• Foto: Master Class Jean Louis Comolli| Créditos: Agência Ophelia

  • Foto: Master Class Jean Louis Comolli| Créditos: Agência Ophelia

  • Foto: Conferência Narrativas Imersivas com Martin Viau (NFB)| Créditos: Agência Ophelia

  • Foto: Conferências de Indústria - Coproduzir com Chile, por BRAVI  e CHILEDOC| Créditos: Agência Ophelia

  • Foto: Conferência de Indústria  - O Mercado Anglo-saxão de documentário, por Sheffield Doc/Fest, HOT DOCS e Ancine| Créditos: Agência Ophelia

  • Foto: DOC LAB com Sérgio Oksman| Crédito: Agência Ophelia

  • Foto: Heidi Tao Yang - HOT DOCS| Créditos: Agência Ophelia

  • Foto: Confraternização DOCSP| Créditos: Agência Ophelia

  • Foto: Rodadas de Negócios DOCSP| Créditos: Agência Ophelia

  • Foto: Rodadas de Negócios DOCSP| Créditos: Agência Ophelia

  • Foto: Master Class Marta Andreu| Créditos: Agência Ophelia

  • Foto: Master Class Sérgio Oksman| Créditos: Agência Ophelia

  • Foto: Sylvia Bednarz - Sheffield Doc/Fest| Créditos: Agência Ophelia

  • Foto: VR LAB SPCINE por Maria Laura Ruggiero e Martin Viau| Créditos: Agência Ophelia

DOCSP is an international documentary encounter with training activities, market and exhibitions. A space to foster reflection on new narratives of the documentary and interactive cinema and build bridges with the market.

Speakers and Tutors

  • Adriana González

    Adriana González is the Director of Televisión Nacional del Uruguay (TNU). She managed cultural projects in the Municipality of Montevideo (1998-2000), made the technical assistance in the Mercosur advisory organism in audiovisual theme, RECAM (2005 to 2011), made […]

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  • Ana Julia Cury de Brito Cabral

    Ana Julia Cury Cabral is Head of International Affairs at ANCINE, where she’s been working since 2010. Bachelor in Social Communication at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, she specialized in Radio and TV. At the same […]

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  • André Sturm

    André Sturm is Executive Director of the Museum of Image and Sound, an institution of the Ministry of Culture. Sturm was responsible for creating a space in the museum for new artists through open calls in the areas of Film, Photography […]

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  • Cléber Eduardo Miranda dos Santos

    He’s a master’s degree in Cinema at ECA-USP with research on contemporary Brazilian documentary. Curator of Tiradentes Cinema Festival, since 2007, he’s also professor and researcher at Centro Universitário Senac, where teaches courses of History of Documentary, Practice […]

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  • Cristián Soto

    Cristián Soto, Chilean film director and director of photography. His most important work was the documentary series “Chico Pueblo, Gente Grande” and the feature film “The Last Station” (2013) – which participated in over 30 international festivals and […]

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  • Fábio Lima

    Fábio Lima (Brazil). Executive Director of Digital Sofa, preferential iTunes films aggregator in Latin America, GooglePlay, Youtube and NOW for Transactional VOD model. Ex-director of Mobz, digital distributor. He was among the founding members of Rain Network, Digital […]

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  • Fernando Dias

    Fernando is co-founder of Grifa Films where he act as executive producer. He was president of Brasil Independent Audiovisual (BRAVI) for 8 years, where he was responsible for the creation of the international sector and the development of […]

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  • Francisco Hervé

    Francisco Hervé is a director and producer who graduated from the International Film and Television School (EICTV), Cuba. His documentary The Power of Speech (2009) was selected for the First Appearance IDFA competition. From his company Panchito Films […]

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  • Heidi Tao Yang

    Heidi currently manages the Hot Docs Film Funds where she oversees Hot Docs’ investments in Canadian and international documentary films. In this role she works with filmmakers from around the world on their projects. Also, as the Industry […]

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  • Jean- Louis Comolli

    France. Writer, editor, and film director. He was editor in chief of Cahiers du cinéma from 1966 to 1978, during which period he wrote the influential essays “Machines of the Visible” (1971) and “Technique and Ideology: Camera, Perspective, […]

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  • Jose F. Rodriguez

    José is the Director of Documentary Programs at TFI where he oversees the growth and funding for all of the documentary funds, and has led the TFI Latin America Fund’s Filmmaker Workshop series. A native of Puerto Rico, […]

