Pro Tools
•Register a festival or a film
Submit film to festivals Promote for free or with Promo Packages

FILMFESTIVALS | 24/7 world wide coverage

Welcome !

Enjoy the best of both worlds: Portal for Film & Festival News, exploring the best of the festivals community.  

An adventure exploring, from dreams to reality, the emerging talents in our community.

Launched in 1995, relentlessly connecting films to festivals, reporting and promoting festivals worldwide.

A brand new website will soon be available. Covid-19 is not helping, stay safe meanwhile.

For collaboration, editorial contributions, or publicity, please send us an email here

User login

|FRENCH VERSION|

RSS Feeds 

Martin Scorsese Masterclass in Cannes

 

 

Presenting the website

 

Editor


Established 1995 filmfestivals.com serves and documents relentless the festivals community, offering 92.000 articles of news, free blog profiles and functions to enable festival matchmaking with filmmakers.

THE NEWSLETTER REACHES 199 000 FILM PROFESSIONALS EACH WEEK   (december 2020) .

Share your news with us at press@filmfestivals.com to be featured.  SUBSCRIBE to the e-newsletter.  
FOLLOW ME ON THE SOCIAL NETWORKS:              

MEET YOUR EDITOR Bruno Chatelin - Check some of his interviews. Board Member of many filmfestivals and regular partner of a few key film events such as Cannes Market, AFM, Venice Production Bridge, Tallinn Industry and Festival...Check our recent partners.  

The news in French I English This content and related intellectual property cannot be reproduced without prior consent.


feed

Industry event during the One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Fest in Prague

 

Documentary Campus Industry Session
11-13th March
Prague, Czech Republic

 

"One World, Many Ways" -

New Directions in Human Rights Documentaries

 

Documentary Campus is honoured to present a three-day industry event during the acclaimed One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival in Prague (8-17 March 2011). Thought-provoking panels and case studies for industry professionals will be run parallel to workshops on low budget and online production for newcomers. It's a forum for East and West to network, to discuss professional development and co-production opportunities from the filmmaker to the commissioning editor level.

 

"One World, Many Ways" will explore ways to tell the stories that need to be told and introduce some of the world's most important human rights filmmakers who have risked their lives to tell them. Stay tuned each week as we reveal our list of international guests.

New Directions in Human Rights Documentaries

Documentary Campus is honoured to present a three-day industry event during the acclaimed One World Human Rights Film Festival in Prague (8-17 March 2011). Thought provoking panels and case studies for industry professionals will be run parallel with workshops in low budget and online production for newcomers. It’s a forum for East and West to network, to discuss professional development and co-production opportunities from the filmmaker to the commissioning editor level. One world, many ways will explore ways to tell the stories that need to be told and introduce some of the world’s most important human rights filmmakers who have risked their lives to tell them.

Dates & Programme

Fri, 11 Mar 2011 - Sun, 13 Mar 2011

Registration

Deadline: Sun, 6 Mar 2011

Location

The Industry Session takes place at:

Hotel Grand Majestic Plaza
Truhlárská 16
110 00 Prague 1

Want to know how to get there? Please see section Hotel and Travel for the best & cheapest way to Prague.

Festival Center One World:

Lucerna
Vodickova 36
110 00 Prague 1

Fon: +420-224-216972

Guest Service, Press Centre, Videotheque of the Festival:

Langhans Gallery
Vodickova 37
110 00 Prague 1

Fon: +420-222-929333

Opening during the festival daily from 10.00 am - 7.00 pm

Fee

EUR 50.00 Participation Fee.
This fee does not include catering.

Hotels

In cooperation with our local partner Active Travel, we have selected a certain number of hotels which offer special rates for delegates of the event. Active Travel has created a website where you can choose the hotel which suits you best and book yourself in online.

Book your hotel at:http://industrysession-active.webnode.cz/

Reservation for one of the hotels is binding. If you need to change your reservation, please contact the travel agency at:

Active Travel s.r.o.
Nekázanka 9
Prague 1
110 00
Phone: +420-224-231671-4
Email: active@active.cz

How to get to Prague

Czechs national airline is called Czech Airlines flies mainly to European destination including London and Paris. CSA also operates direct flights to New York, Moscow and many other world destinations. They offer quite good value for money.

