FNE IDF Doc Bloc: Record Number of Applications for East Doc Platform

More than 200 projects in development, production or postproduction have applied to the three main activities at East Doc Platform: East European Forum, Project Market and Doc Tank.


FNE DocBloc: Miroslav Janek Retrospective

Czech director Miroslav Janek is receiving an online retrospective through Doc Alliance through 20 December 2015.


FNE DocBloc: ZagrebDox Pro Extends Application Deadline

Applicants have until 7 December to apply for the free documentary workshop.


FNE/IDF DocBloc: East Doc Platform Deadline Approaches

The deadline to apply for East Doc Platform is 1 December 2015.


FNE IDF Doc Bloc: IDF to Participate in IDFA

A delegation from the Institute of Documentary Film will attend the next IDFA Forum.


FNE IDF Doc Bloc: EDN Teams up with Platforms in Poland and Cyprus on New Distribution Initiative

A NEW MODEL FOR FILM DISTRIBUTION - Moving Docs brings high quality documentaries to audiences all over Europe.


FNE/IDF DocBloc: CEE Films Screening at Kasseler Dok Fest

CEE films are the focus of the Kasseler Dok Fest, running through 15 November 2015.


FNE/IDF Doc Bloc: Submit Your Documentary Project to Docs in Thessaloniki

Docs in Thessaloniki is an international pitching forum offering an outstanding opportunity to create alliances for future collaborations. Here you will develop your project, pitch it to leading financiers and network with European colleagues in a relaxed atmosphere. Submission deadline is January 15, 2016


FNE DocBloc: People from Nowhere

JIHLAVA: Latvian producer Antra Gaile is in early production with People from Nowhere, a Cold War era documentary directed by Estonian director Jaak Kilmi.


FNE DocBloc: Julian Assange Fills the Great Hall at Jihlava IDFF

JIHLAVA: Taking risks is not the traditional path for most film festivals. Sponsors and audiences often prove averse to such a move. But in the case of the fifth annual Inspiration Forum at the Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival, the risk of inviting WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange paid off for audiences, the festival, and the founder/curator of the event, Filip Remunda.