Apply for the 2nd edition of the i_doc workshop
i_doc is a project development program for interactive documentaries. Application deadline is Monday, March 10, 2014.
After a successful first edition, the Laboratory of Visual Culture of the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland (SUPSI) and Visions du Réel International Film Festival / Doc Outlook-International Market (DOCM) are pleased to announce the second edition of its residential 'i_doc workshop: a project development programme for expanded documentaries', to be held in Nyon, Switzerland from April 27 to May 1, 2014.
The i_doc workshop aims to enabling European professionals to seize opportunities and challenges of the currently unfolding audiovisual trends by equipping its participants with practical skills and knowledge in developing, producing, financing and distributing interactive documentaries and transmedia nonfiction projects.
Through lectures, case-study presentations and panels with established authors, producers and notable interaction design experts, the participants will become familiar with the new challenges and opportunities that digital storytelling is promoting into the film and audiovisual creative industry.
Through a Development Lab, featuring project-led group work, personalized coaching and a final public pitch session, the key elements of the participants’ projects will be discussed with the trainers, experts, and European decision makers, getting the best advantage in terms of content development, planning of the audience experience, interaction design, funding strategy and professional networking.
The workshop runs parallel to the DOCM at Visions du Réel which takes place from April 25 to May 3, 2014 in Nyon, Switzerland. The i_doc workshop will take place as part of the DOCM activities. The workshop is open to 20 participants and targets scriptwriters, filmmakers, directors, producers, new media content creators, advertising executives, video-journalists and interaction designers.
You can apply by using the workshop’s webbased application form.
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