Warsaw Industry Days, this year’s industry activities at the Warsaw Film Festival, will take place 19-21 October 2017 and will be a continuation of our previous efforts in the field - CentEast Market.
The aim of our new project is to promote Polish cinema internationally and to provide distribution opportunities. Warsaw Industry Days creates a great networking platform for sales agents, distributors, festival programmers and producers from all over the world.
The programme of Warsaw Industry Days will include projects known form the past, as well as some new exciting events:
1.Pitch&Meet. Warsaw Coproduction Meetings - presentations of film projects to the Polish and international film professionals, as well as an opportunity to exchange ideas during 'one on one' meetings;
2.First Cut Lab - invited experts will watch rough cuts of selected films and suggest editing changes; organised with Polish Film Institute;
3.Doc Lab Poland - presentations of documentaries in various stages of production and post-production, organised by the Ślesicki Foundation;
4.Warsaw Screenings - presentations of the newest Polish films to international sales agents, distributors and festival programmers;
5.Warsaw Works-In-Progress - presentations of selected works-in-progress from Poland, including co-productions (continuation of CentEast Market);
6.Warsaw Next - workshops for young Polish filmmakers;
7.FIPRESCI Warsaw Critics Project - workshops for young and aspiring journalists and film critics, organised in collaboration with the International Federation of Film Critics (FIRPESCI);
8.Open Workshop "The Art of Film Editing" - an event for everyone interested in editing, organised with Polish Film Editors Association.
Accreditations are available for film professionals only. To request your accreditation for Warsaw Industry Days, please register online: link
Deadline: October 1, 2017
CALLS FOR INDIVIDUAL EVENTS
1.Pitch&Meet. Warsaw Coproduction Meetings – 20th -21st October 2017
More information and submission requirements can be found here .
2.FIPRESCI Warsaw Critics Project – 13th -22nd October2017
More information and submission requirements can be found here.
Warsaw Industry Days are organised by the Warsaw Film Foundation, and our key partner is the Polish Film Institute. The detailed programme of the Warsaw Industry Days will be announced at the beginning of October 2017.
For more information please visit: link.
Warsaw Film Foundation WFF, P.O.Box 816, PL-00-950 Warsaw 1, Poland