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Crossing Borders 2016 Part 2

October 25-30, 2016. Leipzig, Germany.


This year's edition of Crossing Borders includes a pitch training workshop featuring presentations to international financiers. The five-day session will take place in Leipzig, Germany.

Documentary Campus, EDN – European Documentary Network and BCPF – The Broadcasting Content Promotion Foundation are calling for documentary projects (series, one-offs and cross-platform). For more information about the call, please also see Part 1 of Crossing Borders 2016.

Further details about the workshop (including project selections, names of tutors and financiers) will be posted here as soon as they become available.

The language of the workshop is English and all applications must be in English.

About Crossing Borders

Crossing Borders is an international training programme launched in 2010 by Documentary Campus and the EDN – European Documentary Network. It brings together filmmakers and documentary experts from both Europe and Asia, who are highly motivated to collaborate with each other across national borders, and have the ambition to enter each other’s markets both artistically and financially.

Through one-to-one sessions with recognized professionals and trainers from around the world, the programme offers creative and practical support for targeting a project for the international market. The aim is to create an invaluable network between Europe and Asia and to furnish the participants with the necessary knowledge and contacts for their future work on an international level. For more information on previous editions of Crossing Borders and examples of participating projects and success stories visit


Crossing Borders is an initiative by:

In collaboration with BCPF and supported by KCA: