France | Documentary
|19 June 2017
22 June 2017
Are you attending?
To access a discount registration fee, please contact Pamela Otto, International Markets Coordinator via email or +61 2 8113 5846 for details.
Call for projects now open
The submission deadline has been extended until Friday 28 April 2017. More information can be found here
Discount Registration Rates
Please find below the various discount registration rates for this year’s event.
€295 excl. tax. includes: (instead of €660 excl. tax)
- 4-days pass giving full access to the market, all conferences, panels, seminars, events, delegate list
- 1 project in development submitted to the pitch selection and published in our official market catalogue (or 1 finished program in our catalogue).
€160 excl. tax. (instead of €490 excl. tax)
For participants from a company that has already registered.
€295 excl. tax (instead of €495 excl. tax)
For companies who either:
- would like to attend the event without any project/program to be registered in the pitch selection or catalogue (simple 4-day visitor pass), or;
- newcomers for companies who have never attended Sunny Side before (they would have the rights to submit to the pitch selection)
Distributor Group Stand Pass
€720 excl. tax.
For distributors only; including 4 day pass and 10 projects/programs in the catalogue
Sunny Side Australia Stand
For the fourth consecutive year, Screen Australia will host a stand for all Australians to use. Location to be announced soon.
Official website: sunnysideofthedoc.com
Held in La Rochelle, a charming mediaeval fishing village below Normandy and Brittany, Sunny Side of the Doc is one of the world's biggest and best markets for the buying and selling of documentary proposals and completed projects.
Sunny Side continues to be a vital market for all things factual and documentary. There remain terrific opportunities in terms of gathering market intelligence, networking with international producers and being part of the increasingly high-profile Australian presence, to garner initial international interest in your projects or to close deals.
Sunny Side has become an international marketplace for documentaries and a base for 350 high-level buyers who represent more than 130 broadcasters and 2,000 professionals from around 50 countries.
This information is to be used as a guide only and is of a general nature. Screen Australia has undertaken all reasonable measures to ensure its accuracy and specifically disclaims any liability, loss or risk, personal or otherwise, which is incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly of the use and application of any of the contents. Exact registration details are available on the market website.