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.

abkhatezi

Country Georgia Type of link Film Center

Contact

abkhatezi
Rustaveli av. 37
0180 Tbilisi
Phone:
+995 99 72 20 22

Academic Film Center

Country Serbia Type of link Film Center , Producer
One of the oldest Cine clubs/Film Societies in former Yugoslavia.

Contact

Academic Film Center
Bulevar Zorana Djindjica 179
11070 Novi Beograd
Phone:
+381 112 691 442
Fax:
+381 113 193 889
WWW:
Email:

AFC - Austrian Film Commission

Country Austria Type of link Film Center , Organization/Institute
The Austrian Film Commission (AFC), founded in 1986, is an organization dedicated to promoting Austrian cinema throughout the world. The AFC’s role is to increase awareness of Austrian filmmaking abroad and to support the positioning and release of Austrian films on the international marketplace.

Contact

AFC - Austrian Film Commission
Stiftgasse 6
A-1070 Vienna
Phone:
+43 152 633 23
Fax:
+43 152 668 01
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Email:

Audiovisual Information Centre

Country Slovak Republic Type of link Film Center , Organization/Institute
The Audiovisual Information Centre is a part of the Slovak Film Institute – National Cinematographic Centre. It promotes Eurimages and European Audiovisual Observatory and makes use of advantages concerning Slovak participation; contacts foreign institutions and provides relevant information relating to Slovak cinematographic and audiovisual area; collects, processes and distributes information coming to Ministry of Culture of the Slovak Republic and Slovak Film Institute relevant for specialists of Slovak cinematographic and audiovisual territory; cooperates with partner institutions including Ministry of Culture of the Slovak Republic, Slovak Audiovisual Producers' Association, Union of Slovak Film Distributors and others; provides relevant information concerning film and audiovisual databases abroad and regularly updates a directory of Slovak institutions, companies and organizations working in the field of Slovak audiovision and cinema.

Contact

Audiovisual Information Centre
Grösslingová 32
811 09 Bratislava
Phone:
+421 257 101 526
Fax:
+421 252 733 214
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Email:

Austrian Film Institute - Österreichisches Filminstitut

Country Austria Type of link Film Center , Organization/Institute
Established in 1981, the Austrian Film Institute is a federal institution established to provide funding for Austrian films with regard to cultural and economic aspects. The provided funding aims particularly at strengthening the Austrian film industry and the creative-artistic quality of Austrian film which is a prerequisite for its success in Austria and abroad. It is a legal entity under public law and its registered office is located in Vienna.

Contact

Austrian Film Institute - Österreichisches Filminstitut
Spittelberggasse 3
1070 Vienna
Phone:
+43 152 697 30
Fax:
+43 152 697 304 40
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Email:

Balkan Documentary Center

Country Bulgaria Type of link Film Center , Organization/Institute
The Balkan Documentary Center (BDC) is an initiative of the team behind AGITPROP production company. On the one hand, it is a virtual network and framework for support, our very own 0700-BALKANDOCU helpline. On the other, it is a brick-and-mortar actual house in downtown Sofia to be equipped with everything necessary to make this support technically possible, from research lab to production equipment and post facilities.

Contact

Balkan Documentary Center
68 Budapesta Str
1202 Sofia
Phone:
+359 298 314 11
Fax:
+359 298 319 29
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Baltic Films - Estonia/Latvia/Lithuania

Country Estonia Type of link Film Center , Organization/Institute
Baltic Films is the association of three film bodies of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The need for common activities of small countries has developed hand in hand with the growing film production in the region. In Estonia the state film subsidies are forwarded to independent producers by Estonian Film Foundation, in Latvia by National Film Center of Latvia and in Lithuania by the Ministry of Culture. The film bodies also provide information about local film production and studio facilities, intermediate films to festivals and other events.

Contact

Baltic Films - Estonia/Latvia/Lithuania
Baltic Films c/o Eesti Filmi Sihtasutus
Vana-Viru 3
10111 Tallinn
Phone:
+372 627 6060
Fax:
+372 627 6061
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Email:

Bulgarian National Film Center

Country Bulgaria Type of link Film Center , Organization/Institute, Funding
The Bulgarian National Film Center is the Executive Agency of the Bulgarian Ministry of Culture that administrates the implementation of the Film Industry Act (FIA). The main functions of the Agency are to finance film production, film managing, distribution and exhibition of films, to support the promotion of Bulgarian films in this country and abroad, to keep the register under the FIA, to stimulate the development of the film culture.

Contact

Bulgarian National Film Center
2A Dondukov Blvd.
1000 Sofia
Phone:
+359 298 740 96
Fax:
+359 298 736 26
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Email:

California Film Institute

Country USA Type of link Film Center , Organization/Institute
The mission of the California Film Institute is to celebrate and promote film as art and education. We achieve this goal through three core programs: year-round programming at the Christopher B. Rafael Film Center, the annual Mill Valley Film Festival, and the CFI Education Program.

