Archive for category: Festivals & markets

/ 12/13/2011 9:21 PM

Promoting Documentary films at IFFK (thehindu.com)

With an aim to promote fiction and documentary films beyond the festival space , Kerala Chalachitra State Academy and Indian Documentary Foundation( IDF) jointly organised a new initiative-Trigger Pitch as part of the 16 International Film Festival Kerala here in the city on Tuesday. In The Hindu, 13 December 2011 The intention of the TriggerPitch is to identify creative funding [...]

/ 11/21/2011 7:35 PM

Roger Garcia (HAF / Hong Kong): “we will include four documentary projects in HAF 2012″

14 months after his appointment to the role of executive director at the Hong Kong International Film Festival Society and head of HAF, Roger Garcia explains why the major Asian Film Financing platform is opening its scope to documentary films. As a long time consultant, advisor, curator and juror for many film festivals in Asia, America and Europe, Roger Garcia also [...]

/ 11/13/2011 5:45 PM

Documenting the changes on film (China Daily)

The iDOCS International Documentary Forum provides a rare chance for audiences in China to explore this genre through the best productions, and a chance to talk to the master producers and directors behind the cameras. By Han Bingbin In China Daily (2011-12-11 ) Since 2009, the forum has screened more than 20 films every winter from countries such as The [...]

/ 08/20/2011 10:45 AM

GZ DOC 2011: competition and screening application open

The Guangzhou International Documentary Film Festival, GZ DOC, 2011 will be held in Guangzhou, China, from 5 to 9 december 2011. As usual, GZ DOC 2011 will include the following sections: Documentary Market, Competition, Screening , Seminars, as well as Screening Premiere Ceremony, Opening Ceremony, Award Ceremony. The registration for GZ DOC 2011 has been launched recently. The organization comitee is looking [...]

/ 05/05/2011 6:27 PM

Upcoming Busan Contents Market to Showcase Documentaries (ChosunIlbo)

BCM creates a new award program to uncover and support promising documentary producers