The DFA was established in 2007 to promote and protect the interests of doc filmmakers in South Africa. To contact the DFA, please use the contact form: here . The DFA website is at: Membership applications can be made through the website here.

06 August 2010


  • If you are looking for in-depth analysis for a documentary film project in development,
  • If you want to test its appeal and potential abroad, to get advice and follow-up on complex budgeting and financing, legal and practical, business aspects of co-productions,
  • If you are looking for strong contacts in the field of documentary throughout Europe & beyond,
Enter your project for EURODOC 2011 & JOIN THE NETWORK!

EURODOC is a training programme specifically designed for co-producing creative documentaries at the international level. Producing documentaries requires increasingly more funding which is difficult to find at national level whatever the size of the country. Constant training remains vital.
Today EURODOC is a strong & influent network, which gathers more than 565 professionals from 46 countries. It has become indispensable in enabling its members to cope with the rapid changes in the documentary sector.

Every year, 30 independent producers as well as representatives in charge of supporting the documentary production from Europe and abroad* have the opportunity to participate in a training cycle of 3 one-week sessions led by experienced tutors and experts who play an important part in the current audiovisual and documentary field.

In 2011, these 3 one-weeks sessions will be:
SESSION 1 – Development / march 2011 – country to be confirmed
SESSION 2 – Budgetisation, Financing, & Packaging / june 2011 – Croatia
SESSION 3 – Meeting the Commissioning Editors / september 2011 – France

*NEW: EURODOC opens up to the World
Since 2009, EURODOC International is set to welcome non-European professionals to the EURODOC workshops, thanks to the support of the preparatory action MEDIA International.


For more information :
Contact: Marie-Sophie Decout // Tel. +33 4 67 60 23 30 //

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