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.

Euromozaik - Rubato Film

Country Hungary Type of link Producer

Contact

Euromozaik - Rubato Film
Honfoglalás u. 3.
1221 Budapest
Phone:
+36 70 251 0095
Email:

Europa 2000 Ltd.

Country Hungary Type of link Producer
Production company

Contact

Europa 2000 Ltd.
Kristina körut 23
H-1122 Budapest
Phone:
+36 121 22 246
Fax:
+36 120 22 650
Email:

Europa Cinemas

Country France Type of link Organization/Institute, Funding Deadline month August
Europa Cinemas has become the first cinema network with a mainly European programming. The network provides a financial support to cinemas that commit themselves to the programming of a significant number of non-domestic European films and to the organisation of promotional activities concerning European films for young audiences.

Contact

Europa Cinemas
54, Rue Beaubourg
75003 Paris
Phone:
+33 142 715 370
Fax:
+33 142 714 755
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Europa Cinemas Conference

Country France Type of link Other Events Event month November
Europa Cinemas has become the first cinema network with a mainly European programming. The network provides a financial support to cinemas that commit themselves to the programming of a significant number of non-domestic European films and to the organisation of promotional activities concerning European films for young audiences. Europa Cinemas organizes also an annual conference highlighting the most central questions in film theatre development. The Europa Cinemas Awards for the Best Network for Best programming, Best Young Audience Activities and Entrepreneur of the Year are handed out every year.

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Europa Cinemas Conference
54, rue Beaubourg
75003 Paris
Phone:
+33 142 715 370
Fax:
+33 142 714 755
WWW:
Email:

Europa Film

Country Croatia Type of link Distributor
Distributor

Contact

Europa Film
Hrvatskog proljeća 40/1
10000 Zagreb
Phone:
+385 (1) 29 92 694
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Email:

Europa Film Treasures

Country France Type of link Film Website
The website offers film gems from 28 European film archives to re-discover and view online.

Contact

Europa Film Treasures
c/o Lobster Films
13 rue Lacharrière
75011 Paris

EuropaCinema - European Film Festival

Country Italy Type of link Festival Section fiction Event month September
The festival was established in 1984 with the aim to promote European cinema. Due to its immediate success, EuropaCinema became at once one of the most famous and known festivals in Europe, considered by producers, distributors and authors as a valid alternative to the Venice Film Festival. As part of the official program the festival includes the following sections: 1 Great European Cinema - Italian premiere of European / international films. 2 Official Competition - open to 10 or 11 European films (or European co-productions). 3 Retrospectives, 4 Cinema Lessons, 5 Meetings.

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EuropaCinema - European Film Festival
Via Donatello 50
00196 Rome
Fax:
+39 06 36 00 01 22
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Email:

EuropaCorp

Country France Type of link Distributor
Distributor

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EuropaCorp
137, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
75008 Paris
Phone:
+33 1 53 83 03 03
Fax:
+33 1 53 83 03 04
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Email:

Europafilm AS

Country Norway Type of link Distributor
Distributor

Contact

Europafilm AS
Stortingsgt 30
0161 Oslo
Phone:
+47 22 83 42 90
Fax:
+47 22 83 41 51
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Email:

Europe's Finest

Country Germany Type of link Distributor, Film Website
Europe's Finest is the first cross border 'Cinema on Demand' service for digital theatrical distribution for European cinemas. Our catalogue focuses on film classics and outstanding arthouse titles. Europe's Finest films are offered at an 'on demand' basis in at least 5 territories per film, allowing cinemas to decide when and how often they prefer to screen the films.

Contact

Europe's Finest
c/o reelport GmbH
Kaiser-Wilhelm-Ring 7-9
D - 50672 Cologne
Phone:
+49 221 399 036 36
Fax:
+49 221 677 887 459
WWW:
Email:

European Audiovisual Observatory

Country Czech Republic Type of link Organization/Institute
The main task of EAO is to create transparency in the European audiovisual sector, and to provide information services for audiovisual expert.

