“Make media with no impact” – that’s the proclamation of the Greencode Project, referring to the environmental footprint of our industry
While investigative documentaries are usually flagship programmes, making them has become increasingly difficult
With 129 documentaries in 10 days, Toronto’s Hot Docs is North America’s well-established answer to IDFA. DOX’s reporter checked out two of the winners.
DocAgora events promise to be at the forefront when it comes to talking about the digital future of documentaries
An almost 3-hour-long documentary about a monastery with no narration, where even the monks are silent: at first glance, these key features of Philip Gröning’s film “Into Great Silence” don’t sound quite like every distributor’s dream.
Sunny Side of the Doc has found a new home in La Rochelle, and this year’s event was all about the arrival of High Definition.
More than 2000 documentary professionals attended this year’s edition of Sunny Side of the Doc. For two of them, their role at the market changed radically.
DISCOVERY CAMPUS SYMPOSIUM AT SUNNY SIDE Earlier this year, the BBC appointed Alan Hayling as Head of Documentaries. The Discovery Campus Symposium at Sunny Side...
As Sunny Side of the Doc was celebrating record-breaking numbers of projects and buyers, five filmmakers from Tehran silently arrived in Marseilles. Somewhere at the fringe of an incredibly bustling documentary market, BEN KEMPAS witnessed how the Iranian directors met their broadcasters for the very first time.