The submissions are open for the Warsaw Industry Days Works-in-Progress. The organizers welcome works-in- progress that have not previously been presented at other markets or festivals until September 30, 2018.
Warsaw Industry Days looks for projects from Poland (including co-productions). For the selection of Works-in-Progress, submissions are open for full length feature film projects or documentaries, advanced in the shooting process or in post-production, not previously presented at other markets or festivals.
The footage for selection purposes should be:
between 1 and 20 minutes
via a web link to uploaded material (preferably vimeo links), with English subtitles.
Warsaw Industry Days will be held October 18-20, 2018, during the 34th Warsaw Film Festival.
It will consist of the following elements:
Warsaw Screenings - organized since 2000; the newest Polish films (fiction features, docs, and shorts), which have international potential, will be presented to international sales agents, distributors, and festival programmers;
Warsaw Works-In-Progress - presentations of selected works-in-progress from Eastern Europe;
First Cut Lab Warsaw - experts watch rough cut of selected films and suggest editing changes; organized in cooperation with Polish Film Institute;
Warsaw Next - workshop for young Polish filmmakers, who have at least one short film to their credit; meetings with Polish and international professionals; lectures and masterclasses; participation in Warsaw Industry Days;
FIPRESCI Warsaw Critics Project - since 2006; workshop for young film journalists and critics from Central and Eastern Europe, organized in cooperation with FIPRESCI;
Doc Lab Poland - presentations of documentaries in various stages of production and post-production; organized by the Ślesicki Foundation;