The Institute of Documentary Film’s most important activity and the largest documentary industry event in the region, the East Doc Platform, drew over 300 film professionals to Prague to network, pitch, consult and offer upcoming documentary projects to international decision makers.
Documentary development organization East Doc Platform is betting on seven surprisingly diverse "socio-eco-politically oriented" projects, presenting them today at Prague's Cervantes Institute in the context of the One World festival.
The Prague-based Institute for Documentary Film has backed scores of projects over the past year through it Ex Oriente, East European Forum and East Silver programs. A dozen, covering a range of subjects from eugenics to broken down highways will screen at the One World fest 3-12 March.
Only a few days are left to apply for the Dok Incubator workshop. The final deadline is March 3 for participants to apply for this unique documentary rough-cut workshop is calling for participants, willing to work hard – and fly high.
East Doc Platform, scheduled for 3 - 9 March 2014 in Prague, is accepting applications for industry passes through 15 February.
Lidia Duda returns to One World with her documentary about an 80-year-old Polish woman, Everything Is Possible.
The first workshop for science documentaries will take place 16 - 19 April 2014 in Olomouc, Czech Republic.
A new Slovak documentary looks at the struggles of young Slovak artists entering the job market.
Producer Pavel Bercik dips into the topic of Czech Beer in an upcoming documentary.
Lukas Pribyl, director of the Forgotten Transports series of documentaries, is working on a portrait of Czech expatriate H.G. Skilling.