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DMZ Industry 2019

DMZ Docs Pitch

  Production Pitch Rough Cut Presentation
  Main Pitch K-Doc Curated  
Rule of Presentation
  • Public Pitch
  • 15 minutes per project
    (Presentation/pitch 7’ + Q&A 8’)
  • Roundtable
  • 15 minutes per project
    (Presentation + Q&A)
  • Public Presentation
  • 10 minutes per project
    (Presentation with no Q&A)
Projects
  • Korean or Asian projects in production stage (30-70% complete) or international co-production projects with over 30% of Asian regional finance
  • Korean or Asian projects in production stage (30-70% complete)
  • Artistically or thematically potential, cinematic or auteur-driven, or, reflecting Korean ‘locality’ in terms of documentary filmmaking or its main topic (Korean-specific issues)
  • Korean or Asian projects in post-production or in the final stage of completion
  • Projects that have never been released broadcast (except for film festival)
Schedule

9.24(TUE) DMZ DOCSPITCH DAY1
/ 09:00-12:00 PRODUCTION PITCH 1

9.25(WED) DMZ DOCSPITCH DAY
/ 09:00-12:00 PRODUCTION PITCH 2

9.25(WED) DMZ DOCSPITCH DAY 2
/ 14:30-15:30 K-DOC CURATED
9.26(THU) DMZ DOCSPITCH DAY 3
/ 09:00-11:30 ROUGH CUT PRESENTATION

DMZ Docs Match

  Matchmaking Services Preview Screening Services
Contents
  • Casual Meeting Service
  • 1:1 Meeting Sessions for DMZ Industry Official Projects (including meeting with juries)
  • Access to the audiovisual materials (trailer, excerpt, or rough cut) of DMZ Industry’s selected projects
Schedule 9.24(TUE) - 9.26(THU)
/ 10:00-12:00 CASUAL MEETING SERVICE
/ 14:00-18:30 1:1 MEETING SESSIONS FOR DMZ INDUSTRY OFFICIAL PROJECTS
9.24(TUE) - 9.26(THU) / 10:00 - 19:00

Networking Events

  Opening Ceremony DOCASIA   Closing & Awards Ceremony
Contents  
  • DOCASIA is the very first effort that unites documentary filmdom based in Asia in the mission of building advocacy for the Asian documentary industry and maximizing their opportunities in the global topography. As its first step, in 2019, DMZ Docs invited representatives of film festivals, markets, forums in Asia and hosts a kick-off gathering to transform these basic ideas into more concrete and feasible ones.
  • Networking Luncheon
  • Happy Hour
 
Schedule 9.23(MON)
/ 19:00-22:00 OPENING CEREMONY
/ 20:00-22:00 RECEPTION
9.23(MON)
/ 11:00-12:00 DOCASIA LUNCHEON (*BY INVITATION ONLY)
9.24(TUE) - 9.25(WED)
/ 12:00-14:00 NETWORKING LUNCHEON
/ 17:00-18:00 HAPPY HOUR
9.26(THU)
/ 20:00-21:00 CLOSING+AWARDS CEREMONY
/ 22:00-23:00 RECEPTION

BIZFOCUS

SCREENING SCHEDULE Song for My Children

DATETIMEVENUEDETAILS
Sep 24 (TUE) 15:00 - 17:00 Pitching Hall, JIJIHYANG BIZFOCUS
CAN DOCUMENTARY CHANGE THE WORLD?: ABOUT GOOD PITCH

*For Korean audience, there will be simultaneous interpretation from English into Korean during the session

PROGRAMS

Can Documentaries change the world? We believe they can. They don’t change the world, exactly, but at least can the minds of the people in it. Documentaries can serve as a platform that brings important topics to the table, sparks earnest discussions, and even social campaigns. How do you get your audience and alliances on board then? We need to transmit and connect the documentary’s mission and message with stakeholders who will participate in and support the film, or with activists to create a strategy together to reach the film’s core audience. There are several platforms that make tangible links between campaigning documentaries with activist organizations. DMZ Industry would like to introduce one of the most prominent and inspiring platforms, Good Pitch. Amelia Hapsari from In-Docs shares with the audience her extraordinary achievement in launching Good Pitch Indonesia, which will be followed by a conversation with Shalahuddin Siregar who was able to meet potential supporters for the production and impact distribution of his film Song for My Children in the 2019 Good Pitch2 Southeast Asia.

* WHAT IS GOOD PITCH?
Good Pitch is a Doc Society (previously BRITDOC Foundation) project in partnership with Ford Foundation and the Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program. Good Pitch brings together documentary filmmakers with foundations, NGOs, campaigners, philanthropists, policymakers, brands and media around leading social and environmental issues ? to forge coalitions and campaigns that are good for all these partners, good for the films and good for society. 134 film projects from 60 countries have been presented at Good Pitch events around the world. $17,000,000 raised in new funding for films and campaigns. Since 2008, more than 2,200 organizations have attended Good Pitch worldwide, representing all areas of civil society. 80+ documentary films have been supported by Good Pitch with overwhelming results. (sources : https://goodpitch.org/)

PANELS
  • Amelia HAPSARI  Program Director, In-Docs

    Through her role in In-Docs, Amelia has built and grown Indonesian and Southeast Asian documentary ecosystem by connecting filmmakers with the government, the international industry and civil society agents. Her leadership at In-Docs has elevated the visibility, financial possibilities and impact of creative documentaries from Indonesia and Southeast Asia. She co-founded Dare to Dream Asia; co-founded Docs By The Sea with the Indonesian Creative Economy Agency; and hosted the Good Pitch program in Indonesia.