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Sheffield Doc/Fest brings the international documentary family together to celebrate the art and business of documentary making for five intense days in November. Doc/Fest is a film festival, industry session programme and market place, offering pitching opportunities, controversial discussion panels and in-depth filmmaker masterclasses, as well as a wealth of inspirational documentary films from across the globe.


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Doc/Fest film submissions now open

Sheffield International Documentary Festival (Doc/Fest) is now open to receive online film submissions for the official programme and Videotheque 2009. The festival, to be held this year between 4-8 November, welcomes documentary films of any style, duration or subject produced for cinema, television, as part of film school coursework or for cross-platform. Established and debut filmmakers are encouraged to apply. In 2008 Doc/Fest was attended by over 1300 UK and international filmmakers, commissioners, distributors and buyers.  The deadline for submitting a film is 17 June 2009.  Doc/Fest Film Programmer, Hussain Currimbhoy, said: “In 2008 we received over 1,000 film submissions from across the world. Sheffield Doc/Fest is the UK's premiere platform to launch documentaries into Europe and a perfect place to meet co-producers and funders for forthcoming projects.” This year Doc/Fest will again present awards to the best film
in the following categories: Innovation, Youth Jury, Green, Audience and Student Doc, with further award categories still to be announced.

Filmmakers can enter their film online via the
Doc/Fest website www.sheffdocfest.com/view/submitafilm.

For more information about submitting a film, please contact Doc/Fest’s Film Programmer Hussain Currimbhoy
hussain@sidf.co.uk.

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