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Do you have an idea that could work internationally that needs development?
Do you want to unlock international finance for factual material?
Do you want to learn from the most exciting people in factual TV?


We want to hear from you.

The Documentary Campus Masterschool is open to non-fiction producers in any format or genre. We are looking for ideas for factual series, one-off documentaries, or cross-media projects, from producers and directors who want to spread their wings and start producing for global markets and audiences.


Submit your project online by 30 September 2010!

Info on the Masterschool & Submission guidelines can be found at:
http://www.documentary-campus.com/v2/page/masterschool/


We are looking forward to receiving your projects!
Your Documentary Campus Team

Documentary Campus e.V.
Einsteinstraße 28
81675 München, Germany
Fon +49-89-410 739-30
Fax +49-89-410 739-39
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www.documentary-campus.com

We are proud to unveil the programme for this year's presentation of East European documentary works-in-progress. Nine remarkable projects that will be released from July 2010 - 2011 will be presented by, among others, Vít Klusák, Erika Hníková, Martin Ryšavý, Pavel Kostomarov, Marianna Kaat, Gyula Nemes, Salome Jashi, Marek Šulík and Andris Gauja. Docu Talents from the East takes place July 6, 2010 at 10:30 am at Hotel Thermal, Karlovy Vary.

First Film Festival In Eastern Europe Devoted

To Contemporary and Classic American Cinema

Festival Contacts:

PR: Agnieszka Wolak, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Programming: Urszula Sniegowska, tel: +48 602 316 900, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.,

International Promotion Contact:

Sandy Mandelberger, International Media Resources

Tel: +1 917 776 8484, email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The new session session of Ex Oriente Workshop was launched in Warsaw, on the 28th of June. It is the first time the event has taken place in Poland. Its main theme concerns planning and organisation of film production. During the whole week Warsaw is hosting experts of European film dokumentary coming from Holland (Marijke Rawie), Danmark (Mikael Opstrup, Jasper Osmund, Charlotte Gry Madsen), Germany (Helge Albers, Stefan Rűll, Georg Tschurtschenthaler) and The Czech Republic (Filip Remunda). Screenings and discussions with the artists, taking place in cinema Rejs, are available for audience.

Berlin-based world sales company m-appeal's award-winning documentary film A STAR IS BORN by Serbian director Vanja Kovačević will be screened as part of the Documentary Film competition

BUDAPEST: Hungarian director Robert Pejo is in pre-production on his new film, Paw, a story based on the real life of the famous Hungarian rescue dog and his trainer Laszlo Lehoczki. Produced by Laszlo Kantor's Uj Budapest Filmstudio the film is set to shoot in autumn. Pejo's wife Magda Dajni has written the script.

If you are experienced scriptwriter from Central and Eastern Europe and you have ready script - do not forget to apply for ScripTeast before July 30th!

We are proud to unveil the programme for this year's presentation of East European documentary works-in-progress. Nine remarkable projects that will be released from July 2010 - 2011 will be presented by, among others, Vít Klusák, Erika Hníková, Martin Ryšavý, Pavel Kostomarov, Marianna Kaat, Gyula Nemes, Salome Jashi, Marek Šulík and Andris Gauja. Docu Talents from the East takes place July 6, 2010 at 10:30am at Hotel Thermal, Karlovy Vary.

"War Games and The Man Who Stopped Them " by Dariusz Jablonski at the special screening in the prestigious Frontline Club in London.