Ten Documentary Projects Selected For DOCmed 2013 (Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia Repped)

From Shadow and Act Mon Feb 11 2013, 19:34:48

DOCmed is a workshop for documentary filmmakers, now in its 3rd year. The program's goal is to assist producers and director-producers from Arabic-speaking countries in the South Mediterranean region, to develop their documentary projects, with aim towards putting each project in a position to attract international co-production/financing. DOCmed holds sessions in documentary production, creation, financing, and exploiting latest technologies. This year, 10 projects from Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Syria and Libya were chosen from 61 documentary projects submitted for consideration. They follow below - titles, directors and producers. I plan to research these...

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