Friday, July 11, 2008

Sheffield Doc/Fest¹s MeetMarket is now open for Project Submissions!

Doc /Fest presents the UK's biggest international documentary marketplace
and its unique pitching initiative: MeetMarket where, in pre-scheduled
match-made one-on-one meetings, documentary makers pitch their newest and
most unique projects to dozens of UK and international buyers, Executive
Producers, commissioning editors and distributors. MeetMarket provides high
quality, original ideas with the possibility to be fast-tracked from
development to production, in a supportive and dynamic setting. The
projected worth of sales in negotiation sparked at MeetMarket 2007 adds up
to £4,321,980, and rising. MeetMarket is a unique and exciting way to pitch
and discuss the projects you¹re most passionate about with the documentary
decision-makers who matter

Online project submissions are now open. Projects can be any stage of
development and applicants can be from any geographic location and
background. Interactive and cross-platform projects are also very welcome.
To see the full list of confirmed buyers, see . For more information on
applying, email or visit

"MeetMarket surprised me: I had an extraordinarily creative response to my
film from 23 intelligent men and women who care passionately about
documentaries. They reflected my story back to me and I came out richer ­
not just financially, although I have already been offered money to complete
my film, but in terms of valuing my project." - MeetMarket participant 2007

Charlie Phillips
Marketplace Producer
Sheffield Doc/Fest
The Workstation
15 Paternoster Row
Sheffield, S1 2BX, England
Tel +44-(0)7960-954307
+44-(0)114-276 5141
Fax +44-(0)114-272 1849

5-9 November 2008
Doc/Fest Sheffield is where the international documentary family gets
together under one roof for a week of intense deal-making, docwatching and
debate. It is the UK's premier documentary festival/conference and a
must-attend event on the industry calendar

MeetMarket applications now open until September 12

Read the Doc/Fest blog at

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