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Call for documentary projects

19.05.2019 News

Dérives production is launching a new call for projects for documentary short films on the "reduced risk consumption room", opened in September 2018 in Liège. The call for projects is open for all, amateurs or professionals, and favors creative and singular looks.

Candidates are invited to write a short description (3 pages maximum) of the film they imagine doing in this venue. The duration of the films should be 30 minutes maximum, documentary or experimental format.

The proposals, accompanied by the CV of the author-director, should be sent by 15 June 2019 to info@derives.be.

The winning project will be produced by Atelier Dérives and endowed with a 40,000€ support. It will be the subject to several screenings in early 2020 at Millenium Festival (Brussels) and Grignoux (Liège and Namur). It will be broadcast on television (RTC-Liège) and will be released on VOD in 2021.

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