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.

ICS - Instituto da Comunicação Sociall - Institute for the Media

Country Portugal Type of link Organization/Institute
The responsibilities of ICS relating to the media include: collaborating in the definition, execution and evaluation of policies for the sector; implementing and co-ordinating allocation of State subsidies for the media; collaborating in the definition and execution of the external policy of Portugal in the area of media and participating in the external representation of the State as regards that sector; promoting and supporting initiatives aimed at work on communications policies and related matters.

Contact

ICS - Instituto da Comunicação Sociall - Institute for the Media
Palácio Foz
Praça dos Restauradores
1250-187 Lisbon
Phone:
+351 213 221 200
Fax:
+351 213 221 209
WWW:
Email:

IDA - International Documentary Association

Country USA Type of link Organization/Institute
Founded in 1982, the International Documentary Association (IDA) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) that promotes nonfiction filmmakers, and is dedicated to increasing public awareness for the documentary genre. Our major program areas are: Advocacy (we help advocate for, protect and advance the legal rights of documentary filmmakers), Filmmaker Services (membership, funds, doc magazine), Education, and Public Programs and Events: EDUCATION * Doc U is a series of hands-on educational seminars and workshops for aspiring and experienced documentary filmmakers, taught by artists and industry experts. Participants receive vital training and insight on various topics including fundraising; distribution; marketing; business tactics; and much more. * Doc U Online brings IDA's signature Doc U series to the web to be viewed by IDA members around the world. These videos were shot during previous educational panels, and can be viewed in their entirety from the comfort of your living room on your home computer. This program expansion was made possible through generous funding from The Harnsich Foundation and Lekha Singh. PUBLIC PROGRAMS AND EVENTS * IDA Documentary Awards is an annual event that recognizes and honors outstanding documentary films and filmmakers. Hosted by the IDA's Board of Directors and Trustees, the awards ceremony recognizes significant achievements in documentary filmmaking in several categories, including: Career Achievement Award, Pioneer Award, and Music Documentary Award. * DocuDay is IDA's annual screening of the year's Oscar® nominated documentary shorts and features. This event increases public awareness and appreciation for non-fiction films, and takes place in both New York City and Los Angeles. * IDA Documentary Screening Series brings some of the year’s best documentary films to the IDA community and members of industry guilds and organizations. A moderated Q&A with the filmmakers will follow the screenings.

Contact

IDA - International Documentary Association
3470 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 980
90010 Los Angeles
Phone:
+1 213 232 1660
Fax:
+1 213 232 1669
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Email:

IFACCA - International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies

Country Australia Type of link Organization/Institute
The International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA), the first global network of national arts funding bodies. Inaugurated in December 2000, our mission is to create an international resource and meeting ground for all those whose public responsibility it is to support excellence and diversity in artistic endeavour.

Contact

IFACCA - International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies
372 Elizabeth St
Surry Hills
2010 NSW Sydney
Phone:
+61 292 159 018
Fax:
+61 292 159 111
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Email:

Images for the Future

Country The Netherlands Type of link Organization/Institute
In the project Image for the Future, four organizations save an important part of the audiovisual heritage of the Netherlands through conservation and digitization. The digitized material will be made available to education and to the public as broadly as possible. Images for the Future is a project run by EYE Film Institute Netherlands (EYE), the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (Sound and Vision), the Dutch National Archives (NA) and the Knowledgeland Foundation (KL).

Contact

Images for the Future
Beelden voor de Toekomst
P.a. Beeld en Geluid, Postbus 1060
1200 BB Hilversum

Indepedent Filmmakers Association

Country Sweden Type of link Organization/Institute
OFF - Oberoende Filmares Forbund - Independent Filmmakers Assocation

Contact

Indepedent Filmmakers Association
Borgvägen 1
Box 27 121
102 52 Stockholm
Phone:
+46 866 512 21
Fax:
+46 866 366 55
WWW:
Email:

Independent Cinema Office

Country United Kingdom Type of link Organization/Institute
Established in July 2003, the Independent Cinema Office is a national organisation that aims to develop and support independent film exhibition throughout the UK. The ICO works in association with independent cinemas, film festivals, film societies and the regional and national screen agencies.

