DocsBarcelona holds the Rough Cut Screenings
3 documentaries at a rough cut stage will be presented privately to a selected group of producers, directors, consultants, sales agents and distributors. The goal is to generate creative and constructive discussions that will favour the projects’ entry into the international market.
WHERE AND WHEN
Tuesday May 23rd from 4.00 p.m to 6.00 p.m and Wednesday May 24th from 9.00 a.m to 2.00 p.m at CCCB.
The confirmed panel of experts until now:
- Esther van Messel, First Hand Films (Switzerland)
- Hanka Kastelicová, HBO Europe (Hungary)
- Chris Hastings, PBS – World Channel (WGBH) (USA)
- Inti Cordera, DocsMX (Mexico)
- Daniel Jariod, DocsBarcelona Programmer (Spain)
- Muntsa Tarrés, TVC (Spain)
Is your documentary film in a Rough Cut stage?
To be able to attend the Rough Cut Screenings, the project has to have the following requirements:
- Your film should be at a rough cut stage and you should be able to present the edited material of minimum 60 minutes for one hour films, and minimum 75 minutes for feature documentary films.
- The material to be shown should be subtitled in English.
- The film project should have an international appeal.
If you are interested in submitting your documentary film, please send an e-mail with the subject ROUGH CUT SCREENINGS + NAME OF THE PROJECT to Martina Rogers email@example.com with a written presentation (maximum 2 pages) and an online screening of the edited material you have until this moment before March 13th.
If your project is selected, the cost to participate at the Rough Cut Screenings is:
|FEE (21% VAT included*)|
*The fee is for project, the maximum number of people allowed for project is 3.
The fee includes:
- Access as a viewer at the Latin Pitch and the Interactive Pitch.
- Access to Opening and Closing ceremonies (RSVP needed).
- Access to the Festival screenings.
- Access to Master Classes and industry conferences.
- Industry Guide including all contacts from the festival participants.
- Free entry to “Photobook Phenomenon” exhibition at the CCCB.