KineDok is a unique distribution network that organizes event-based screenings of 15 European creative documentaries at interesting venues accross 7 European countries (CZ, HR, HUN, NOR, PL, RO, SK) during the whole year 2016.
KineDok Workshop for local promoters
Poland (April 7, 2016), Hungary (April 8,9, 2016)
Workshop for local promoters will present the international project, plan of action and strategic plan of each national KineDok and provide knowledge on PR outreach strategies including promotion steps towards the audience.
KineDok Conference on Alternative Distribution (Program)
March 10–11, 2016, Prague, Czech Republic
The KineDok Conference on Alternative Distribution hosted 29 international professionals and offered case studies, lectures and presentations related to the problematics of distribution.
Except the Panel on Alternative Distribution, the progam consisted of social media marketing campaign presentation of Joanna Solecka from Alphapanda, new digital distribution possibilities lectured by Wendy Bernfeld. The duel about launching an effective campaign with Sarah Mosses and Fredrik Gerten focused on budgets, platforms, partners and other skills. The Conference brainstormed the problematics of VOD aggregators and crowdfunding with Vincent Lucasen and Wolfgang Gumpelmaier.
During closed sessions the participants shared the experience regarding national distribution environments and worked on a international cooperation strategy and possibilities of continuous share of knowledge in the distribution field. KineDok gala screening of the film 6 Degrees in Vinohrady Brewery and Q&A with the director Bartosz Dombrowski followed by networking drink was a great opportunity for meeting interesting people.
KineDok Screening & Party
Q&A with the Director
March 10, 2016, 8.30 pm, Vinohradský pivovar
6 Degrees (Bartosz Dombrowski, Poland, 2014, 81‘)
The film is inspired by Milgram's "Six degrees of separation" theory with its assumption that every person in the world can be reached through 6 personal connections. The crew tries to explore the chain of connections between two randomly drawn protagonists: Martyna - a young punk-rock musician from Warsaw, Poland and Marco Antonio - a farmer from little village in Mexico. A road movie through different places, lifestyles and characters. We follow the everyday life of all our protagonists and try to discover what’s hidden beneath their everyday masks. Doesn’t the longing for love, acceptance, career, friendship and a decent life reminds us about ourselves?
|23. July||12.00||Song Brothers||ROU||Amfiteatrul Salina Turda, Turda ( maps )|
|24. July||20.00||Siblings Are Forever||ROU||Moszkva Cafe, Oradea ( maps )|
|25. July||19.00||Toto and His Sisters||POL||Stary Maneż, Gdańsk ( maps )|
|25. July||20.00||Song Brothers||ROU||HOF cafe, Brașov ( maps )|
|25. July||21.00||Siblings Are Forever||POL||Pub Český Film, Szczecin ( maps )|
The second edition of KineDok is entering its second half, and so far there has been a great number of event-based screenings with film directors and interesting guests for Q&A's organized. The topics that were discussed by the guests and their audience were very diverse and covered not only the methods of the current creative documentary filmmaking but also practical questions of campaign making, psychological and sociological issues and many more.Read Articles