Contact

European Audiovisual Observatory
Milady Horákové 139
160 41 Praha 6
Phone:
+420 257 085 310
Fax:
+420 224 322 558
WWW:
Email:

European Broadcasting Union

Country Switzerland Type of link Organization/Institute
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) is the largest professional association of national broadcasters in the world. Working on behalf of its Members in the European area, the EBU negotiates broadcasting rights for major sports events, operates the Eurovision and Euroradio networks, organizes programme exchanges, stimulates and coordinates co-productions, and provides a full range of other operational, commercial, technical, legal and strategic services. At its office in Brussels, the EBU represents the interests of public service broadcasters vis-ŕ-vis the European institutions.

Contact

European Broadcasting Union
L'Ancienne-Route 17A
CH-1218 Grand-Saconnex
Phone:
+41 227 172 111
Fax:
+41 227 474 000
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Email:

European Cinema Festival

Country Italy Type of link Festival Section fiction Formats 35 mm, DCP Deadline month January Event month April
The European Cinema Festival sets out to act as an intermediary among cultures, among various film languages, as well as to become a potential means of cinema promotion, encouraging diversity and avoiding its closure, which leads to non-communicating cultural enclaves. The Festival is divided into several sections, including: European Feature Film Competition; Tributes and Retrospectives; Special Events.

Contact

European Cinema Festival
Cineporto di Lecce c/o Manifatture Knoss
Via Vecchia Frigole, 36
73100 Lecce
Phone:
+39 0832 520 355
Fax:
+39 0832 520 355
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Email:

European Commision Center in Slovenia

Country Slovenia Type of link Organization/Institute

Contact

European Commision Center in Slovenia
Breg 14
SI – 1000 Ljubljana
Phone:
+386 125 288 00
Fax:
+386 142 520 85
WWW:
Email:

European Commission

Country Belgium Type of link Organization/Institute
The European Commission embodies and upholds the general interest of the Union and is the driving force in the Union's institutional system. Its four main roles are to propose legislation to Parliament and the Council, to administer and implement Community policies, to enforce Community law (jointly with the Court of Justice) and to negotiate international agreements, mainly those relating to trade and cooperation.

Contact

European Commission
B-1049 Brussels
Phone:
+32 477 274 663
WWW:

European Culture Association

Country Slovak Republic Type of link Organization/Institute, Producer
Established in 2000, the European Culture Assocation is a production company and organizer of various training projects.

Contact

European Culture Association
Cintorínska 3/A
811 08 Bratislava
Phone:
+421 254 640 351
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Email:

European Documentary Film Symposiums

Country Latvia Type of link Organization/Institute, Producer
Established in 1993 as a non-profit organization for promoting the development of documentary film, European Documentary Film Symposiums (EDFS) soon started to produce documentaries alongside organizing various educational projects, promotional events and conferences (most prominently – the International Documentary film symposium every other year). Since 1996 up to now EDFS has produced six successful documentaries in cooperation with well-known Latvian documentary filmmakers. List of works, produced by EDFS: Leeward Side documentary 1998, 81 min. Director Ivars Seleckis New Times at Crossroad Street documentary, 1999, 85 min, directed by Ivars Seleckis Actor's Solo documentary, 2003, 49 min. Director Romualds Pipars Stand up, Teacher! documentary, 2005, 75 min. Directors Tālivaldis Margēvičs and Romualds Pipars, In the Shade of the Oak Tree documentary, 2007, 97 min, Director Ivars Seleckis. Co-producers: IK Studija and Riga Film Studio (both Latvia) The Only Photograph docudrama, 2008, 52 min. Director Brigita Eglīte, All of EDFS’ films have been published in VHS or DVD or both formats. The studio also works with national film heritage preservation projects and thus far has restored and published a compilation DVD of the early films of Riga School of Poetic Documentary master Uldis Brauns (incl. White Bells, 1961) supplemented with a documentary Comeback made especially for the DVD.

Contact

European Documentary Film Symposiums
Amatu 3/5
LV 1941 Riga
Phone:
+371 672 100 22
Fax:
+371 672 100 22
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Email:

European Documentary Network

Country Denmark Type of link Organization/Institute
European Documentary Network is a meeting point for all professionals, who work with documentary film and television. EDN started in September 1996 as a membership organization for filmmakers, producers, production companies, distributors, associations, film institutions & boards, universities and festivals, broadcasters and film & television agencies. EDN supports, stimulates and networks within the sector in Europe. One major focus has been to inform the members about possibilities for co-production and other kind of collaboration across the borders. This is done through individual service to members, including consultancy on film projects and through workshops and conferences. And through the indispensable EDN TV Guide and DOX Magazine.

