EDN Congratulates! Five EDN Workshop Projects Among IDFA 2017 Film Selection
EDN congratulates! is a series of news stories where we congratulate documentary teams from EDN workshops when they have achieved great results. In this edition of EDN congratulates! we are proud to announce that a number of EDN forum and workshop projects are featured as part of the IDFA 2017 film selection.
by Jens Pedersen, Maria Stevnbak Andersen
and Jakob Gottschau (Pedersen & Co, Toolbox Film)
Keeping track of how projects and finished films are doing is of great importance not only to filmmakers but also to the European Documentary Network, especially when projects have been developed or pitched at EDN forums and workshops. Therefore we are proud to announce five titles that have gained official recognition through their selection for this year's screenings at IDFA. The projects were previously co-developed at the EDN initiatives Lisbon Docs, Docs in Thessaloniki, Twelve for the Future and Crossing Borders and RealYoung.
The previous EDN workshop projects that have been selected for screenings at IDFA 2017 are:
Debut | Anastasiya Miroshnichenko, Viktar Labkovich, Andrey Klukovic | Pervaja Kinovideo Company | Belarus — Participated in: EDN Pitching Forum Docs in Thessaloniki
Moldovan Miracle | Stian Indrevoll, Johnny Holmvåg | Flimmer Film | Norway
Participated as "Miracle in Moldova" in: EDN Co-Production Workshop Twelve for the Future
Mr. Gay Syria | Ayse Toprak, Antoine Simkine, Christine Kiauk, Ekin Çalışır | France, Turkey, Germany
Participated in: EDN Pitching Forum Lisbon Docs
The Next Guardian | Arun Bhattarai, Dorottya Zurbó | Éclipse Film | Hungary, Bhutan
Participated as "Stories from the Field" in: EDN Workshop Crossing Borders
Kids on the Silk Road | Jens Pedersen, Maria Stevnbak Andersen, Jakob Gottschau | Pedersen & Co, Toolbox Film | Denmark — Participated in: EDN Workshop Crossing Borders and the EDN initiative RealYoung
The EDN team would like to congratulate the above mentioned project teams on their success and the official recognition of their work.
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