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DOC2DOC Call for Submissions

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The Screen Directors Guild of New Zealand
17 Jul 2012
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Screen & Sound


Do you have a documentary project currently in production? Are you interested in how you could develop it further?

An Auckland DOC2DOC is coming up in August and a Call for Submissions is now open! Project submissions are not limited to SDGNZ members so if you've got a project, submit it for consideration!

DOC2DOC is an exciting opportunity for filmmakers to present works in progress, and to get valuable feedback from industry peers to help you move your project forward. Gain fresh perspective! Be Inspired!

We'd also like to welcome back filmmaker and SDGNZ member Briar March as she has returned from her travels in the US. Briar March, who has an MFA in Documentary Film and Video from Stanford University, has made and directed a number of films including "There Once Was An Island," which screened at the New Zealand International Film Festival in 2010, and has received over 20 international awards. Her latest documentary film, Smoke Songs, about the Navajo punk rock band Blackfire, was a national finalist for the Student Academy Awards in the US. It is playing this week at the current New Zealand International Film Festival alongside Neil Young Journeys - NZ Herald. Briar will be chairing this DOC2DOC event.

We are looking for four documentary projects to be part of our upcoming DOC2DOC evening event - 6.30pm on the 28th August 2012 (Venue TBC).

Key skills

For your submission, please include a synopsis, the stage of production your project is currently at, and
three specific questions that you would like answered about your project.

How to apply

If you are interested in taking part please submit your expression of interest by 5pm, 17th August 2012, by emailing gemma.duncan@sdgnz.co.nz.

The four selected projects will be advised by the Monday 20th August 2012.

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Screen Directors Guild of New Zealand

30 Jul 2012

Interests The Screen Directors Guild of New Zealand (SDGNZ)