Contact

California Film Institute
1001 Lootens Place, Suite 220
CA 94901 San Rafael
Phone:
+1 415 383 5256
Fax:
+1 415 383 8606
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Email:

Centre for Film Arts

Country Poland Type of link Film Center , Organization/Institute
The Centre for Film Arts in Katowice (Silesia Film - Centrum Sztuki Filmowej) was established in 2006 to promote film culture and art. It brings together numerous film organizations active in Silesia, including debating clubs, film directors, students and lecturers of the film department at the Silesian University. The organization houses two screening rooms and the Silesian Film Archive, constantly digitizing and maintaining its collections. The Centre is also involved in organizing film reviews and screenings.

Contact

Centre for Film Arts
ul. Sokolska 66
40-087 Katowice
Phone:
+48 322 584 241
Fax:
+48 322 584 241 131
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Cinémathèque québécoise

Country Canada Type of link Film Center
The Cinémathèque québécoise is a modern institution. Its mission is to preserve, document and promote national and international film and television heritage. It is a dynamic space in which the architecture reflects the desire for transparency and accessibility, offering an inviting atmosphere for everyone who is interested in the history, new trends, and future of film, television and new media.

Contact

Cinémathèque québécoise
335, boul. De Maisonneuve Est
H2X 1K1 Montréal, Québec
Phone:
+1 514 842 9763
Fax:
+1 514 842 1816
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Croatian Audiovisual Centre

Country Croatia Type of link Film Center , Organization/Institute
The Croatian Audiovisual Centre (Hrvatski audiovizualni centar, HAVC) is the government-backed strategic agency for the audiovisual sector in Croatia. It aims to stimulate a successful, vibrant audiovisual industry as well as to promote the widest possible enjoyment and understanding of audiovisual works throughout Croatia. Our remit ranges from supporting production, distribution, exhibition, marketing and promotion, to professional training and supporting national film archive through the system of public subsidies.

Contact

Croatian Audiovisual Centre
Nova Ves 18
10000 Zagreb
Phone:
+385 16041 080
Fax:
+385 14667 819
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Email:

Culturenet Croatia

Country Croatia Type of link Film Center
Web portal to Croatian culture.

Contact

Culturenet Croatia
c/o Tajništvo Ministarstva kulture RH
Runjaninova 2
10000 Zagreb
Phone:
+385 148 665 30
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Email:

Czech Film Center

Country Czech Republic Type of link Film Center , Organization/Institute
Since 2002 the Czech Film Center (CFC) is systematically promoting contemporary Czech cinematography and the Czech film industry, primarily abroad. Among the CFC´s activities are: providing up-to-date information on the current state of Czech cinematography and Czech film industry (about film productions currently starting up, projects in preparation, statistical data, etc.), co-ordination of promotional activities at important international festivals and markets like in Berlin and Cannes a.o., publication of annual catalogues, promotional DVDs and brochures on Up-coming Czech films, networking in the field of the international film industry, training workshops for Czech film professionals. Czech Film Center organizes showcases of Czech films worldwide.

Contact

Czech Film Center
Národní 28
110 00 Praha 1
Phone:
+420 221 105 321
Fax:
+420 221 105 303
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Email:

Danish Film Institute

Country Denmark Type of link Film Center , Distributor, Organization/Institute, Funding
The Danish Film Institute (DFI) is the government agency responsible for supporting and encouraging film and cinema culture and for conserving these in the national interest. DFI operations extend from participation in the development and production of feature films, short and documentary films, over distribution and marketing, to managing the national film archive and the cinematheque. The DFI Film House, open to the public, is also an entertainment and edutainment facility, with its cinemas, videotheque, restaurant and café, bookshop and filmmaking studio FILM X. Located in central Copenhagen, the Film House also provides a vibrant meeting place for cinema-goers, filmmakers and filmbuffs alike.

Contact

Danish Film Institute
Gothersgade 55
1123 Copenhagen K
Phone:
+45 337 434 00
Fax:
+45 337 434 01
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Email:

Elevenfiftyfive

Country United Kingdom Type of link Film Center
Formed in late 2008 as a reaction to a changing film landscape. We are an independent company uniquely structured to directly support the film community while enabling pioneering brands to connect with audiences through “film”. If you are an advertiser that has identified film as a key territory for your target audience we’d love to hear from you. Equally, If you are within film and feel that you have something to offer these advertisers we’d love to hear from you too!. Pairing the right brands with the right properties should always bring benefit to both.

Contact

Elevenfiftyfive
St Vincent House
30 Orange Street
London

Estonian Film Foundation

Country Estonia Type of link Film Center , Distributor, Organization/Institute, Funding
The Estonian Film Foundation (Eesti Filmi Sihtasutus) was established in 1997 by the Government of Estonia as a private legal institution with the task of financing Estonian film production; establishing and developing international film contacts; promoting Estonian films at home and abroad; supporting the training of Estonian filmmakers and audiovisual professionals; creating and maintaining Estonian film databases. Estonian Film Foundation represents Estonia at international film festivals, markets and organisations. Estonia is a member of MEDIA Plus and European Audiovisual Observatory. As of January 2004, Estonia also joined Eurimages.

