DOK.forum Marketplace 2020
DOK.forum Marketplace – awards
With the British Pathé Archive Award for outstanding archive film projects, the German Composition Funding Award for Film Composition and the Pitch Award of Haus des Dokumentarfilms, DOK.forum Marketplace offers three endowed competitions.
British Pathé Archive Award
The funding award honours projects with a large proportion of archive material and thus strengthens a documentary genre rich in tradition. The winning project will receive British Pathé archive material worth 14,000 euros or, alternatively, 2,500 euros in cash. Read more
German Composition Funding Award –
sponsored by Sonoton Music
In order to strengthen the artistic collaboration between filmmakers and composers, the best musical concept for a documentary film will be endowed with 2,500 euros. Read more
Pitch Award of Haus des Dokumentarfilms
All students at our partner universities have the opportunity to submit their current projects for the Pitch Award. The best pitch among the nine nominated students will receive 2,500 euros in project funding. Read more
DOK.forum Marketplace - formats
Master's Pitch – A Unique Format for Training and Collaboration
Selected projects with particularly strong international potential will be presented to the public along with keynotes and statements from top-class international experts. The aim of the Master's Pitch is to make the decision-making process of the industry transparent and to create a platform for exchange and cooperation. In collaboration with Documentary Campus Review 2019
In moderated 90-minute Roundtable Sessions, filmmakers discuss their latest projects in an exclusive and pleasant atmosphere with commissioning editors, producers, distributors, sales agents and funders.
To complement the discussions in the roundtables and after the pitchings, the DOK.forum Marketplace offers carefully curated One-to-One Meetings of 15 minutes each. The meetings will be arranged in advance and during the marketplace upon request of the decision makers.
Up to 9 projects in rough cut will be presented in a closed screening buyers, distributors, sales agents and festival curators. Among them are 3 rough cuts from Germany, 3 from Switzerland and 3 from this year's guest country Canada. Supported by SWISS FILMS, the Québec Government Office, Telefilm Canada and the Bavarian State Chancellery.
International trainings and opportunities
DOK.forum Marketplace invites every year an international guest delegation to Munich - in 2020 we welcome filmmakers from Canada. In addition, teams from Québec and Bavaria develop and present their projects as part of the two-year QC+BY Doc CoPro training initiative.
Concept and review
Concept DOK.forum Marketplace
The co-production platform for the German-speaking industry. Find here the self-image and goals of DOK.forum Marketplace. Read more
Meet the industry experts at DOK.forum Marketplace 2019. Read more
Find here the Marketplace projects of the past editions. Read more