Each year Hot Docs hosts a number of official delegations from around the world and facilitates valuable promotional and networking opportunities for these established producers and broadcasters.
During the 2016 Festival, Hot Docs hosted 14 delegations from:
- Australia, led by Screen Australia
- Chile, led by ChileDoc with support from Chilean National Council for Culture
- Colombia, led by Proimágenes Colombia
- Germany, led by AG DOK
- Georgia, led by Bibasha
- Israel, led by CoPro
- Italy, led by the Italian Trade Commission
- Japan, led by Tokyo Docs
- Nigeria, led by Pan-African Film Development Foundation
- Nordic Region, led by Nordisk Panorama
- Northern Ireland, led by Northern Ireland Screen
- Scotland, led by Scottish Documentary Institute with support from Creative Scotland
- South Africa, led by Documentary Filmmakers Association with support from Department of Trade and Industry and the National Film and Video Association
- USA, led by IFP
For more information, please contact industry programs manager Stephanie McArthur.
Featuring panels and networking opportunities involving Official Delegations, International Co-Production Day seeks to spark new international co-producing relationships among delegates.
Meet one-on-one with potential producing partners from attending international delegations.
International Co-Production Day