Here is the press release of the DocAlliance in its (almost) full length – clicking the links will bring you to more information:
“Join us at our online trip towards discovering young film talents! What is contemporary documentary like according to the students of prestigious film schools around the world? What themes, genres and images are popular with the youngest generation of documentary filmmakers? You have the whole summer to search for, compare and enjoy the most interesting works by the future stars of film festivals!
Become members of the exclusive FIDCampus in the week from July 13 to 19! Watch films by students who received the support and professional training of the French Doc Alliance festival FID Marseille. Over 15 films of various genres will give you insight into the world of promising filmmakers from France as well as Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia and Lebanon.
Enter two creative courses taught at the Portuguese art school Escola Superior de Artes e Design de Caldas da Rainha. See how the local film students coped with the assignment of City Places introducing the places where they live and study and what an original film essay is like in their rendition. Sit down at your online desks from July 20 to August 2!
How does the genre of short documentary do among film students? It does quite well at the Film and TV School of University of Chile! See for yourselves in the week from August 3 to 9 and extend the map of your summer student film trips with Latin America. Be inspired by the original film ideas born in the very centre of the capital Santiago de Chile!