Join 'Festival Programming 2022' Webinar (Nov 15)

10. 11. 2021

Author: Veronika Zýková

A unique opportunity to meet the programmers of leading international documentary festivals, find out who is who in programming and learn directly from each programmer about their plans for 2022. An essential panel if you need to understand better how to plan your festival distribution strategy, what are the curatorial differences and preferences of each of the invited festival representatives. Feel free to ask questions that interest you.

NOVEMBER 15, 5:30 pm - 7 pm (CET)
FESTIVAL PROGRAMMING 2022 - WHAT’S NEW? Meet festival programmers & representatives:

Venice IFF, Francesco Gaia Via, Programmer
Karlovy Vary IFF, Martin Horyna, Programmer
One World IHRDFF, Tomáš Poštulka, Programmer
Visions du Réel, Rebecca De Pas, Programmer
Sundance Film Festival, Ania Trzebiatowska, Programmer
DOK Leipzig, Christoph Terhechte, Artistic and Managing Director
CPH:DOX, Mads Mikkelsen, Programmer
Hot Docs, Myrocia Watamaniuk, Senior International Programmer
DOK.fest Munich, Monika Haas, Programmer
goEast Film Festival, Heleen Gerritsen, Head of Festival

Passcode: 220456


November 22, 10:00 am - 11:30 am (CET)
Webinar with Andrea Hock: THE SALES BUSINESS: Contracting challenges: make your deals better

Exclusive webinar opens the door to the world of partnership and contracts with international sales agents. Andrea Hock, experienced sales agent, former head of sales at Autlook Films. You will learn about important points in sales agent agreements and basics in TV/VOD/theatrical deals. You will have much better knowledge about your overall rights and will be able to negotiate deals that suit your documentary projects best. In addition Andrea will be available for 1:1 consultations of your projects.
Passcode: 918397

November 24, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm (CET)
Webinar with Nino Kirtadze: SCRIPTWRITING: Process of script writing with Nino Kirtadze

In her webinar Nino Kirtadze will walk you through her whole process of scriptwriting in documentary film. Nino Kirtadze is an award-winning documentary director, script writer and actress who will share with you her experience of script writing for documentary projects from the initial idea and story development until the engagement with audiences. You will be able to see numerous examples from her works.
Passcode: 829754

December 1, 6 pm - 7:30 pm (CET)
IDF Industry Session: Lina Srivastava Lecture: How documentaries can catalyze systemic change

Moderated by: Margje de Koning, director of Movies That Matter IFF

December 2, 6 pm - 7:30 pm (CET)
Webinar with Lina Srivastava: New ways of thinking about documentaries to support collective efforts

Lina Srivastava is an advocate, strategist, writer, speaker, producer, and storyteller. Her projects are designed with and in service to communities with lived experience of our global challenges. She works collaboratively for positive, collective, community-led change. Her work elevates the stories of these communities to highlight the models of change we all need to adopt and embed.
Passcode: 379152

December 8, 6 pm - 7 pm (CET)
IDF Industry Session: Creative Dialogue: Wolves at the Borders

Creative Dialogue is part of the IDF Industry Sessions series. It presents talks with directors and producers of exceptional documentary projects and tutors who met during the Ex Oriente Film workshop and/or East Doc Platform, both organized by the Institute of Documentary Film. Tutors, film professionals who had the greatest influence on the project, are selected by the director-producer team. This Creative Dialogue will be focused on Wolves at the Borders. Join us for a discussion with director Martin Páv, producer Zuzana Kučerová and tutor Iikka Vehkalahti.


IDF Industry Sessions and Webinars are organized by the Institute of Documentary Film in Prague with support of Creative Europe MEDIA Sub-programme, Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic and Czech Film Fund.

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