Doc Funding Across Borders: Updated Edition of The EDN Co-Production Guide Now Available Online
EDN - European Documentary Network recently published a new edition of the EDN Co-Production Guide, a tool for documentary professionals looking for international financing options for their film projects. The updated guide provides details on co-production possibilities in 30 European countries and features major improvements in terms of usability and data presentation. All information is edited by EDN, provided by established producers and based on concrete co-production experiences.
For this year's update of the EDN Co-Production Guide, EDN has again commissioned experienced producers to provide information about the funding possibilities for co-productions in their country. The information is compiled in an easy-to-use format making it possible to use the information in the everyday reality of a production company.
The guide includes:
• Profiles of co-production funds in 30 countries
• Guidelines for funding of co-productions in each country
• Titles of co-produced projects and production companies
• Contact info, relevant links and organizations
• A forum for EDN members to share co-production experiences
• Examples of co-production agreements
• Improved user interface and data presentation
• Search function using keywords to filter results
• Updated co-production agreements and an example of a deal memo
The EDN Co-Production Guide is aimed at producers with a documentary project seeking international co-production funding and partners. The Guide is short enough to get an overview of co-production possibilities in these territories and detailed enough to create a co-production strategy. The EDN Co-Production Guide is available online for all members of EDN. Non-EDN members have the opportunity to get a general overview of the guide with limited features - full access can be obtained by joining EDN.
In order to access the guide, please visit the following link:
EDN - European Documentary Network is a member-based organisation for professionals working with documentary film and television. The organization has around 1000 members from more than 60 countries and is involved in over 50 documentary events every year. More about EDN — edn.network
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