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.

Guild of Documentary Film and Television Official Resource

Country Russia Type of link Organization/Institute

Contact

Guild of Documentary Film and Television Official Resource
Masnickaja Ul., d.24/7, str.1, of.13
10100 Moskva
Phone:
+7 495 624 1536
Fax:
+7 495 624 1536
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Harbourfront Entertainment

Country Canada Type of link Organization/Institute

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Harbourfront Entertainment
545 Lake Shore Blvd. West
ON M5V 1A3 Toronto, ON
Phone:
001 416 26 03 856
Fax:
001 416 260 3638
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Email:

Harvard Film Archive

Country USA Type of link School, Organization/Institute
The Harvard Film Archive offers a public cinematheque program, presenting films Friday through Monday nights year round. Established in 1979, the Harvard Film Archive has grown into an incomparably rich resource for scholars and filmmakers, now housing over 25,000 film titles as well as posters, documents and ephemera.

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Harvard Film Archive
Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts
24 Quincy Street, Harvard University
MA 02138 Cambridge
Phone:
(617) 495 4700
Fax:
(617) 496-6750
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Haus der Kulturen der Welt

Country Germany Type of link Organization/Institute
The Haus der Kulturen der Welt is a place for international contemporary arts and a forum for current developments and discourse. Located in the capital city of Berlin, it presents artistic productions from around the world, with a special focus on non-European cultures and societies. Visual arts, music, literature, performing arts, film, academic discussions and digital media are all linked in an interdisciplinary programme that is unique in Europe. In a time when local and national issues are inextricably tied to international developments, the Haus enables the voices of the world to be heard in their great diversity and gives them a productive place in the inner-societal dialogue. In cooperation with artists and experts, it offers visitors opportunities to grapple with the conflicts, challenges and questions of our time: How do our respective living conditions impinge upon each other? What kind of a future do we want to live in? How can we shape our world more intelligently, but also more poetically?

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Haus der Kulturen der Welt
John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10
10557 Berlin
Phone:
+49 303 978 7175
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Haus des Dokumentarfilms - Documentary Film Centre

Country Germany Type of link Organization/Institute
The Documentary Film Centre is an independent institute that is an interface of practical experience and research and which, in addition to archival and academic functions, also performs consulting and mediating functions. Its mission is the gathering, research and support of German and international film and television documentation.

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Haus des Dokumentarfilms - Documentary Film Centre
Europäisches Medienforum Stuttgart
Mörikestraße 19
D-70178 Stuttgart
Phone:
+49 711 997 808-0
Fax:
+49 711 997 808-20
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Hellenic Audiovisual Institute - I.O.M.

Country Greece Type of link Organization/Institute
The Hellenic Audiovisual Institute is the national applied research organisation in the field of audiovisual communication in Greece, established in 1994. IOM is a legal entity of Private Law, supervised by the General Secretariat of Communication. IOM is thoroughly engaged in carrying out methodical research-projects concerning, mainly, the audiovisual media: Radio, Television, Cinema, Multimedia and New Technologies.

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Hellenic Audiovisual Institute - I.O.M.
11, Fragoudi & Al.Pantou Str.
Kallithea
176 71 Athens
Phone:
+30 210 909 8690
Fax:
+30 210 909 8693
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Hellenic Ministry of Culture

Country Greece Type of link Organization/Institute
The Ministry of Culture is the governmental body responsible for cultural heritage and the Arts in Greece. Its decentralized departments (Museums, Ephorates of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities, Ephorates of Byzantine Antiquities and Ephorates of Recent Monuments) are spread throughout Greece while its administrative departments are situated in Athens.

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Hellenic Ministry of Culture
20-22 Bouboulinas St.
106 82 Athens
Phone:
+30 210 889 4800
Fax:
+30 210 889 4805
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Hellenic Union of Composers and Songwriters

Country Greece Type of link Organization/Institute
EMSE - Hellenic Union of Composers and Songwriters

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Hellenic Union of Composers and Songwriters
10, Sapfous Str.
105 53 Athens
Phone:
+30 210 321 9100
Fax:
+30 210 321 5278
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Hidden Child

Country Czech Republic Type of link Organization/Institute, Producer

Contact

Hidden Child
Jáchymova 3
110 00 Praha 1

Hot Springs Documentary Film Institute

Country USA Type of link Organization/Institute
The Hot Springs Documentary Film Institute strives to provide cultural opportunities, entertainment, and cinematic education to increasingly wider audiences through quality documentaries on a variety of topics and themes. It is also a goal of the HSDFI to provide a venue for new and established documentarians from across the nation and abroad, and to provide support for other community and cultural organizations through film programming and other educational outreach efforts.

