Sunny Side of the Doc reveals 2023 Global Pitch selections

    Sunny Side of the Doc has announced the official selection of the third edition of Global Pitch. The two half-day online event (7-8 February, 2023) brings together the international documentary film community around engaged themes. Every year, the Global Pitch seeks stories and narratives that are important, powerful, original,engaged and engaging, highlighting the societal, economic, political, geostrategic and human issues of climate change. The 2023 edition of the Global Pitch for Global Change is devoted to Climate Change: its consequences on our societies and the concrete solutions implemented around the world.

    A jury of industry experts consisting of Khadidja Banouataf (Impact Social Club), Keisha Knight (IDA), Cleo Veger (Dogwoof) and Julian Etienne (Doc Society), will have the task of selecting the winning project as the 12 selected projects will have the opportunity to pitch in front of more than 100 high-level international decision-makers representing major broadcasters, streamers, foundations, buyers and other funders.

    2023 Global Pitch selections

    • The C Word (dir.Tosca Looby, prod. Northern Pictures) – Australia
    • Climate Justice (dir. Zouhair Chebbale, prod. Seppia) – France
    • Capturing Water (dir. Rehad Desai, prod. Uhuru Productions) – South Africa
    • Everything is Fine (dir. Rich Felgate, prod. Banyak Films) – UK
    • Their Present is Our Future: Saleem and Climate Adaptation (dir. Emmanuel Cappelin, prod. PULP Films) – France
    • Ojos de Agua, Free Waters of Chile (dir. Marcelo Lara & Marion Esnault, prod. Dryades Films) – France
    • Flying Green (dir. Peter Bardehle, prod. Vidicom Media GmbH) – Germany
    • Future Home (dir. Andy Byatt, prod. Terra Mater Studios GmbH, Amberjack Films LTD) – Austria, UK
    • Standing Up (dier. Babucarr Manka, prod. State of Mic) – Gambia
    • Porto Central (dir. Daniel Lambo, Storyhouse) – Belgium
    • Fight For Food (dir. Maia von Lekow, Christopher King, Zippy Kimundu, prod. Rada Studios Ltd.) – Kenya
    • Intoxicated: How to Avoid the End of the World (prod. Small Boss Production) – Italy

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