You’ll come away from the beautiful mountain retreat of Motovun Film Festival full of clarity, enthusiasm and energy to take your festival to the next level.
This intensive, high-level training programme has a fantastic reputation worldwide, with 100% of our 100+ Developing Your Film Festival alumni saying they would recommend this course to other film festivals.
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Now in its fifth year, Developing Your Film Festival is a unique
training course that will allow you to:
Understand how to put
your festival on the path to longevity and creativity
Find new routes to
develop audiences as well as income
Exchange ideas and
practices with other international film festivals that share your concerns
Learn how to connect with
partners and collaborators that can take your festival to the next level AND…
Visit one of Europe’s
most picturesque festivals in a UNESCO World Heritage site.
DYFF will answer the questions that matter most for your specific festival. The course is taught through presentations from leading film industry experts, practical workshops focusing on participants’ own festivals, participant-led discussions on the major challenges and opportunities facing festivals today, plus one-to-one advisory sessions.
Now open to festivals worldwide!
For the first time we are now able to offer places to film festival professionals from outside Europe. We hope that this will help all participants broaden their festival horizons and lead to unique collaborations.
To view this year's programme click here. This year's line up speakers is especially strong, with speakers from Göteborg International Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, Flatpack Film Festival, Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival and Sheffield Doc/Fest.
Applications for this year's course have now closed. To register interest in next year's course, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
With the support of Creative Europe – MEDIA programme of the European Union and the British Council. In partnership with Motovun Film Festival and Vilnius International Film Festival.