DOX IN VITRO – International Seminar & Workshop
16 & 17 September 2016, Kursalon, Piešťany/Slovakia
DOX IN VITRO (documentary projects in a test tube) is a two-day seminar and workshop focused on development of documentary projects organised with its main partner, European Documentary Network (EDN). It is designed for up and coming producers and documentary filmmakers from Slovakia and neighbouring countries. After the event, the EDN will provide the representatives of selected projects with further opportunities to present their projects at European fora of which the EDN is co-organizer.
SEMINAR (16 September 2016)
The seminar will focus on how to build documentary stories as well as on essential elements in constructing a documentary film. It will also present an approach of a renowned TV broadcaster towards coproductions with independent producers.
WORKSHOP (17 September 2016)
The workshop is your opportunity to develop your documentary project under guidance from leading international documentary experts. You will receive input and feedback on essential consideration for the further development including the narrative structures, visual style and potential financing opportunities. This is done by working in a small group under creative guidance from international professionals.
Selected applicants with projects will have an opportunity to consult the project with renowned international tutors:
Ove Rishøj Jensen, EDN, Denmark
Beate Thalberg, ORF/3sat, Austria
Brian Hill, director & producer, Century Films, United Kingdom
Deadline for applications:
15 August 2016 (with project – seminar and workshop)
8 September 2016 (without project – seminar only)
Organizers: Cinematik Piešťany, European Documentary Network (EDN), Creative Europe Desk Desk Slovakia
With financial support from Slovak Audiovisual Fund
Cult & Beyond will take you on a journey into magical worlds behind the mirror, into the worlds of boundless imagination.
Young contemporary German cinema will be present within the Germany Magnified: Farewell to Yesterday section curated by Oliver Baumgarten.
The competitive section Cinematik.doc provides a unique opportunity to see the latest Slovak documentary output at one place.
Audience will have an opportunity to see films by Andrey Tarkovsky, Ingmar Bergman, Robert Bresson and Luis Buñuel and put Jaime Rosales’ ouvre into wider context.