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Hot Springs Documentary Film Institute
819 Central Avenue
71901 Hot Springs
Phone:
+1 501 321 4747
Fax:
+1 501 321 0211
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Hungarian Directors Guild

Country Hungary Type of link Organization/Institute
The organization has been working since 1995 as the professional representative of Hungarian film directors. It organizes film related events and established the Jolan Arvai Award.

Contact

Hungarian Directors Guild
FilmesHáz
Raday utca 31/k
1092 Budapest
Phone:
+36 299 3024
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Hungarian Federation of Film Societies

Country Hungary Type of link Organization/Institute
The Hungarian Federation of Film Societies was organized in 1968 as a joint initiative between film clubs and the film trade. Film clubs used to number three times the 100 clubs in existence today, and an organization was needed to support and represent them. The change of regime and the economic and social changes have had a massive influence on the film clubs´evolution in recent times. The federation disseminates information for its members in its quarterly News Bulletin and has extensive video library. Also, meetings for filmgoers are regularly held, expanding film club members´understanding of film history. The members are informed annually about the work and plans of the federation at a general session. The nine member board comes together twice a year.

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Hungarian Federation of Film Societies
Budakeszi ut 51
1021 Budapest
Phone:
+36 1 398 1137
Fax:
+36 1 398 1139
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Hungarian Film Commission

Country Hungary Type of link Organization/Institute
The Film Commission was set up in 1998 within the framework of the Motion Picture Public Foundation of Hungary with the support of the Ministry of National Cultural Heritage in order to provide location services and promote Hungary as a film location. In January 1999 the Membership Application of the Hungarian Film Commission was approved by the AFCI membership Review Committee, as an Interim Member. The Hungarian Film Commission participates at the annual Locations´Trade Show in Los Angeles with the aim of meeting other film commissioners and production professionals, and to create a film-friendly image of Hungary.

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Hungarian Film Commission
Varosligeti fasor 38
1068 Budapest
Phone:
+36 135 176 96
Fax:
+36 135 287 89
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Hungarian Film Union

Country Hungary Type of link Film Center , Distributor, Organization/Institute, Producer
Hungarian Film Union (Magyar Filmunio) was established in 1992 by the Motion Picture Public Foundation of Hungary for the promotion of Hungarian film throughout the world. The main fields of activity: organisation of the participation of Hungarian films (feature films, shorts, documentaries and animation) at international film festivals; organisation of retrospective screenings and national film weeks abroad; organisation of the Hungarian National Film Festival; contact and collaboration on a regular basis with international professional organisations and with national cinema and audiovisual bodies worldwide; organisation of conferences, workshops and meetings of the audiovisual sector; acting as a switchboard between Hungarian industry professionals and their partners abroad.

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Hungarian Film Union
Városligeti fasor 38
1068 Budapest
Phone:
+36 135 177 60
Fax:
+36 135 267 34
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Hungarian Independent Film and Video Association

Country Hungary Type of link Organization/Institute
The Association was established in 1931 and organizes the work of alternative, non-professional, independent and experimental filmmakers and video artists in Hungary. They also organize regional, national, thematic and generation film weeks and festivals, as well as artist creative camps. The Association helps to promote Hungarian motion picture education and teachers´training with different courses and training programs.

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Hungarian Independent Film and Video Association
Oktogon tér 4
1067 Budapest
Phone:
+36 130 230 16
Fax:
+36 130 230 16
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Hungarian National Film Archive

Country Hungary Type of link Organization/Institute
The Hungarian Institute of Film Science was founded in 1957 and it is based on the plan drafted by Béla Balázs in 1948. Its name has been changed to Hungarian Film Institute in 1985. Since June 2000 it is called the Hungarian National Film Archive, the status is a ‘national public collection' since 1991. The Archive's duties: collection, acquisition, preservation, restoration, screening and professional storage of the Hungarian features, documentaries, newsreels, animations, popular science films and classics of world cinema.

