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.

Vytautas Magnus University Multimedia Lab

Country Lithuania Type of link School
Vytautas Magnus University, established in 1922 (reestablished in 1989) is one of the most liberal and modern universities in Lithuania, having liberal studies policy, seeking and establishing successful international relations with other universities all over the world. It is an open university where traditions and innovations meet and compliment each other. In 2007, there were six faculties at the university (Humanities, Economics and Management, Informatics, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Catholic Theology) and four institutes (Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Social Welfare, Faculty of Political Science and Diplomacy). Seventy study programmes were implemented. Number of students exceeded 9000, and the number of teachers and researchers was over 500. In the future, Vytautas Magnus University is seen as Artes Liberales University with its unique system of liberal studies, openness to the world, dissemination of liberal thought and high quality of studies.

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Vytautas Magnus University Multimedia Lab
K. Donelaicio St. 58
LT-44248 Kaunas
Phone:
+370 37 222 739
Fax:
+370 37 203 858
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Wajda School

Country Poland Type of link School, Producer
In 2001, Andrzej Wajda and Wojciech Marczewski formed a film school. Based on the concept of the ‘Film Group’ model, they focused on the effectiveness of the group work method and on the collaboration of generations, and offered a program that is unique in Europe, combining education with production targeted to film professionals. As part of the programs offered by the School, the most interesting directors of the younger generation, both Polish and foreign, are developing their projects and they often produce them here. More than 50 documentary and feature films, as well as 200 shorts have been produced so far. They have been selected and often won prizes at the most prestigious festivals, including Berlinale, San Sebastian, Karlovy Vary, Hot Docs, IDFA and DOK Leipzig. The school enjoys the honorary patronage of the European Film Academy. The Wajda School Foundation operates with the support of the Polish Film Institute and the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. In addition, from 2011 the Wajda School Foundation is subject to the City of Żyrardów patronage, where the school has opened a branch. In 2011, continuing the mission of the School, Andrzej Wajda and Wojciech Marczewski established a film production studio - The Wajda Studio. The studio focuses on auteur film projects. We are looking for feature and documentary films, and short films on contemporary subjects. The Studio makes a difference by artistic supervision from the best Polish and European artists, and by placing a firm emphasis on project development.

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Wajda School
ul. Chelmska 21 bud. 24
00-724 Warsaw
Phone:
+48 228 511 056
Fax:
+48 228 511 057
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ZeLIG - School for Documentary, Television and New Media

Country Italy Type of link School, Training Programme Deadline month November
ZeLIG is an institution dedicated to training people in the documentary film sector. As such, it represents a focal point for students, teachers and professionals in an international context. Training in documentary film-making lies at the core of ZeLIG’s many interests. The three-year, full-time course in documentary film-making is tri-lingual (Italian-German-English), with majors in camera/lighting, editing/post-production, and directing/project development; ZeLIG also offers a course for professionals in the social documentary field, ESoDoc, a European training initiative funded by the Media program; ZeLIG’s continuous training efforts include courses for professionals held periodically; ZeLIG organizes conferences, debates, film series, and is involved in important projects and collaboration on an international level.

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ZeLIG - School for Documentary, Television and New Media
Via Brennero 20 d
39100 Bolzano
Phone:
+39 0471 977 930
Fax:
+39 0471 977 931
WWW:
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