We invite filmmakers to apply to dok.incubator - an international workshop supporting directors, producers and editors with their late-stage documentary projects! Apply now to develop your rough cut into an outstanding feature film with a tailor-made release strategy.
3 weeks to the DEADLINE: 29th January 2020
What to expect?
6 months’ work in the editing room, supported by top internationally-renowned tutors, to develop your film and sharpen the storytelling
Create a tailor-made distribution and marketing strategy to reach the widest possible audience and learn the tools to attract it
Gain a new perspective on your film within a global context, enlarge your professional network and kick-start your international career
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE WORKSHOP HERE
Further questions? See our FAQ page
We look forward to seeing what you’ve been working on! If you have your materials ready, feel free to submit the application now.
Best wishes, Andrea Laciaková & the dok.incubator team
What people say about dok.incubator:
‘An incredible and unique workshop, made of amazing tutors –editors, filmmakers, producers– that made my year, maybe changed my life, and definitely helped The Disappearance of my Mother to get to final completion. I strongly suggest anybody who has a project in post production to apply!‘ – Beniamino Barrese, director of ‘The Disappearance of My Mother’ (2019 Sundance – World Cinema Documentary Competition), Participant 2018
‘If you have a film on rough cut stage, I highly recommend this workshop. It’ll be good for your project, but most importantly - it’ll be good for you!‘ – Matti Näränen, editor of "Själö", Participant 2019
‘Do it – it’s magic!’ – Pia Hellenthal, director of ‘Searching Eva’ (2019 Berlinale – Panorama, Documentary Award nomination)
‘dok.incubator has proven an invaluable resource for fresh talent and surprising, unconventional storytelling approaches. In our experience attending, we've observed a workshop model that's both rigorous and incredibly intimate. The hands-on approach from their tutors and mentors help cultivate some of the most exciting nonfiction stories out there.‘ – Harry Vaughn, programmer of Sundance Film Festival – Guest 2018, 2019
‘An amazing experience. A moment to share reflections about cinema, editing, storytelling and documentaries. The best place for real critiques with kind people from the documentary tribe!’ – Alex Szalat, commissioning editor at ARTE France – Tutor 2016 – 2019