Archive Valley Partners with Sunny Side of the Doc!

At Archive Valley, we’re pleased to announce our partnership with Sunny Side of the Doc for their 2017 edition under the theme ‘Historic’!

Sunny Side of the Doc is the international marketplace dedicated to documentary and specialist factual content, each year bringing together broadcasters, decision makers, financing bodies, distributors, content creators and producers from around the world to sell or buy projects and programmes, and to find coproduction partners. The 4-day event creates unique opportunities for all +2,000 professionals from 60 countries, to follow the latest industry trends, present 700 untold stories, make new connections and embrace interactive forms of storytelling through a variety of high-level pitching sessions, panel discussions, networking activities and the added value of an exhibition space.

Revamping History at the Age of Disruption

The 28th edition will be held in La Rochelle from June 19-22, 2017 and will put the spotlight on the international opportunities and challenges of HISTORY programming and archives production.

Promoting both linear and non-linear concepts, Sunny Side of the Doc aims to showcase the huge diversity of factual History creation and media research. Organizers are looking for projects that combine quality, originality and innovation from the world’s ancient history to immediate history.

Submissions are open until April 21, 2017. Full details can be found here.

Archive Valley award at the 2017 Pitch Session

For the 2017 edition dedicated to History, Archive Valley is happy to award one talented documentary producer participating in the Pitch Session a free consultation with one of the top archive researchers in our worldwide community.

Archive Valley will also offer accredited production companies who sign up for our beta platform a special deal valid for one month. Our innovative platform connects you with archive providers scattered around the world and simplifies the process of researching and licensing archival footage.

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