From our Meet the Executives sessions to Pitching sessions, find the content you are looking for via the screening library replays’ tab!
Latest and excellent documentaries as Silk Road Delicacies – Rice Unearthed, First Man Out: China are screened online, sharing various stories of China, historical legends, natural adventures, arts and culture, social life, etc.
The screening library brings us together around a special « Tribute to Yves Jeanneau » selection as an invitation to travel his world and renew our commitment to ensuring that his unfailing support for all documentary genres is always kept alive.
Courtesy of Les Films d’ici and What’s Up films: Route One USA (1989), South of South (Collection Transantarctica, 1991), Music for the movies – Bernard Herrmann (1992), Sandrine in Paris (1992), Chile, Obstinate Memory (1997), Classified X (1998), Norman Mailer : American Stories (part 1 – 1999), Murder on a Sunday Morning (2002 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature).
In these troubled times of pandemic, Sunny Side of the Doc is committed to show solidarity with the world of documentary. We strongly believe that all the stakeholders must stand together to overcome the current disruption.
We are therefore delighted to partner with leading documentary festivals which had to go digital in order to offer you some of the best films from their selection. These exceptional films, and the talents behind them, deserve increased exposure.
They will all be available in the “Best of Festivals” section of our screening library until the end of September 2020.
With the ongoing support from the Creative Europe’s MEDIA programme, our aim is to encourage countries who are less represented on the international market to take part, as well as to build new creative and business relationships, and help drive diversity in the stories and narratives retold.
To that extent, Side of the Doc has joined forces with with several organisations such as DAE, Institute of Documentary Film, Doc Lab Poland and Balkan Documentaries, to help identify these new voices within their own networks, member festivals and incubator programmes.