Sponsored by British Pathé, endowed with material supply worth 15,000 euros or 2,500 euros in cash.
Open for Marketplace guests
The DOK.archive Award honours outstanding archive and compilation film projects in development. High-quality archive footage is often invaluable for documentaries. The use of historical or commercial film excerpts on a larger scale, however, increases the required production budget substantially. With the DOK.archive Award, British Pathé and DOK.forum aim at promoting projects utilising licensed material and thus strengthening this traditional documentary genre.
Five projects will be presented to a jury of five during a live pitching event at the DOK.forum Marketplace. The winning project will receive British Pathé archive material worth 15,000 euros, alternatively, 2,500 euros can be paid out in cash.
BERLIN CHIC, Sigal Rosh, Michal Weits
EISFRAUEN, Jens Becker, Dorothea Braun
ELSE LASKER-SCHÜLER – THE WORLD UNDER MY EYELIDS, Katrin Rothe, Brigit Scholin
FATHER, SON AND THE PRIICE OF RESISTANCE, Götz Schauder, Hubertus Siegert
THE GODS MUST BE MISTAKEN, Jakob Krese, Jürgen Kleinig
Jury and Moderation
This event is moderated by Julia Teichmann form German Films.
The event is open to Marketplace guests only.
The event will be held in English.
The event will be held on site.
British Pathé is considered to be the finest newsreel archive in the world. Now also representing the Reuters Historical Collection, it has become a one-stop archive for the story of the 20th century. This treasure trove of 220,000 films, unrivalled in their historical and cultural significance, is used extensively by broadcasters, production companies, corporations and museums, among many others.