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    Mon, 21 Apr
    09:30-12:15
    SAE Institute Jakarta
    Proposal Writing
    Speaker: Jord den Hollander

    The proposal marks the first impression of your film. In most occasions, your proposal plays a huge role in allowing your film to be selected for funding, pitching forums or even workshops. It may just be one page, but it defines the journey that your film may take. Learn how to craft a powerful proposal in this master class by Jord den Hollander and see how big a difference you can make with a good proposal.
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    Tue, 22 Apr
    09:00-12:15
    BINUS FX CAMPUS
    Attracting the Global Market with a Local Story Case Study: Planet of Snails
    Speaker: Min-Chul Kim

    Planet of Snails is a small local story from South Korea. How did the producer manage to find international funding and distribution? How did he build his rapport, as he was at the time a young first-time producer from Asia? Planet of Snails is a cinematic movie that doesn't fit most slots from broadcasters. How did he manage to sell it to broadcasters? Min-Chul Kim will talk about the behind the scenes and the genesis of the project.


    Wed, 23 Apr
    09:00-12:15
    BINUS FX CAMPUS
    Attracting the Global Market with a Local Story Case Study: Jalanan
    Speaker: Daniel Ziv

    Most good documentary projects require time. Jalanan was shot over a period of 4 years. How did the filmmaker find funding for such a long project? How did he secure ITVS funding? How did the filmmaker maintain a long relationship with the subject? How was the film distributed? Daniel Ziv will answer these questions and many more backstories on the production and distribution of Jalanan.

    Wed, 23 Apr
    15:00-17:00
    Kineforum
    The Future of Documentary Films
    Public Lecture with Leonard Retel Helmrich (Filmmaker) & Nguyen Trinh Thi (Filmmaker)

    Thu, 24 Apr
    09:00-12:15
    BINUS FX CAMPUS
    Distribution Strategy
    Speaker: Wenlan Peng

    After participating in a one-week workshop, participants of DocNet Campus will present their projects to the jury. The jury will decide one project that will receive a travel grant to attend Sheffield International Documentary Film Festival in the United Kingdom.


    Thu, 24 Apr
    17:30
    Kineforum
    Managing and Cooperating in a Global Film Project
    A Case Study of Why Poverty? Project

    Public Lecture with Don Edkins (Founder & Producer)

    Fri, 25 Apr
    15:00-17:00
    Kineforum
    Docs Animated
    Public Lecture with Marc Eberle (Filmmaker) & Gotot Prakosa (Lecturer at IKJ)

    Sun, 27 Apr
    09:00-13:00
    Kineforum
    DocNet Campus Presentation
    Moderator: Min-Chul Kim

    The proposal marks the first impression of your film. In most occasions, your proposal plays a huge role in allowing your film to be selected for funding, pitching forums or even workshops. It may just be one page, but it defines the journey that your film may take. Learn how to craft a powerful proposal in this master class by Jord den Hollander and see how big a difference you can make with a good proposal.

    Sun, 27 Apr
    15:00-17:00
    GoetheHaus
    Southeast Asian Documentary Moving Forward
    Jury panel with: Budi Irawanto (Academician), Anna Har (Festival Organiser), Chalida Uabumrungjit (Festival Programmer)


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