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Docs Ireland announces 2020 dates for second festival edition
02 Dec 2019 : News Desk
Docs Ireland
The 2nd Docs Ireland will present new and international documentaries, shorts and features, and will host industry events including a marketplace, pitching sessions, masterclasses, new talent focus and funding information events.

Docs Ireland is an annual dynamic programme of events showcasing the Irish documentary industry, run by the team behind the Belfast Film Festival, and chaired by award-winning internationally renowned documentary filmmaker, Mark Cousins.

Docs Ireland will screen high-quality documentaries that will inspire, educate and enliven cultural discourse. More than ever, documentary is the medium that helps us make sense of the strange times we are living through.

Docs Ireland will take place from Wednesday, 10th June to Sunday, 14th June 2020.

If you are a filmmaker and would like to attend our Doc Market or submit a film for consideration here are the dates you need to know.

DOCS IRELAND 2020 FILM SUBMISSIONS

Submissions Open: Sunday 1st December 2019

Regular Deadline: 14th February 2020

Late Deadline: 23rd March 2020

Films selected for the festival will be eligible for the festival awards. As well as the long-standing award for Best Observational documentary (The Maysles award) there will be prizes for Best Short Irish Doc and The Pull Focus Award for Best Irish Feature Documentary.

Maysles Award: £1,000

The Pull Focus Award: £2,000

Best Short Doc: £1,000

More information and application guidelines can be found Here.

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DOCS IRELAND MARKETPLACE

Submissions Open: Sunday 1st December 2019

Submissions Close: Friday 17th April 2020

Doc Market is an opportunity for filmmakers to meet with top decision-makers including international funders, broadcasters, distributors, and exhibitors on a one to one basis. The Doc Market will be a hub for funding, sales, and distribution of documentaries in Ireland and globally, and an incubator for nurturing domestic talent so that our industry can continue to thrive in the future.

Doc Market is the only marketplace dedicated to documentary on the island of Ireland and will provide an opportunity for filmmakers to pitch their project through carefully matchmade meetings organised by the Doc Fest Ireland team.

You can submit to the Docs Ireland Market Here. The deadline for application is Friday, 17th April 2020. Your idea must be long-form (50 minutes +) and you must have at least one TV / digital / theatrical credit in documentary, although this can include shorter form.




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