DOCalendar Deadlines in January 2020
Check out our monthly service covering upcoming deadlines of events in the documentary sector. This monthly overview is based on our DOCalendar, a freely available online tool containing a vast collection of information about key industry events.
The documentary world offers a whole variety of different workshops, pitching sessions and other doc industry events but it's sometimes challenging to keep track of all the dates and submission deadlines. That's why we provide a regular overview of documentary events that have a deadline to meet in the coming weeks. This month's DOCalendar entries include deadlines for Screen Skills Ireland Editing for Non-Fiction Workshop, Media Projects Production Grants, Screen Australia’s Documentary Development, doc.incubator 2020 and more. Stay updated with our overview of DOCalendar deadlines for January 2020!
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Screen Skills Ireland Editing for Non-Fiction Workshop
Deadline: 07/01 - 2020. Event dates: 24/01 - 2020In this course participants will gain a full insight into the role and responsibilities of the assistant editor. Areas covered include: Organising project and footage, the difference between fiction and non-fiction, assisting, expectations of performance from the assistant editor.
Media Projects Production Grants
Deadline: 08/01 – 2020. Event dates: 01/10 - 2020
The Media Projects program supports documentary film, television, radio, and podcast projects that engage public audiences with humanities ideas in creative and appealing ways. All projects must be grounded in humanities scholarship in disciplines such as history, art history, film studies, literature, religious studies, philosophy, or anthropology. Projects must also demonstrate an approach that is thoughtful, balanced, and analytical. The approach to the subject matter must go beyond the mere presentation of factual information to explore its larger significance and stimulate reflection. NEH is a national funding agency, so the projects that we support must demonstrate the potential to attract a broad general audience.
Screen Australia’s Documentary Development
Deadline: 24/01 – 2020, Event dates: 13/03 - 20120
Screen Australia’s Documentary Development program assists experienced documentary makers to achieve planned outcomes for the development of their projects. This could include further research, writing the next draft of a script or treatment, strategic shooting and/or editing to attract marketplace development or production finance, or compiling a sizzle reel.
Deadline: 29/01 - 2020. Event dates: -dok.incubator is a six–months mentorship programme focusing on the professional development of filmmakers and offering participants access to internationally experienced tutors for developing their films and testing new ideas in terms of storytelling. Eight teams, each consisting of a producer, director and editor will optimize the film's focus and storytelling, taking into account that there are always multiple ways of telling great stories. The sessions will provide a wider perspective and investigate the potential of films on the international market featuring concrete tools to effectively approach future audiences. Intensive editing, distribution and audience building will turn rough-cut projects into high-end films that attract worldwide interest.
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