East Doc Platform has announced its guest line-up for the 3-9 March event.
Paula Oneț is developing 4GenWomen, a global project gathering stories about families with four generations of women under one roof in different countries and cultures.
Accreditations for East Doc Platform 2018 are opened until 20 February 2018. The event, organised by the Institute of Documentary Film in association with the One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival, will take place from 3 to 9 March 2018.
See an overview of the new edition of East Doc Platform, that will take place in Prague from 3 to 8 March 2018.
See the complete list of projects selected for East Doc Platform 2018.
Together with the Creative Europe Desks - MEDIA from the Czech Republic and Slovakia, the Institute of Documentary Film organises a meeting with documentary filmmakers in Prague on 25 January 2018 regarding Media and Society: European Documentary in a Changing Media Landscape, a project aiming to set out a blueprint to secure a sustainable future for the industry.
Romanian filmmaker Ana Lungu is developing The Unbearable Lightness of the Golden Age, a documentary on 8 mm aiming at creating an intimate portrait of the typical family during the Communist era.
Marine Gulbiani is currently in production with documentary Before Father Is Back, a coproduction between France, Georgia and Germany.
The large group of East European film professionals who attended IDFA – the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (15-26 November 2017) is headed by the Institute of Documentary Film.
Films by Czech director Helena Trestikova and Romanian director Alexandru Solomon have been picked up by Hungary's Verzio IDFF.