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Interdoc - Strategies for documentary producers to access the international market

Strategies for documentary producers to access the international market 

SDI is proud to relaunch Interdoc II. again in partnership with Initialize Films. We are looking for 5 ambitious Scottish producers developing a feature documentary project who want to engage with the international market and 2 Irish producers. 

Interdoc is a programme providing professional training and support to ensure that participants have the skills and insight to operate on the international market with confidence. The programme runs over three sessions at international markets and features a highly personalised programme: 

o     Workshops focussing on development funds, pre-sales, co-productions, distribution and sales in the international arena.

o     An individual project development plan for each participant.

o     Networking & meetings with key industry figures, commissioning executives and co-producers.

o     accommodation and travel bursary included.

Feedback on 2009 course:

"Never before have I gone with such high expectations and have had them exceeded in absolutely every aspect" - "fantastically inspiring and enjoyable" - "Brilliant" - "A hugely informative course given by amazing tutors in a friendly and supportive environment"

 The course dates are:

Hotdocs, Toronto: 1-7 May 2010

EIFF, Edinburgh: 15-18 June 2010

Galway Film Fleah, Galway: 9-11 July 2010

Applications are now open. Course details, application information and guidelines are now available to download:

The deadline for applications is 25 March 2010 
Notification of applicants: 30 March 2010

o      Interdoc Programme Overview - doc

o      Interdoc Guidelines - doc

o      Interdoc Application Form - doc

o      Interdoc Equal Opportunities Form - doc

For further information please call our Project Coordinator Flore Cosquer

Tel 0131 221 6125   f.cosquer@eca.ac.uk

Supported by Scottish Screen Lottery Fund & Irish Film Board.