DOKweb Content
www.DOKweb.net is a portal dedicated to East European documentary film. The news section provides up-to-date information on upcoming and just completed films, interviews with filmmakers and other documentary professionals, in-depth articles exploring the state of documentary filmmaking in various parts of the region, as well as insightful texts on current trends, funding, etc. The portal also boasts the largest published databases of completed and upcoming documentary films from Eastern Europe, an industry directory, as well as trailers and original video content. www.DOKweb.net is IDF´s key online project that provides comprehensive details on all IDF´s activities and links them with general information service.
Institute of Documentary Film’s Activities
Founded in 2001, the INSTITUTE OF DOCUMENTARY FILM (IDF) is a non-profit training and networking centre based in Prague, Czech Republic, focused on the support of East European documentary films and their wider promotion. Our activities support filmmakers through all stages of completion – development, funding, production, post-production, and distribution. We aim at individual filmmakers (tailored consultations), groups of carefully selected professionals with projects or films (Ex Oriente Film, East European Forum, East Silver, Doc Launch, etc.), broader professional community (East Doc Platform), as well as the general public (portal www.DOKweb.net). We closely work with key int. festivals, broadcasters, distributors, sales agents, markets, or training initiatives and serve as the GATEWAY TO EAST EUROPEAN DOCUMENTARY FILM.

Film Agency for Wales

Country United Kingdom Type of link Funding
Established in July 2006, the Film Agency for Wales is the sole Agency for film in Wales, with a remit to ensure that the economic, cultural and educational aspects of film are effectively represented in Wales, the UK and the world. As a strategic agency, the Film Agency aims to facilitate the emergence of a viable and sustainable Welsh film industry and to promote a vibrant and dynamic film culture. The agency supports the development, production, exhibition and distribution of feature and full-length documentary films.

Contact

Film Agency for Wales
S4C Media Centre
Llanishen
CF14 5DU Cardiff

Film Akademie Wien

Country Austria Type of link Producer

Contact

Film Akademie Wien
Metternich Str. 12
1030 Vienna
Phone:
+43 699 192 46 654
Email:

Film and Art Festival TWO RIVERSIDES

Country Poland Type of link Festival Section fiction, experimental, documentary, animated Deadline month May Event month August
The Festival is organized by The TWO RIVERSIDES Association. The permanent Festival’s sections are: World Under Canvas, In The Short Run, Music - My Love, I Love Cinema, Great Cinema On Small Marketplace. The festival organizes the Audience Poll and Independent School And Amateur Short Films Competition.

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Film and Art Festival TWO RIVERSIDES
ul. Lubelska 12
24-120 Kazimierz Dolny
Phone:
+48 22 203 51 92
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Email:

Film and Audiovisual Culture Department - Masaryk University

Country Czech Republic Type of link School
The prehistory of the Film Studies at the Masaryk University reaches back to the period right after 1945. The institutional foundations of the department, however, were not laid until after November 1989, when the Department of Theatre and Film Studies at the Faculty of Arts of the Masaryk University was established. The subject of Film Studies, or Theory and History of Film and Audiovisual Culture – which is the name under which the department was accredited in 2001, has been independently studied since 1993. Currently, it offers B.A. (3 years), supplementary M.A. (2 years) and Ph.D. (4 years) study programs. Generally, the study program is defined by three major fields of study: history of the Czech cinema, history of the world cinema and theory and history of cinema, television, new media and audiovisual culture. It also provides courses in critical writing, film and TV dramaturgy and screenwriting.

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Film and Audiovisual Culture Department - Masaryk University
Arna Nováka 1
602 00 Brno
Phone:
+420 549 49 15 11
Fax:
+420 549 49 15 20
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Email:

Film and Media Studies - University of Copenhagen

Country Denmark Type of link School
MA-level programme focused on the media, film theory, visual culture, etc.

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Film and Media Studies - University of Copenhagen
Njalsgade 80
DK-2300 Copenhagen S
Phone:
+45 35 32 81 00
Fax:
+45 35 32 81 10
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Email:

Film and Music Entertainment Ltd

Country United Kingdom Type of link Producer
Production company

Contact

Film and Music Entertainment Ltd
25 Noel Street
W1F 8GX London
Phone:
+44 (0)207 434 6655
Fax:
+44 (0)207 434 6644
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Email:

Film and Television Academy

Country Poland Type of link School
Film school

Contact

Film and Television Academy
Chelmska 21
00-724 Warsaw
Phone:
+48 22 840 67 40
Fax:
+48 22 840 67 40
WWW:
Email:

Film and Video Studio Vyatka ltd.