Low cost flights from UK:

EasyJet: from Bristol, East Midlands, Stansted and Gatwick
BmiBaby: from Birmingham, Belfast, East Midland and Manchester
Wizz Air: fly from London Luton or Liverpool to Prague
Jet2: from Leeds Bradford and Edinburgh (now accepting PayPal)
GermanWings: from London Stansted

Other airlines and destinations:

KLM: from any UK city
Air Europe: from Madrid to Prague
Air Berlin: you can fly from Manchester and London to Vienna or Nuremberg and then take a train to Prague
AerLingus: flights from Dublin
Brussels Airlines: from Brussels to Prague
Cimber Air: flies from Denmark, Coppenhagen
GermanWings: only operates low cost route to Prague from Cologne Bonn
Norwegian Airlines: flies from Bergen, Oslo and Trondheim to Prague
Meridiana: low fare airline operates a single route between the Czech capital and Firenze in Tuscany
Sterling: the no-frillier airline. Routes from Billund, Copenhagen, Goteborg, Oslo and Stockholm
SmartWings: Prague based airline flies to many EU destinations similar as SkyEurope
SnowFlake: You'll find low fare flights from Copenhagen Kastrup to Prague Ruzyne
Lufthansa: quite cheap return flights from many cities in Germany and from London to Prague
WindJet: flies from Italy, Verona
Vueling: flies from Spain, Barcelona
Transavia flies from Rotterdam

TrainsTrains in the Czech Republic are operated by Ceské dráhy Czech Railways. The train is a common means of transportation in the Czech Republic.

Prague has several train stations. The most widely used ones are the Main Station (Hlavní nádraží), Holešovice Station (Nádraží Holešovice), and Smíchov Station (Nádraží Smíchov). They are all accessible by the metro and several tram lines.

You can look up Czech Republic and international train and bus connections and Czech public city transport schedules at http://jizdnirady.idnes.cz

Czech Train Travel Dictionary:

Below are some terms and phrases you may run into when traveling by train in the Czech Republic:

vlak - train
(vlakové) nádraží - (train) station
Odjezdy - Departures
Příjezdy - Arrivals
nástupiště - platform
zastávka - stop
jízdenka - ticket
jízdenky - tickets
místenka - seat reservation
pokladna - ticket window
povinne místenkový vlak - seat reservation necessary on this train
neúplná cena - incomplete price (usually with international connections; may only show the cost of the ticket within the Czech Republic, not past the border)
Vlak neceká na žádné prípoje. - The train will not wait for any connections.

Busses

For buses, you can use this page to book your ticket: http://www.studentagency.eu/

Getting around in Prague

For public transport connections, please have a look at: http://www.dpp.cz/en/

Taxi companies:

Halo Taxi
Recommended by One World organisers, please mention that you're from the festival organisers “People In Need” and you will get the favourable rate.

Fon: +420 244 114 411 / +420 222 135 111
Cell: +420 602 177 292 / +420 603 845 825 / +420 776 11 44 11
www.halotaxi.cz

AAA Taxi
Fon: +420 222 333 222 / +420 221 102 211
www.aaataxi.cz

Links

The Bulletin Board

> The Bulletin Board Blog
> Partner festivals calling now
> Call for Entry Channel
> Film Showcase
>
 The Best for Fests

Meet our Fest Partners 

Following News

Interview with AFM Director

 

Interview with Cannes Marche du Film Director 

 

Interview with the Parasite director

Brad Pitt and Leonard Maltin Interviewed

Filmfestivals.com dailies live coverage from


> Live from India
> Live from LA
> IFFI Goa
> Lost World Film Festival
> Locarno
> Toronto
> Venice
> San Sebastian
> BFI London

> Film Festival Days
> AFM
> Tallinn Black Nights

> Palm Springs Film Festival
> Kustendorf
> Rotterdam
> Sundance
Santa Barbara Film Festival SBIFF
> Berlin 
> Fantasporto
Amdocs
Houston WorldFest
 
Cannes / Marche du film online

Useful links for the indies:

Big files transfer
> Celebrities / Headlines / News / Gossip
> Clients References
> Crowd Funding
> Deals

> Festivals Trailers Park
> Film Commissions 
> Film Schools
> Financing
> Independent Filmmaking
> Motion Picture Companies and Studios
> Movie Sites
> Movie Theatre Programs
> Music/Soundtracks 
> Posters and Collectibles
> Professional Resources
> Screenwriting
> Search Engines
> Self Distribution
> Search sites – Entertainment
> Short film
> Streaming Solutions
> Submit to festivals
> Videos, DVDs
> Web Magazines and TV

A question for Jennifer Aniston from Richard Hobert winner at SBIFF 2020 :

> Other resources

+ SUBSCRIBE to the weekly Newsletter
+ Connecting film to fest: Marketing & Promotion
Special offers and discounts
Festival Waiver service
 

User images

About Editor

Chatelin Bruno
(Filmfestivals.com)

The Editor's blog

Bruno Chatelin Interviewed

Be sure to update your festival listing and feed your profile to enjoy the promotion to our network and audience of 350.000.     

Follow me on Facebook
Follow me on Twitter
Follow me on Instagram
Follow me on Youtube

  


paris

France



View my profile
Send me a message
gersbach.net