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24th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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Doc Alliance

Seven documentary film festivals collaborate to create new possibilities for documentary films.

Doc Alliance

Doc Alliance is the result of a creative partnership of 7 key European documentary film festivals: CPH:DOX, Doclisboa, Millennium Docs Against Gravity FF, DOK Leipzig, FIDMarseille, Ji.hlava IDFF and Visions du Réel. The aim of the Doc Alliance initiative is to advance the documentary genre, support its diversity and continuously promote quality creative documentary films.

The members of Doc Alliance are:

CPH:DOX COPENHAGEN

The largest documentary film festival in Scandinavia focuses on innovative films converging on modern tendencies in the genre of non-fiction, art and experimental film.

The festival is held in March.

DOCLISBOA

Doclisboa is the only festival in Portugal dedicated exclusively to documentaries. It is a member of Doc Alliance since 2013.

The festival is held in October.

DOK LEIPZIG

German film festival has 50 years of history and promotes documentary films with "the heART of documentary".

The festival is held in October.

FID MARSEILLE

A French festival celebrating the diversity of the documentary form is a member of Doc Alliance since 2012.

The festival is held in July.

MFDF JI.HLAVA

„Thinking through film“ is the motto of the Czech representative of Doc Alliance. It presents hundreds of documentary and experimental films, which are dedicated to the contemporary world of film production, as well as films from Central and Eastern Europe. It places emphasis on showing cross-genre documentary/fiction films as well as new television formats.

The festival is held in October.

MILLENIUM DOCS AGAINST GRAVITY FF

Warsaw documentary film festival presents a competition for mainly human rights documentaries as well as short animated films.

The festival is held in May.

VISIONS DU RÉEL

This Swiss film festival features a representative competition showing feature-length, middle- length and short-length documentaries along with the ateliers of important documentary filmmakers.

Festival is held in April.

 

Doc Alliance activities:

DOC ALLIANCE SELECTION

Since 2008, the Doc Alliance platform presents the Doc Alliance Selection Award. The award goes to the best European documentary film selected independently by each of the platform’s festival members. The individual festivals also nominate the representatives of the jury of experts, recruited among the film critics from the festival countries.

Within the Doc Alliance Selection section, each of the Doc Alliance festivals screens at least 3 films nominated for the award in the given year.

DAFILMS.COM

The online portal DAFilms.com is the main project of the Doc Alliance festival network formed by 7 key European documentary film festivals. It represents an international online distribution platform for documentary and experimental films focused on European cinema. For a small fee, it offers over 1700 films accessible across the globe for streaming or legal download.

The films are included in the virtual database on the basis of demanding selection criteria. The portal presents regular film programs of diverse character ranging from presentation of archive historical films through world retrospectives of leading world filmmakers to new premiere formats such as the day-and-date release. DAFilms.com invites directors, producers, distributors, and students to submit their films, thus offering them the possibility to make use of this unique distribution channel.

Moreover, the portal directly supports the makers of the presented films by paying them 60% of the sum paid for viewing the documentary.

 

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