Country Russia Type of link Producer

Contact

Film and Video Studio Vyatka ltd.
34 Urytsky St.
610000 Kirov
Phone:
+7 8(8332)67-63-79
Fax:
+7 8(8332)67-60-19
WWW:
Email:

Film and Video Umbrella

Country United Kingdom Type of link Producer
Production company

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Film and Video Umbrella
8 Vine Yard
SE1 1QL London
Phone:
+44 20 7407 7755
Fax:
+44 20 7407 7766
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Email:

Film Archive Forum

Country United Kingdom Type of link Organization/Institute
The Film Archive Forum represents all of the public sector film and television archives which care for the UK's moving image heritage. It represents the UK's public sector moving image archives in all archival aspects of the moving image, and acts as the advisory body on national moving image archive policy.

Contact

Film Archive Forum
Linda Kaye, c/o British Universities Film & Video Council
77 Wells Street
W1T 3QJ London

Film Archive Slovakia

Country Slovak Republic Type of link Organization/Institute
Activities of the Film Archive include special storage, maintenance, preservation and restoration of films and audiovisual material of Slovak production, and in accordance with regulations of the International Federation of Film Archives FIAF , it also restores a selection of significant films of foreign origin. The Archive is administered by the SFI as a significant part of the Slovak cultural heritage and state-protected national property. The materials owned by and collected in the Archive can be lend to film professionals and educational establishments according to the Lending Rules.

Contact

Film Archive Slovakia
Grosslingova 32
812 09 Bratislava
Phone:
+421-2-57101540
Fax:
+421-2-5296 3461
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Email:

Film Art

Country Poland Type of link Distributor
Distributor

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Film Art
ul. Okrąg 6
00-415 Warsaw
Phone:
+48 505 38 97 04
Fax:
+48 22 628 64 99
WWW:
Email:

Film Art Production

Country Poland Type of link Producer
FILM ART PRODUCTION found its place on the field of Polish-German cooperation. Its primary purpose of the activities is building a platform for understanding and acceptance through culture and art beyond the barriers resulting from historical experience.

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Film Art Production
ul. Bujwida 1/5
31-529 Krakow
Phone:
+48 124 232 092
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Film Audio

Country Estonia Type of link Producer
Film Audio is a professional sound dubbing studio that specializes in film sound dubbing and it offers AB stereo format.

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Film Audio
Madala 1
10313 Tallinn
Phone:
+372 66 11 065
Mobile:
+372 51 06919
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Email:

Film Audio Ltd

Country Estonia Type of link Producer

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Film Audio Ltd
Hõbeda 3
10125 Tallinn
Phone:
+372 66 11 065
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Email:

Film Business School - Latin America

Country Spain Type of link Workshop Deadline month September Event month October
The Film Business School - Latin America is a four-day project based workshop on financing coproductions between Europe and Latin America and the legal structures related to these processes. The FBS-LA aims to maximize the opportunities for interaction, consultation, feedback and training between a selected group of Latin American and European producers and a team of influential senior industry professionals and executives. Its aim is to accelerate the career progress of these selected film producers who have demonstrated success in their domestic markets and now want to make the transition to larger films, aimed at a truly international audience and increase the number of co-productions between the two regions.

Contact

Film Business School - Latin America
c/ Molino 1 bis - 2ª planta
29400 Ronda
Phone:
+34 952 873 944
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Email:

Film by the Sea - International Film Festival

Country The Netherlands Type of link Festival Section fiction Formats 16 mm, 35 mm Event month September
The festival screens a large variety of films, ranging from major Hollywood productions to smaller arthouse films. The programme consists of the competition section featuring films based on a literary source, an audience award for films that will not be released in Dutch cinemas, the lifetime achievement award (2003: Etore Scola; 2004: Milos Forman, 2005: Istvan Szabo), and a number of seminars, workshops, educational activities and debates.

