The workshop is the series of two-hour master-classes run by festival guests, prominent European authors. The topics are related to authorial approaches in contemporary documentary filmmaking. Discussions are mostly about the author's work on the screened films. Often through clips from previous works, we discuss the documentary process in their entire opus. The chief moderators of the workshop will be, as so far, the festival selector, Tue Steen Müller, and the festival director, Zoran Popović.

The official language of the workshop is English. The workshop is free of charge, but it doesn’t include the tickets for the films. If you are interested in participating, you are expected to watch all 7 films and to attend workshops regularly. For each film the master-class is held the day after the screening: the first one is on April 10th. The exact time and the place of the master-classes will be published on the festival website.


The workshop is primarily geared towards young film authors and film students as well as students in related art disciplines, but also to all who are interested in expanding their knowledge of the modern documentary film, primarily towards film professionals and documentaries filmmakers.

To apply for the workshop, it is necessary to complete the application form which can be found on the festival website, and send it by April 6th. All applicants will be notified in a timely manner whether they have been accepted or not. If you don’t get a response until April 8th, send an email to to check whether your application has reached us.

Please make sure to leave your contacts, email as well as the telephone number, so we can be able to quickly get in touch with you in case there are unexpected changes. Participants who have previous experience in filmmaking, or are students of film, should fill in only the film experience / documentary field. All other applicants who would like to participate, and are not filmmaking professionals, besides filling in the film experience / documentary field, should also write the motivation letter (1000-2000 characters).


* The festival does not provide accommodation and travel arrangements for the participants coming from abroad, but can help in acquiring information about traveling to and staying in Belgrade during the festival.