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Hungarian National Film Archive
Budakeszi út. 51/E
1021 Budapest

Hungarian National Film Fund

Country Hungary Type of link Organization/Institute, Funding

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Hungarian National Film Fund
Pf. 748
1365 Budapest
Phone:
+36 1 461 13 20
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Hungarian Society of Cinematographers

Country Hungary Type of link Organization/Institute
The Hungarian Society of Cinematographers (Magyar Operatörök Társasága) is a registered social and professional organisation functioning in the film and television industry as well as in related trades. Its aim is to organise the Hungarian cinematographers – no matter what field they work – into an association, the aim of which would be to develop Hungarian cinematography.

Contact

Hungarian Society of Cinematographers
Róna u. 174
1145 Budapest
Phone:
+36 125 156 66 / 115
Fax:
+36 125 107 68
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Iberautor Promociones Culturales

Country Spain Type of link Organization/Institute

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Iberautor Promociones Culturales
Barbara de Braganza, 7
28004 Madrid

Icelandic Dramatists' Union

Country Iceland Type of link Organization/Institute
The Icelandic Dramatists´ Union is an independent organization of playwrights and scriptwriters in Iceland. Its main purpose is the protection of the artistic, moral and pecuniary rights of its members, and the promotion of contemporary Icelandic playwrighting. The Icelandic Dramatists´ Union is the authorized party to make framework agreements with all theatres in Iceland and jointly with The Writers' Union of Iceland makes other agreements, i. e. with Icelandic radio- and television stations. The Icelandic Dramatists´ Union is a member of The Nordic Union of Playwrights and a founding member of the Fédération des Scénaristes d’Europe / The Federation of Scriptwriters in Europe.

Contact

Icelandic Dramatists' Union
Gunnarshús, Dyngjuvegur 8
104 Reykjavik

Icelandic Film and Television Academy

Country Iceland Type of link Organization/Institute
The Icelandic Film & TV Academy (IKSA) unites the film makers associations in Iceland in co-owned organisation, which aim is to enhance the Icelandic film and TV industry. For pursuing this goal, the Academy operates the EDDA Awards, the annual film and TV awards in Iceland. The EDDA awards are the Icelandic film scene harvesting festival with the aim to encourage professionalism in the industry. Members of the Academy vote on the work and individuals that are awarded each year. The Icelandic Film & TV Academy is a member of Film Academies Network of Europe and is responsible for nominating Iceland’s submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. The Academy published for years the industry magazine ‘Land og synir’, with the affiliating website. With a growing number of media focusing on Icelandic film and TV content, the publication was put on hold in fall 2011, mainly due to difficulties in raising funds for the operations. The Icelandic Film & TV Academy was formed in 1999 and the first EDDA Awards where handed out that year. The Academy is a private limited company owned and operated by: Association of Icelandic Film Makers (FK); Association of Icelandic Film Producers (SIK); Film Directors Guild of Iceland (SKL).

Contact

Icelandic Film and Television Academy
Hverfisgata 54
101 Reykjavik
Phone:
+354 562 3580
Fax:
+354 562 7171
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Icelandic Film Board

Country Iceland Type of link Organization/Institute
The role of the Icelandic Film Board is to give advice and make proposals to the Culture Minister about public policy and objectives in the matters of film art. The Minister appoints members of the Film Board for a three year term; the chairman and vice-chairman without nomination, and the other five members after nominations from the following organisations: The Association of Film Producers, The Association of Icelandic Film Directors, The Icelandic Filmmakers Association, The Association of Cinema Owners and The Icelandic Artists Alliance.

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Icelandic Film Board
Túngata 14
101 Reykjavík
Phone:
+354 562 3580
Fax:
+354 562 7171
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Icelandic Filmmakers Association

Country Iceland Type of link Organization/Institute
Founded in 1966, the Icelandic Filmmakers Association is the umbrella association for filmmakers in Iceland and guards their interests in copyright- and other related issues. The Association of Icelandic Filmmakers is open to all professionals within the filmmaking industry.

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Icelandic Filmmakers Association
P.O. Box 5162
128 Reykjavik

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.

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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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