Grierson 2013: The British Documentary Awards recognise outstanding documentaries that demonstrate integrity, originality and technical excellence, and social or cultural significance. The closing date for entries is Friday 31 May 2013. All categories are open to documentaries made anywhere in the world so long as they have had a first UK screening during the qualifying
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The Landmine Girls by new director Emma Fry is due to be broadcast on the Community Channel in June. Emma was the winner of the WorldView Community Channel Live Pitch at the 2012 Sheffield Doc Fest, receiving a £10,000 grant to finance her film plus mentorship from a WorldView Director. Her completed film will be
We are pleased to announce that ‘Why Poverty?’, an institutional partner of WorldView, has had eight of its documentaries recognised at the 72nd Annual Peabody Awards An annual event administered by the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Georgia, The Peabody Awards are the oldest in broadcasting and one of
Your WorldView, WorldView’s sister project for emerging filmmakers, has teamed up with Hot Docs Canadian International Film Festival to host an online pitch for £1,000 to fund short films on food, in line with their ‘Thought for Food’ season. Filmmakers will have only 3 weeks to tweet their pitch for a short film on ‘food’.