Contact

Estonian Film Foundation
Uus 3
10111 Tallinn
Phone:
+372 627 6060
Fax:
+372 627 6061
WWW:
Email:

EYE Film Institute Netherlands

Country The Netherlands Type of link Film Center
EYE is the new institute for film in the Netherlands. EYE unites the Filmbank, Holland Film, the Nederlands Instituut voor Filmeducatie and the Filmmuseum in one organization, under one name. EYE combines an extensive, world-famous film collection with valuable expertise in restoration and research and with educational programmes and international promotion. EYE promotes film culture, debate, reflection and innovation through adventurous film programming, distribution, research and experimentation.

Contact

EYE Film Institute Netherlands
Vondelpark 3
1071 AA Amsterdam
Phone:
+31 205 891 400
Fax:
+31 206 833 401
WWW:

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.

Contact

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

Country Denmark Type of link Film Center , Film Website, Organization/Institute
Filmkontakt Nord (FkN) has since its establishment in 1991 by the independent Nordic short & documentary film community been dedicated to the advancement and promotion of Nordic short films and documentaries internationally. The organisation has four main objectives: information, marketing, networking and the acquisition and dissemination of knowledge and know-how. During FkN’s more than 10 years of activity, it has established itself as a unique central source of information and expertise, catering to the needs of the Nordic independent short film and documentary community, and meeting the demands of the International Marketplace. FkN’s main function is to serve as a common Nordic platform for a stronger production and distribution network within the Nordic countries and a visible united exposure internationally, joining a strong cultural profile with a driven and future-oriented industrial perspective.

Contact

Filmkontakt Nord
Vognmagergade 10
1120 Copenhagen K
Phone:
+45 331 151 52
Fax:
+45 331 121 52
WWW:
Email:

Flanders Image

Country Belgium Type of link Film Center , Organization/Institute
A division of the Flemish Audiovisual Fund (VAF), the missions of Flanders Image is to promote Flemish audiovisual products abroad. The organization is an information centre for the audiovisual production in Flanders and Brussels. Flanders Image attends a large number of international festivals and markets. The Flanders Image market booth not only serves as an informal meeting point for professionals. It is also the place to obtain information on the Flemish audiovisual sector and its products. It also organizes and/or participates in film events abroad that are aimed at supporting Flemish audiovisual production, and supports the promotion of Flemish film releases in key territories.

Contact

Flanders Image
Bischoffsheimlaan 38
1000 Brussels
Phone:
+32 222 606 30
Fax:
+32 221 919 36
WWW:
Email:

Georgian National Film Center

Country Georgia Type of link Film Center , Organization/Institute
The Georgian National Film Center (National Film Center) is a legal entity of public law under the Ministry of culture, monuments protection and sports founded on the basis of Georgian law On State promotion of Georgian National Cinematography dated 5 December, 2000 and enacted in April 2001. The objective of the National film Center is to provide and coordinate state support to the existence and development of Georgian cinema; to facilitate production and distribution of Georgian films by the funds earmarked from the state budget and other sources; to integrate Georgian cinema into the global filmmaking process.

Contact

Georgian National Film Center
4, Z. Gamsakhurdia Sanapiro Str.
0105 Tbilisi
Phone:
+995 322 99 92 00
Fax:
+995 322 99 91 02
WWW:
Email:

German Films Service + Marketing GmbH

Country Germany Type of link Film Center
German Films Service + Marketing GmbH is the national information and advisory center for the promotion of German films worldwide. It was established in 1954 under the name Export-Union of German Cinema as the umbrella association for the Association of German Feature Film Producers, the Association of New German Feature Film Producers and the Association of German Film Exporters, and operates today in the legal form of a limited company. In 2004, the company was reorganized and now operates under the name: German Films Service + Marketing GmbH.

Contact

German Films Service + Marketing GmbH
Herzog-Wilhelm-Strasse 16
80331 Munich
Phone:
+49 895 997 870
Fax:
+49 895 997 8730
WWW:
Email:

Greek Film Center

Country Greece Type of link Film Center , Organization/Institute, Producer, Funding
The Greek Film Centre functions as a public liability company that belongs to the broader public sector, is supervised by the Ministry of Culture and subsidized by the state. Its structure, powers and operation are regulated chiefly by Law 1597/86 for the protection and development of the art of film and the support of Greek cinema and by Presidential Decree 113/98. The aims of the Organization are: the protection, support and development of the art of film in Greece, and the presentation, promulgation and promotion of Greek films both at home and abroad. The Greek Film Center organizes film screenings that cover a wide range of film genres. GFC gives priority to the support of Greek films while Filmcenter's main program will include selected quality films from global cinema. Emphasis will be given to reviving the children's program Cineac and to after-midnight screenings.

Contact

Greek Film Center
10 Panepistimiou ave.
106 71 Athens
Phone:
+30 210 367 8516
Fax:
+30 210 323 3169
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Email:

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