Contact

Independent Cinema Office
3rd Floor, Kenilworth House
79 - 80 Margaret Street
W1W 8TA London
Phone:
+44 207 636 7120
Fax:
+44 207 636 7121
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Email:

Independent Film Center Filmart Pozega - Nezavisni filmski centar Filmart Požega

Country Serbia Type of link Organization/Institute
The Independent Film Centre "Filmart" is an independent art association, founded in 2005, whose aims are: scientific and professional research on culture, art, film, theatre, music, literature and designimproving cultural and art scene both in Serbia and this regionencouraging international cooperation in the field of culture and art andeducation of the young in the field of culture and art So far, the Independent Film Centre "Filmart" has realized the following projects: The 1st International Student Film Camp "Interaction – Zlаtibor 2006" sponsors: Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia, the Municipality of Cajetina / Zlatibor, 2006The 2nd International Student Film Camp "Interaction – Zlаtibor 2007" sponsors: Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia, the Municipality of Cajetina, Zlatibor, 2007Idea (non)reаlization 2 sponsors: Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia, Secretariat for Culture of the City of Belgrade, Fund for the Open Society / Kraljevo, Belgrade, 2008The 3rd International Student Film Camp "Interaction – Zlаtibor 2008" sponsors: Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia, Ministry of Diaspora of the Republic of Serbia, KulturKontakt Austria / Zlatibor, 2008Film Culture for Students of Teacher Training Faculty 1 sponsors: Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia, Teacher training Faculty Uzice /Uzice, 2009The 4th International Student Film Camp "Interaction 2009" sponsors: Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia, Ministry of Diaspora, the Municipality of Pozega / Pozega, 2009The 5th International Student Film Camp "Interaction 2010" sponsors: Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia, the Municipality of Pozega, Central European Initiative / Pozega, 2010Film Culture for Students of Teacher Training Faculty 2 sponsors: Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia, Teacher training Faculty Uzice /Uzice, 2010The 6th International Student Film Camp "Interaction 2011" sponsors: Ministry of Culture, Media and Information Society of the Republic of Serbia, the Municipality of Pozega, Central European Initiative / Pozega, 2011Photo documents 2011 – a symposium sponsors: Ministry of Culture, Media and Information Society of the Republic of Serbia, The Municipality of Pozega /Pozega, 2011 Film Educational Centre "Interaction" Pozega, 2011/2012Places for culture sponsors: Fund for the Open Society, The Association of the Independent Cultural Scene of Serbia Novi Sad, Kragujevac / 2011 Since April 2011, IFC "Filmаrt" has been a member of the Association of the Independent Cultural Scene of Serbia. Through project realization, IFC "Filmart" has established cooperation with numerous institutions, organizations and individuals in public, business and non-governmental sector.

Contact

Independent Film Center Filmart Pozega - Nezavisni filmski centar Filmart Požega
Radnicka 11
31210 Pozega
Phone:
+381 641 259 428
Fax:
+381 317 130 61
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Email:

Independent Film Foundation

Country Poland Type of link Organization/Institute
The Independent Film Foundation (Niezależna Fundacja Filmowa) was created in 1999 to support the development and production of intellectually demanding films and create suitable conditions for the artistic and professional development of filmmakers. Since 2006, the Foundation has organized a training programme for scriptwriters from Eastern and Central Europe, ScripTeast. Since 1999 the Foundation has organized the annual ceremony of Polish Film Awards, Orly. It also organizes international meetings and conferences.

Contact

Independent Film Foundation
Bagatela 10/12
00-585 Warsaw
Phone:
+48 226 253 685
Fax:
+48 228 518 444
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Email:

Independent Filmmaker Project

Country USA Type of link Organization/Institute
Since 1979, the non-profit IFP has evolved into the nation's oldest and largest organization of independent filmmakers, and also the premier advocate for them. Since its start, IFP has supported the production of 7,000 films and provided resources to more than 20,000 filmmakers--voices that otherwise might not have been heard. Currently, IFP represents a network of 10,000 filmmakers in New York City and around the world. Through its workshops, seminars, conferences, mentorships, and Filmmaker Magazine, IFP schools its members in the art, technology, and business of independent filmmaking (there are special programs to promote racial, ethnic, religious, ideological, gender, and sexual diversity). IFP builds audiences by hosting screenings - often in collaboration with other cultural institutions - and also bestows the Gotham Awards, the first honors of the film awards season. When all is said and done, IFP fosters the development of 200 feature and documentary films each year.