Contact

Film by the Sea - International Film Festival
Spuikomweg 5
4381 LZ Vlissingen
Phone:
+31 118 412 437
Fax:
+31 118 416 093
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Email:

Film Center Serbia

Country Serbia Type of link Film Center , Organization/Institute, Funding
Film Center Serbia (FCS) is an institution based on the achievements of the highly respected Film Institute (1963-2004). FCS was established in 2004 under the Ministry of Culture, with the aim of strategic development and reconstruction of the Serbian film industry. FCS was established: • to creatively stimulate and administer financial support to Serbian cinema on behalf of the Ministry of Culture of Serbia, through annual competitions for screenplay and project development, film production and postproduction. • to create a legal and administrative framework for the development of film industry and therefore facilitate the necessary transformation of film industry and culture while upholding the standards of the European Union. • to allow for the distribution and copyright enforcement of the cinematic cultural heritage. • to create better conditions for the professional advancement of all structures that make up the Serbian film industry. FCS represents Serbian films and film industry at all major festivals and markets – including Cannes, Berlin, Venice, Toronto, Rotterdam, Karlovy Vary, Locarno, Pusan etc.

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Film Center Serbia
Zagrebacka 9/III
11000 Belgrade
Phone:
+381 112 625 131
Fax:
+381 112 634 253
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Email:

Film Classification Board

Country Portugal Type of link Organization/Institute
The aim of the board is to inform about audiovisual and interactive products that might be harmful to minors. The board is not a censorship body and does not interfere with the integrity of audiovisual productions. CCE reviews and classifies the following: films, videos, DVD, digital games and theatre plays.

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Film Classification Board
Palácio Foz - Restauradores
Apartado 2616
116-802 Lisbon
Phone:
+351 213 212 500
Fax:
+351 213 212 551
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Email:

Film Comment

Country USA Type of link Film Magazine
Film Comment is published bimonthly by the Film Society of Lincoln Center.

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Film Comment
70 Lincoln Center Plaza
10023 New York
Phone:
+1 212 875 5610
Fax:
+1 212 875 5636
WWW:
Email:

Film Commission Ciudad de la Luz

Country Spain Type of link Organization/Institute
Established in 2005, the Film Commission of Ciudad de la Luz is the institution promoting the locations and the audiovisual industry in the area of Alicante and it is connected with all administration, institutional agencies and companies and professionals associations within the audiovisual sector of Valencian region.

Contact

Film Commission Ciudad de la Luz
Edificio Apoyo Producción 3, Planta Baja
Avda. Jean Claude Combaldieu, s/n
03008 Alicante
Phone:
+34 965 908 090 ext. 8502
Fax:
+34 965 908 091
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Email:

Film Commission Torino Piemonte

Country Italy Type of link Organization/Institute
The Turin Piedmont Film Commission offers various services to film and TV production companies: location scouting, discounts, incentives, support in negotiations with local institutions, information about local service companies and professionals, etc.

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Film Commission Torino Piemonte
Cineporto
Via Cagliari 42
10123 Turin
Phone:
+39 011 237 9201
Fax:
+39 011 237 9299
WWW:
Email:

Film Commission Virtual de Galicia

Country Spain Type of link Organization/Institute, Funding
The agency offers information about the region of Galicia, infrastructure, local professionals and organizations, legal and funding issues.

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Film Commission Virtual de Galicia
Rúa do Hórreo, 61
15702 Santiago de Compostela
Phone:
+34 981 545 098
Fax:
+34 981 545 847
WWW:
Email:

Film Consult

Country Austria Type of link Funding
FILM FINANCING Film Subsidies (Public Equity) Film Consult has good contacts to the regional Film Subsidies in Austria and assists foreign producers from the early stages of applying to the respective Subsidy Boards till the final audit of the granted subsidy. Investment (Private Equity) Film Consult specialises in the closing of financing gaps and is in a position to assist foreign producers in finding private investors which will pay a certain amount subject to getting certain rights (e.g. all rights for the German speaking territory; first position recoupment out of revenues). SERVICE PROVIDING FILM/TV Film Consult supports foreign producers from Prep till Wrap, and this in all fields of film production: * Doing the Austrian Budget and/or Part thereof * Location Scouting and Management * Managing Austrian Crew including payroll service * Managing film specific equipment and negotiate with Vendors * Dealing with the owners of locations * Dealing with the authorities regarding shooting permissions * Organising and Handling Casting of Actors if needed

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Film Consult
Garnisongasse 11/13
A-1090 Vienna
Phone:
+43 140 637 70-20
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Email:

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