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  • Karen Harley

    Editor and documentary filmmaker. She edited films directed by Marcelo Gomes: “Cinema, Aspirinas e Urubus”, “Era uma vez eu, Veronica”, “Viajo porque preciso, volto porque te amo co-direction Karim Ainouz; Cláudio Assis: Baixio das Bestas, Febre do Rato, […]

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  • María Laura Ruggiero

    Filmmaker and storyteller specialized in Experience Design and transmedia storytelling. International speaker (Berlinale, BAFICI) and teacher, in the fields of film innovation and VR. Member of Werner Herzog’s Rogue Film School. NATPE Diversity Fellow and Emerging Producer. (2014). […]

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  • Marta Andreu

    Marta Andreu (Spain) is the academic coordinator of DocMontevideo. She is the academic coordinator of the master’s in creation documentary course at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra. She teaches port-graduate documentary film courses at the Universidad Rovira y Virgili […]

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  • Martin Viau

    (Canada) is Lead of Technologies National Film Board of Canada’s french interactive studio. His mandate involves manipulating/analyzing new programming languages and to stay abreast of developing technologies as well as potential technology partners. He’s also responsible of the […]

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  • Orlando Senna

    Orlando Senna (Brazil) is one of the most outstanding theoreticians in cinema in Brazil. At present he is a member of the Higher Council of the New Latin American Cinema Foundation and Programming Director of CINEBRASiLTV. He was general […]

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  • Paola Castillo

    Director and producer of documentaries, which include: My grandfather Allende Allende, Cannes Film Festival Best Documentary 2015; The Lifeguard directed by Maite Alberdi (awarded at 10 international festivals); 74 m² (Chile-USA-Finland), among others. She is executive director at […]

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  • Rachel do Valle

    Rachel do Valle é gerente executiva do Brazilian TV Producers, projeto internacional da BRAVI realizado em parceria com a Apex-Brasil (Agência Brasileira de Promoção de Exportações e Investimentos). Jornalista pós-graduada em gestão audiovisual, está na equipe BRAVI desde […]

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  • Regina Jehá

    Regina Jeha started her career at the University of São Paulo where she studied Cinema and Social Sciences. Her documentaries have received numerous awards in Brazil and were featured in Festivals such as Berlinale, Visions Du Réel, Oberhausen, […]

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  • Sérgio Oksman

    Madrid-based filmmaker of Brazilian origin. He studied Journalism in Sao Paulo and Film in New York. He is a film teacher in Madrid and heads up Dok Films productions. His filmography as director includes  “A Esteticista” (2004), “Goodbye, […]

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  • Silvia Cruz

    Created in 2010, Vitrine Filmes is a company dedicated to the distribution of independent films, investing, therefore in the growth and enhancement of alternative cinema. Among the 60 titles in their catalog are “The Way He Looks”, by […]

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  • Steve Holmgren

    Steve Holmgren is a producer and curator, working primarily in independent cinema. Executive Producer on INAATE/SE; head of the advisory committee of UnionDocs; worked at several film festivals – including the Robert Flaherty Film Seminar, Tribeca, and Sound […]

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  • Sylvia Bednarz

    Sylvia worked in documentary film and TV production, beginning her media career as Production Coordinator on the feature documentary The Age of Stupid. She then joined Current TV as an Associate Producer, working alongside the commissioning editor to […]

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Players

  • ANCINE

    ANCINE, the Brazilian Film Agency, is a financially and administratively independent government agency, operating under the Brazilian Ministry of Culture. It was established in September, 2001 to contribute to the regulation of, support to, and monitoring of the […]

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  • ARTE1

    Arte1 is the first Brazilian channel with a programming entirely dedicated to art and culture. Dance, classical and brazilian popular music, film, visual arts, literature, theater, opera: It is 24 hours in the air with a specially designed […]

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  • Brazilian TV Producers

    Brazilian TV Producers (BTVP) is an audiovisual content export program created by the Brazil Independent Audiovisual (BRAVI) in partnership with the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) and the Ministry of Culture. It has been promoting the […]

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  • Canal Brasil

    Brazilian cinema is in the DNA of Canal Brasil and leads the programming grid with short films and feature films ranging from fiction to documentary, and also animation. The program is 100% Brazilian and also features an eclectic cast […]

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  • Canal Curta!

