Assembly Documentary Development Lab

Website: https://opencitylondon.com/assembly/

Assembly is a new development lab for creative documentaries which will take place in September 2019, organised by Open City Documentary Festival. The programme is a project-based intensive workshop for international filmmakers working on their first or second feature. Participants from six selected projects will attend a four-day programme in London with talks, workshops and one-to-one mentoring followed by a closed pitch for £10,000 development funding. Participants will also be able to attend screenings, talks and networking events as part of Open City Documentary Festival 2019. It is free to apply. Assembly will cover the cost of the director’s return travel, up to eight nights of accommodation and festival accreditation during the programme. The cost of any relevant visas will need to be covered by the applicant. There will also be bursaries available to cover travel expenses of attending producers. The project is open for both UK and international applicants.

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Expires: May 3, 2019


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