Contact

Independent Filmmaker Project
68 Jay Street Room 425
NY 11 201 New York
Phone:
(212) 465-8200
Fax:
(212) 465-8525
WWW:

Indigenous Film Center Skábma

Country Finland Type of link Organization/Institute
The Indigenous Film Centre "Skábma" is a regional resource centre in the film and audio-visual field. The Indigenous Film Centre promotes the planning, development and production of films and other products in the field of the media by looking for funding and partners and by arranging education and film events within the Sámi region. Furthermore, the Centre collects and maintains a database of indigenous film sources and organizes the indigenous Skábmagovat Film Festival.

Contact

Indigenous Film Center Skábma
Sámediggi
Angelintie 696
98700 Inari
Phone:
+358 401 879 909
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Email:

Initialize Films

Country United Kingdom Type of link Organization/Institute, Training Programme
Established in 2003, Initialize Films offers a wide range of project-based programmes for screenwriters, filmmakers and producers, from one-day lecture-based courses to intensive six-month labs. Our programmes are supported by leading film organisations such as UK Film Council through Skillset and Olswang. Initialize provides high-quality and market focussed reports on scripts for screenwriters, filmmakers and producers. Initialize has developed strong knowledge of the possibilities of online campaigns (marketing, financing and distribution) for filmmakers and producers and we offer a range of events and courses featuring leading experts in the field. We offer private consultancy for screenwriters, filmmakers and producers to give expert assistance as they develop their projects. Our consultancy covers: development strategies; development funds; script development; packaging; production finance strategies; co-production strategies; online distribution strategies.

Contact

Initialize Films
Studio 2, Imex House
42 Theobalds Road
WC1X 8NW London

INPUT

Country USA Type of link Organization/Institute, Other Events Deadline month December Event month May
The INPUT conference is the largest international meeting of public television stations, one that not only brings the directions of television program development closer, but also contributes to improving the standards to which TV programs are realized. INPUT gives birth to a new understanding of television as an institution operating in the public interest. INPUT takes place in a different country every year, e.g., Spain, USA, Taiwain, Switzerland, RSA, Poland. INPUT is a voluntary organization run by people who work closely with public television stations. Organized for 30 years, the conferences have a significant impact on world-wide TV production development, initiate co-production projects, and help creators and producers in establishing international contacts. The name INPUT is an acronym that stands for INternational PUblic Television.

Contact

INPUT
651 Brannan Street, Suite 410
CA 94107 San Francisco
Phone:
+1 415 356 8383 x 238
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Email:

Institut du Monde Arabe

Country France Type of link Organization/Institute
The Institute provides a link between France and 22 Arabic countries. Its aim is to promote communication and exchange of ideas between the Arab world and France in the fields of culture, science and technology. The Institute hosts film screenings, posts information on Arabic presence at film festivals, and organizes the Paris Biennale of Arabic Cinema.

Contact

Institut du Monde Arabe
1, rue des Fosses Saint-Bernard
Place Mohammed-V
75236 Paris
Phone:
+33 140 513 838
Fax:
+33 143 547 645
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Email:

Institut Français de Sofia

Country Bulgaria Type of link Organization/Institute
Institut Français de Sofia

Contact

Institut Français de Sofia
2, rue Diakon Ignatii
B.P. 673
1000 Sofia
Phone:
+359 293 779 22
Fax:
+359 298 094 98
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Email:

Institut national de l'audiovisuel

Country France Type of link Distributor, Organization/Institute
Since its creation in 1974 INA has been carrying out the conservation, research and training which has made it a precursor and world leader in archiving, digitisation, and safeguarding of audiovisual assets, as well as the technological innovation relating to these two domains. On the strength of its know-how, INA is now active in all the continents, offering its services to international players in the audiovisual field.

Contact

Institut national de l'audiovisuel
4, avenue de l'Europe
94360 Bry-sur-Marne
Phone:
+33 149 832 000
Fax:
+33 149 832 590
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Email:

Institute for Contemporary Art

Country Croatia Type of link Organization/Institute
Institute of Contemporary Art is an open hub for the design of cultural and contemporary art projects development and production.

Contact

Institute for Contemporary Art
Berislavićeva 20
10000 Zagreb
Phone:
+385 148 721 11
Fax:
+385 148 721 12
WWW:
Email:

Institute for the History of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution

Country Hungary Type of link Organization/Institute
The institute, as a centre for the research of the post-1945 Hungarian history, does not confine itself to publishing its findings in the traditional way. It also seeks modern means of reaching beyond historians to a broader history loving public It has therefore not only published books, but developed websites and issued CD ROMs and documentary films.

