PITCH_IT 3RD EDITION 2023-2024 - Goethe-Institut Česko

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PICH_IT 3RD EDITION is a workshop programme for emerging directors, writers, and producers who are based in the Republic of Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, the Republic of Serbia, and the Slovak Republic and aims to support your first steps in the film industry. The project is organized by the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg and the Goethe-Institut.


The art of pitching is the professional oral presentation of a project idea or story. A task that even brilliant filmmakers and producers often fail at. A successful pitch of a film project can decide whether a project is realized or not.

PITCH_IT offers intensive workshops in the fields of production, directing, distribution and film-marketing. All Mentors are highly experienced and decorated members of the current film industry and will guide your project throughout this program. Furthermore, the pitching training by communication trainer Sibylle Kurz is intended to help the participants to prepare their projects in line with the actual film market requirements and offer skills for networking in the international film industry.

At the end of the trainings, the participants can present their film projects to employees of international film festivals (previous Editions featured experts from Sundance, IDFA, Dok.Fest München etc.), film funding agencies, streamers like NETFLIX (2023 Edition) and distributers like BETA Film and Deckert Distribution (2023 Edition) alongside Berlinae 2024.

We look forward to applications from filmmakers in the fields of documentary, feature film and experimental film with their long (minimum 60 minutes) film-projects.

The language of the training and the workshop is English.
The conditions of participation and details can be found in the call for entries.

The application deadline is 7th of September 2023.
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The Organizers

Filmakademie Baden-Württenberg

Filmakademie Baden-Württenberg

Since it was founded in 1991, Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg has become one of the world’s leading film academies. Around 250 films covering a range of genres are created by teams of students each year. Several won prizes at film festivals. The overriding objective of the program is to prepare students in the best possible way for a successful career in the film and media industries.

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