Sunny Side of the Doc to highlight XR, immersive content, and innovation

Sunny Side of the Doc 2023 will take place in La Rochelle, France, from June 19 to June 22, 2023. As with each year, it is a premiere opportunity for industry professionals to showcase their latest projects, and to explore the challenges and trends of the industry.

The programme for this year includes a series of events dedicated to innovative experiences and new narratives. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in conferences, masterclasses, and case studies where international experts will discuss different topics related to innovation and XR. They will cover audience engagement, distribution, adaptation, immersive exhibitions, impacts, and financing. Moreover, attendees will experience the potential of digital innovation and culture through the VR area and the PiXii Festival – which now takes over La Rochelle in autumn, where this year’s best projects will be on display.

Sunny Side of the Doc 2023 is an excellent opportunity to shape the future of documentary filmmaking by bringing together creators, producers, studios, cultural institutions, broadcasters, and decision-makers from all over the world.

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