    Curta! is a brazilian TV channel commited to broadcast at least 12 hours daily of brazilian independente productions. The channel is currently distributed in the main Brazilian Pay-TV operators, such as NET, CLAROTV, GVT, OITV, vivo tv among […]

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  • CHILEDOC

    ChileDoc is a non profit organization that was born in 2010 of the need to articulate a global network of contacts and help to generate business opportunities for documentary productions. The objective of Chiledoc is to support the […]

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  • CINEBRASiLTV

    A channel dedicated to brazillian independent audiovisual production available for more than 6,000,000 subscribers in Brazil. Showing Brazi to the Brazilian through a programming that disseminates cultural diversity produced in all regions. Bringing long films, shorts, documentaries, series, […]

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  • DocMontevideo

    DocMontevideo is the documentary meeting of Latin American broadcasters. It is an event that develops more than 10 activities in the areas of Training, Market, Networking and Exhibition focused on the Latin American documentary production. Audiovisual professionals, representatives […]

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  • ELO COMPANY

    Founded in 2005 by Sabrina Nudeliman and Ruben Feffer, Elo Company works from the project development and packaging to its complete distribution including: – Theatrical release: division lead by Tito Liberato (ex- Fox Films). – LATAM TV sales: more than […]

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  • ENCRIPTA S/A

    Brazilian company engaged to provide (1) aggregation; (2) processing; (3) licensing, distribution, acquisition and (4) BackOffice services for digital distribution content as well as (5) OTT digital platform and app’s developments (technology). Has contracts with major national and […]

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  • Fênix Distribuidora de Filmes

    Fênix Distribuidora de Filmes is a Brazilian distributor of independent films, focusing on the best arthouse films. Since 2011, Fênix brings to Brazil films that enchanted the world in major international festivals, as well as feature films that […]

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  • Globo Filmes

    Globo Filmes has participated in more than 175 films since 1998, taking the public to see the best of Brazilian cinema. With a mission to contribute to the strengthening of the national audiovisual industry, its filmography includes various […]

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  • Globonews

    GloboNews is a 24 hours news channel belonging to Grupo Globo. It is a reference in quality and audience among pay tvs; it is mostly popular among male adults, from A+B classes. Since three years ago, GloboNews has […]

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  • Hot Docs

    Hot Docs, North America’s largest documentary festival, offers an outstanding selection of over 200 films from Canada and around the world to Toronto audiences of more than 200,000. Hot Docs also has documentary market, with programs such as […]

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  • Journeyman Pictures

    JOURNEYMAN PICTURES is one of the leading independent factual and documentaries provider of award winning stories to the world broadcast market. JOURNEYMAN PICTURES spearheads the factual agenda with a topical catalogue covering a myriad of subjects and styles; […]

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  • LOOKE

    Rent, Sales and Subscription OTT Digital Platform.

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  • National Film Board of Canada

    The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) is a public body that produces and distributes interactive work, documentaries and author animations. The emphasis is on innovation, experimentation and social impact, and the Board takes creative risks that the […]

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  • Sheffield Doc/Fest

    Sheffield Doc/Fest is a world leading and the UK’s premier documentary festival, celebrating the art and business of documentary. We’re a hub for all documentary and factual content across all platforms, from feature length to shorts, and including […]

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  • Sofa Digital

    SOFA is a digital movie distributor, acting as iTunes preferred aggregator for Latin America, Google Play/Youtube, NOW, Vivo and Netflix aggregator, for transactional and subscription models and also Encoding House for those platforms. We distribute local and international […]

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  • Spcine

    Spcine is an initiative of the São Paulo City Hall, through the City Cultural Department, in partnership with ANCINE, the national film authority. The office hosts the São Paulo Film Commission, runs incentive programs and support policies, reaching […]

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  • Synapse Produções LTDA

    Synapse is a leading independent distribution company servicing Free TV, Pay TV, OTTs, Inflight and institutional markets. Synapse has been placing top quality shows from Brazilian producers and international distributors since 1991. Synapse works with the major public […]

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  • Televisión Nacional de Uruguay

    Television Nacional de Uruguay (TNU) is the open channel of the Uruguayan State. It is an execution unit of the Ministry of Education and Culture. In 1955 was the first television channel authorized to issue but began broadcasting […]

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  • Tribeca Film Institute

    Tribeca Film Institute champions storytellers to be catalysts for change in their communities and around the world. Each year, we identify a diverse group of exceptional filmmakers and media artists, and empower them with funding and resources to […]

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  • Vitrine Filmes

    Founded in 2010 by Silvia Cruz, the Vitrine Films is a company engaged in the distribution mainly Brazilian films, investing thus in the growth and appreciation of the national cinema.

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