DOCmed Local, Tunis

 

DOCmed Local, Tunis DOCmed is a 3-year training program, designed for Arab professionals in the documentary films domain who have a project that qualifies to be produced as an international coproduction.
Each year, 10 professionals from 8 Arab countries (Lebanon, Syria, the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Jordan, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria) are selected to join 3 formation sessions. Those sessions will be dedicated to analyze projects with the objective of developing, producing, distributing and showing them in the Southern and European countries.
In parallel with the sessions that will take place in the Maghreb and the Middle East, young producers and/or directors/producers, holders of a documentary project, will have the possibility to develop their ideas and to benefit from Arab and European producers' expertise.

DOCmed is launching a training programme for creative Arab documentary producers and directors in Tunis. A five days expertise workshop based on the diagnosis and development of the projects.

This specific program is open to young Tunisian producers or directors who have a documentary film project.
Requested materials and application forms can be sent to info@docmed.me

Deadline: February 17, 2012

 



For more info:
www.docmed.me
 

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