and the Doc Launch presentation are the central events of the Industry Programme organized in Jihlava by the Institute of Documentary Film since 2001. The Industry Programme includes Industry Screenings, one-on-one meetings at the Project Market, country-themed Co-production Breakfasts, Case Studies, Master Classes, Networking Dinners, Seminars and other forms of support for documentary films. In 2011, the Industry Programme is expected to host around 100 representatives of European and North American broacasters, festivals, distributors, sales agents and film funds. In addition, it will be attended by some 400 filmmakers, producers, representatives of film institutions, organizations and schools. Documentary professionals can register to attend the Industry Programme starting June 2011.