doc at work

Doc at Work

Started in 2013 as a laboratory of ideas for the audience, for filmmakers in training and for film professionals, Doc at Work takes place during the Festival dei Popoli - International Documentary Film Festival - proposing itself as an opportunity for educational growth and exchanges, both international and intergenerational, between documentary film professionals, with an articulated programme of screenings, meetings, debates, workshops, presentation of training projects, market-oriented events that encourage encounters between professionals, aspiring filmmakers, masters in Cinema, festival directors and other professionals in the field.

Doc at Work is composed of Doc at Work Future Campus (open access, dedicated to young directors from the main European film schools) and Doc at Work Industry (reserved to accredited professionals, where the presentation of projects under development by emerging authors from Italy will take place).

Doc at Work Manager: Margot Mecca.

News Doc at Work

Proxima: the selected projects

17 October 2023

Five Italian film projects in editing or post-production have been selected for the Proxima project, whose excerpts will be premiered to a professional audience during the 64th edition of the Festival dei Popoli

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Submission to Doc at Work Proxima are open

21 July 2023

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.

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Tomorrow’s film laboratory

10 October 2022

At the Doc at Work – Future Campus of the 63rd Festival dei Popoli, a path of excellence presenting a selection of the most interesting talents of contemporary cinema to imagine the future of real cinema.

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