Festival Partners


CPH:DOX is a world leading documentary film festival supporting independent and innovative filmmaking and presenting the best and brightest in contemporary non-fiction film.

The festival has been recognized for a unique profile focusing on the hybrid field between documentary and fiction film, contemporary art, creative activism and investigative journalism.

It runs a strong industry platform with the co-production and financing forum CPH:FORUM, CPH:MARKET, the 5-day CPH:CONFERENCE and the talent development programme CPH:LAB.

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DMZ Docs

DMZ International Documentary Film Festival, also known as DMZ Docs, is a South Korean film festival for documentary films jointly presented by Gyeonggi Province, Paju and Goyang. Launched in 2009, the Festival showcases films dealing with “peace, coexistence and reconciliation” accompanied by events like seminars, conferences and pitch forum (DMZ Industry) in Goyang and Paju city of the neighboring region with DMZ (Korean Demilitarized Zone).

As one of leading international documentary film festivals in Asia, DMZ Docs aims to provide opportunities for growing Korean and Asian documentary filmmakers to have a field that cineastes and audience together celebrate the festival through documentaries promoting peace, life and communication.

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DOK Leipzig

DOK Leipzig is one of the leading festivals for documentary and animated film. The festival, being the first in the world to combine these two genres, is built on more than 60 years of history. The event is a celebration of films and Extended Reality works with the highest artistic and innovative approaches to storytelling.

The team has always promoted young talent, regardless of gender, origin and point-of-view. DOK Industry Programme supports the creation and circulation of new creative documentary films from all over the world.

Exceptional projects are presented every year in a relaxed and open environment.

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É Tudo Verdade  / It’s All True

Founded in 1996 by the Brazilian critic Amir Labaki, É Tudo Verdade/It’s All True is the oldest and most traditional documentary film festival in Latin America.

The festival presents International and Brazilian competitions for feature and short films, a Latin American focus, informative programs, retrospectives and the International Documentary Conference.

It’s All True is recognized by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as a qualifying festival for the Oscar for best feature documentary and for best short documentary. After two record-breaking editions on streaming (2020 and 2021), the festival is already preparing its 27th edition for March 31st-April 10, 2022.

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Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

The Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival is a key European documentary event, the co-founding member of Doc Alliance network, and the largest event of its kind in Central and Eastern Europe.

The festival retains a distinctive and progressive programming approach and has built a significant Industry section, featuring projects such as Emerging Producers, Festival Identity, Docu Talents from the East, Conference Fascinations, and Inspiration Forum.

The festival is also famous for its informal atmosphere, discussion character, and full screening venues. The Jihlava IDFF will celebrate its 25th edition this year between October 26–31, in the Czech Republic.

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The Rencontres internationales du documentaire de Montréal (RIDM) is one of the most important documentary film festivals in North America.

Each year, the RIDM presents about 100 Canadian and international documentaries and a host of complementary activities activities such as workshops, film lessons, debates and round tables, debates and round tables.

The festival also offers the RIDM Forum, a unique documentary market in Quebec which aims to stimulate the national and international production and distribution of independent independent documentaries. The 24th edition of RIDM will take place from November 10 to 21, 2021.

Sheffield DocFest

Sheffield DocFest is an international film and arts festival and marketplace that champions and debates non-fiction film and art as a collective form of engagement.

Our 2021 edition included films from 57 countries with 63 languages represented, presented in 16 venues across the UK. Thirty-five artists and collectives were represented in the Arts Programme.

The Industry Programme includes the MeetMarket for pitching features and series and the Arts Talent Market for new-media creatives.

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Visions du Réel

Visions du Réel, International Film Festival Nyon, is one of the leading non-fiction film festivals worldwide, presenting a variety of approaches throughout its programme.

It includes several competitive sections –screening films in world or international premiere– as well as a few non-competitive and curated ones, for a total of around 170 feature, medium-length and short films.

The Industry activities, which bring over 1’350 professionals to Switzerland, are dedicated to international projects at every stage, offering a wide range of opportunities, such as tutoring, co-production, funding and distribution. 53rd edition: 7–17 April 2022.

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