Deadline for entries for CPH:FORUM is November 25 – finished films are to apply to the festival before December 15.
Our international financing and co-production event CPH:FORUM is open for entries until November 25. CPH:FORUM is dedicated to support creative and visually strong films and connects professionals from the worlds of non-fiction, fiction and visual art. Around 30 film projects in various stages of development and production will participate in this years CPH:FORUM.
If you wish to submit your project, you should do so within four categories:
FICTIONONFICTION: Challenging works in the hybrid landscape between fiction and non-fiction.
CINEMA: High-end theatrical feature-length documentaries with international distribution potential.
F:ACT: Projects bridging the fields of filmmaking, investigative journalism and activism.
ART: Film projects positioned in the borderland between art and film and screened both within the institution of cinema and that of visual arts.
Selected projects will be invited to present their work to key European and international financiers, industry professionals and producers, take part in tailored one-on-one meetings, and finally get the chance to win the Eurimages Co-production Development Award of 15.000 EUR handed out to the best pitch.
Find all information on how to submit a project right here. Before submitting your project(s), please familiarise yourself with the Rules and Regulations for projects. If you have questions after consulting the Rules and Regulations, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your film at CPH:DOX
If you wish to submit a finished film for CPH:DOX, you should do so before December 15. Films that have premiered after April 1, 2016, are eligible to apply for CPH:DOX.
Before submitting your film(s), please familiarise yourself with the Rules and Regulations for films. If you have questions after consulting the Rules and Regulations, feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
Before submitting your film(s) or project(s), you will be asked to create a CPH:DOX profile which will allow you to easily submit any number of films or projects, as well as to register for accreditation and engage in the festival. Please click here to create a profile and submit.