Contact

European Documentary Network
Vognmagergade 10
DK-1120 Copenhagen K
Phone:
+45 331 311 22
Fax:
+45 331 311 44
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Email:

European Entrepreneurship Video Award 2010

Country Belgium Type of link Other Events Deadline month April Event month May
The European Commission is encouraging enterprising film lovers to prove their creativity and skills by producing a short video that deals with the following questions: What is entrepreneurship all about? What could encourage people to become entrepreneurs? What could counteract old prejudices and offer new visions of entrepreneurship?

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European Entrepreneurship Video Award 2010
European Commission
Directorate General Enterprise and Industry, unit E.1.
B-1049 Brussels

European Film Academy e.V.

Country Germany Type of link Organization/Institute, Other Events Event month December
The creation of the European Film Academy (EFA) was the initiative of a group of Europe’s finest filmmakers brought together on the occasion of the first European Film Awards Ceremony held in November 1988. EFA was finally founded in 1989 as the European Cinema Society by its first president Ingmar Bergman and 40 filmmakers to advance the interests of the European film industry. The European Film Academy (EFA) now unites more than 2,300 European film professionals with the common aim of promoting European film culture. Throughout the year, the EFA initiates and participates in a series of activities dealing with film politics as well as economic, artistic, and training aspects. The programme includes conferences, seminars and workshops, and a common goal is to build a bridge between creativity and the industry. These activities culminate in the annual presentation of the European Film Awards.

Contact

European Film Academy e.V.
Kurfürstendamm 225
10719 Berlin
Phone:
+49 308 871 670
Fax:
+49 308 871 6777
WWW:
Email:

European Film Commissions Network

Country Belgium Type of link Organization/Institute
EUFCN is a non-profit association which supports and promotes the European film industry and culture. Its main goals are to create a network of the most active European Film Commissions; to promote the exchange of information between members; to sustain the development of location searches and shooting opportunities; and to carry out professional and educational activities for members. Furthermore, it is also involved in promoting Film Commission activities with Public Institutions, the European Community and the film industry; conducting projects funded by the European Union; supporting the film industry; organizing seminars and conferences; analyzing the needs of producers of films and TV dramas and meeting these needs. Today, the EUFCN represents 60 European Film Commissions from 20 countries.

Contact

European Film Commissions Network
Av. Michel Ange 68
B-1000 Brussels
Phone:
+43 664 101 73 00
WWW:
Email:

European Film Festival du Lille (Lille Short FF)

Country France Type of link Festival Section short, experimental, animated Formats ?, HD Deadline month December Event month April
The aim of the European Film Festival is to promote the category of short film and to present a selection of short films in a variety of styles and forms.

Contact

European Film Festival du Lille (Lille Short FF)
Association: Prix de Court
24 avenue Gustave Delory
59100 Roubaix
Phone:
+33 320 154 825
Fax:
+33 320 154 825
WWW:
Email:

European Film Gateway

Country Germany Type of link Film Website
The EFG Portal gives quick access to hundreds of thousands of film historical documents as preserved in European film archives and cinémathèques: photos, posters, programmes, periodicals, censorship documents, rare feature and documentary films, newsreels and other materials. Targeted at scientific researchers and the interested public alike, the EFG offers a look at and behind the scenes of filmmaking in Europe from the early days until today.

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European Film Gateway

European Film Promotion

Country Germany Type of link Film Website, Organization/Institute, Other Events Event month November
Network of Promotion and Export Organisations from 32 European Countries. A key European promotion organization, EFP was launched in 1997 with 10 founding members and has since become a leading international promotion organization in Europe. With an extended membership of 31 organisations, representing 32 different European countries, EFP has throughout the years sought to address the critical issue of improved marketing and promotion of European films. The network promotes European cinema through its joint initiatives and, at the same time, respects and encourages the individuality and richness of each national cinema of Europe. EFP’s mandate is three-fold - to increase the visibility of European films at key international film festivals and markets via the presentation of high-profile press, industry and public events, to design initiatives at selected festivals and markets which offer European filmmakers greater access to the international marketplace, and to promote and support Europe’s up-and-coming filmmaking talent.

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European Film Promotion
Friedensallee 14-16
22765 Hamburg
Phone:
+49 403 906 252
Fax:
+49 403 906 249
WWW:
Email:

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