Pedro Costa, the Portuguese director who won the Golden Leopard at Locarno in 2019 with “Vitalina Varela” and the author of a cinema that is imaginative but rooted in reality, will be given an extensive tribute in the program of the 64th Festival dei Popoli, with a masterclass open to the public.
Filmmaker Tatiana Huezo, who won the Best Documentary Feature Award for El eco (2023) at the last Berlin Film Festival, will be one of the special guests at the 64th Festival dei Popoli, Nov. 4-12 in Florence.
PROXIMA is the section of Doc at Work – Industry dedicated to Italian films in editing and post-production status; an opportunity to discover the Italian documentary cinema of the immediate future and present it to representatives of international festivals and professionals.
A maximum of 3 titles will be selected; each project will be allowed 30′ (of which a maximum of 20′ to show excerpts and 10′ to verbally describe the project). One-to-One meetings with festival selectors and other professionals will follow.
Discover the six film projects selected for the second edition of ITINERANZE DOC, the six-month training and education program to creatively and productively train and support first (or second) feature film directors.
Registration is now open for Doc at Work Future Campus, the higher education project dedicated to international film schools, at the 64th Festival dei Popoli.
Open until March 20, 2023, is the call to participate in ITINERANZE DOC, the six-month training and education program, dedicated to cinema of real in development, to creatively and productively support filmmakers in their first or second film.
The DIVE Project – Diversity in Visual-Essays, a pathway for students of all grades to theoretical and technical training on the audiovisual language of documentary cinema.
A 6-step training course for real cinema projects under development to be presented at the Festival dei Popoli.
Registrations are now open to participate in the 64th Festival dei Popoli, the most important documentary film festival in Italy and the oldest in Europe, in Florence from 4 to 12 November.
The winning documentaries of the 63rd Festival dei Popoli