CPH:DOX, EAVE and IMS set up new programme supporting European Eastern Partnership countries

CPH:DOX’s long-standing international financing and co-production event CPH:FORUM is open for entries, accepting projects until 15 November 2021.

Thirty-five international film and new media projects will be presented in various stages of development and production. The event is dedicated to supporting creative and visually strong film projects and connecting professionals from the worlds of non-fiction, fiction, journalism, science and visual art.

CPH:FORUM is looking for projects within the following focus areas:

  • CINEMA: High-end theatrical feature-length documentaries with international distribution potential. 
  • FICTIONONFICTION: Challenging works in the hybrid landscape between fiction and non-fiction.
  • F:ACT: Projects bridging the fields of filmmaking, investigative journalism and activism.
  • SCIENCE: Creative documentary film and new media projects on science and technology.
  • ART: Film projects by visual artists to be screened both within the institution of cinema and that of visual arts.

Selected projects will be invited to present their work to key European and international financiers, distributors and potential co-producers, take part in tailored one-on-one meetings and get the chance to win the Eurimages Co-Production Development Award of 20,000 EUR.

The FORUM will take place 28 March – 1 April 2022, in a hybrid format. 

Learn more about FORUM and submit a project here.

The first edition of the co-production training course CHANGE selected documentary projects in development from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine to participate in two residential workshops in Kyiv, Ukraine and in Tbilisi, Georgia. The programme will culminate in a third module and presentation of the projects to the international industry at CPH:DOX in Copenhagen in March 2022.

Find more information about the programme and the selected project here.