Submit your documentary projects to the Ex Oriente Film 2023

Ex Oriente Film workshop 2023 is an international project-based training program that supports the development and funding of exceptional creative documentaries from Central and Eastern Europe. They are currently accepting applications for feature-length documentary projects and creative documentary series projects until April 14th, 2023.

The workshop includes 12 documentary feature-length projects and 5 documentary series projects, represented by director-producer or creator-producer teams. During the workshop, participants will receive assistance from over 30 leading European experts, obtain key international contacts, and become a part of a network of over 540 European professionals. The Ex Oriente Film 2023 workshop’s leading tutors are producer and consultant Iikka Vehkalahti (Finland), director and script editor Ivana Pauerová Miloševičová (Czech Republic), director and producer Filip Remunda (Czech Republic) and Ruth Reid (United Kingdom).

The workshop is open to directors, producers, and creators from Europe, with a special focus on Central and Eastern European projects. Projects from other countries are also welcome to apply. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to take your documentary project to the next level.

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