Contact

Institute for the History of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution
Dohány u. 74. II.
1074 Budapest
Phone:
+36 132 252 28
Fax:
+36 132 230 84
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Email:

Institute for Transmedia Design

Country Slovenia Type of link Organization/Institute
The Institute is a multifaceted creative community involved in international projects. It promotes local and international discussion, cultural exchange and education in transmedia design. Our vision is to move and interconnect knowledge, culture, entrepreneurship, and project spaces – these are central part of our DNA and shape our beliefs in collaboration and work. The Institute operates as an open platform in the process of building relationships among creative practitioners: freelancers and industries. Transmedia design is one of the newest specializations in the field of design. The story worlds we design are a balance between a strategy, story and technology. The Institute is located in Slovenia.

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Institute for Transmedia Design
Borovnjakova 6
SI-9000 Murska Sobota

Institute of Art History

Country Croatia Type of link Organization/Institute
The Institute of Art History is a public scientific institution focusing on the history and theory of Croatian visual arts (painting, sculpture, architecture, town planning, regional planning and visual communications) of all chronological or stylistic periods, from the Early Middle Ages to recent events.

Contact

Institute of Art History
Ulica grada Vukovara 68
10000 Zagreb
Phone:
+385 161 127 42
Fax:
+385 161 127 42
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Email:

Institute of Documentary Film

Country Czech Republic Type of link Film Center , Organization/Institute
The Institute of Documentary Film [IDF] is a non-profit training, promotion and networking centre based in Prague, Czech Republic, focused on the support of the EAST EUROPEAN creative documentary film and its wider promotion. IDF was established in 2001 by directors and producers of documentary film and its program has therefore been formed by creative personalities for creative personalities. The IDF programme is intended for filmmakers, independent producers and representatives of East and Central European televisions, as well as for festival selectors, journalists and the general public. The Institute offers a number of activities, for example Ex Oriente Film workshop, East European Forum, East Silver market and webpages DOKweb.net.

Contact

Institute of Documentary Film
Štěpánská 14
110 00 Praha
Phone:
+420 224 214 858
Fax:
+420 224 214 858
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Email:

Instytut Promocji Edukacji

Country Poland Type of link Organization/Institute
The foundation aims to provide information on and to organize educational programmes for children and youth, including the promotion of audiovisual culture and the distribution of a catalogue with educational, art-related or popular-scientific films.

Contact

Instytut Promocji Edukacji
ul. Hutnicza 3
81-212 Gdynia
Phone:
+48 587 827 799
WWW:
Email:

Intercultural Institute of Timisoara

Country Romania Type of link Organization/Institute
The Intercultural Institute of Timisoara (I.I.T.) is an autonomous, non-governmental institution, having a cultural, civic and scientific activity, without political purposes, which adheres to the values and the principles of the Council of Europe concerning interculturality. The I.I.T. was established in 1992 with the support of the local authorities of Timisoara and of the Council of Europe. By its programmes and its activities, the I.I.T. pursues the development of the intercultural dimension in the fields of education and culture. The I.I.T. also promotes, at the national and international level, the climate of tolerance and interethnic communication specific to the town of Timisoara and to the region of Banat.

Contact

Intercultural Institute of Timisoara
Bd. 16 Decembrie 1989 nr. 8
300173 Timisoara
Phone:
+40 256 498 457
Fax:
+40 256 203 942
WWW:
Email:

Intergram

Country Czech Republic Type of link Organization/Institute
INTERGRAM is an independent civic association of the performance artists and producers of audiovisual works.

Contact

Intergram
Na Poříčí 27
110 00 Praha 1
Phone:
+420 222 311 392
Fax:
+420 224 814 879
WWW:
Email:

International Federation of Film Archives

Country Belgium Type of link Organization/Institute
The International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF) brings together institutions dedicated to rescuing films both as cultural heritage and as historical documents. Founded in Paris in 1938, FIAF is a collaborative association of the world's leading film archives whose purpose has always been to ensure the proper preservation and showing of motion pictures. Today, more than 120 archives in over 65 countries collect, restore, and exhibit films and cinema documentation spanning the entire history of film.

Contact

International Federation of Film Archives
1 Rue Defacqz
1000 Brussels
Phone:
+322 538 3065
Fax:
+322 534 4774
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Email:

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