Meet DOK.Incubator mentors at the open program in Slovakia!

On Tuesday, July 5th, Slovak, Czech, Hungarian and Polish filmmakers are invited to attend panel discussions and lectures about distribution and festival strategies, which take place at the second DOK.Incubator workshop at Smolenice Castle (SK). We are proud to have with us decision makers from IDFA (Joost Daamen), One World Film festival (Ondřej Moravec), Sundance Film Festival (Caroline Libresco), CAT&Docs (Maëlle Guenegues) or Deckert Distribution (Heino Deckert).
This year, DOK.Incubator opens for the first time as well the lecture on PR campaign by Freddy Neumann (July 4th in the morning) and a lecture called “Fishing in the pond” about distribution by Heino Deckert, Maëlle Guenegues and Ulla Simonen (July 8th in the morning).

The working language is English and the program is for free. If you want to attend the open program, please, RSVP to till June 30, 2016.

Whole the first week of July, all the DOK.Incubator tutors, teams of our selected projects and observer will focus on marketing and distribution strategies, test and re-design them festival and sales guests. They will all give feedback to our participants in their first test screenings in front of the professional audience.

Four Slovak projects will be attending the workshop in Smolenice, too. The filmmakers will work on the dramaturgy, editing and have individual consultations with our tutors. The selected projects are Lovely Oil Homeland (director Dominik Jursa), Never Happened (director Barbora Berezňáková), Peace To You All (director Juraj Mravec) and Swedes From a Slum (director Katarína Farkašová). Learn more about the projects here.