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Sheffield Doc/Fest reveals MeetMarket, Alternate Realities Market projects


- 65 projects chosen for MeetMarket, 25 for Alternate Realities

Sheffield Doc/Fest reveals MeetMarket, Alternate Realities Market projects

The Sheffield Doc/Fest (10-15 June) has revealed 65 projects from 28 countries for the 2016 MeetMarket that will be pitching during the festival.

UK projects at the event include Anastasia Kirillova’s Bar Answer: The Agents of Troubled Love; Joost Vandebrug’s Bruce Lee & The Lost Boys; Joel Conroy’s Bullock Rock; Joe Cohen’s Catching The Moment: Life Through the Lens of Terry Jones; Richard Da Costa’s Last Breath; Jane Hilton’s The Last Lion Tamer; Lisa Clifford’s The Lawyer And The Warlord; Jeanie Finlay’s Luxury Bitches; Yemi Bamiro’s One Man And His Shoes; Selah Hennessy’s The Pacemakers; Tessa Morgan’s The Pioneers: The Story of Street Dance; Sebastien RabasThe President and the Bone Hunter; Paul BurgessProtest Inc.; and Victoria Mapplebeck’s Text Me. 

Projects from France include Frédéric Wilner’s Amsterdam, London, New York: The Magnificent Three; Florence Tran’s Looking Through The Pyramids; Bruno Aveillan’s Rodin Divino # Inferno; and Claude Trinquesse’s Saudi Arabia: Dangerous Liaisons. Italian projects include Clio Sozzani’s Milk Drop: The Camel Milk Revolution; Manu Gerosa’s One More Jump; and Fabrizio Galatea’s Sa Femina Accabadora - The Ladies of the Kind Death.

German projects include Steffan Strandberg’s 1968 - The Awakening; Alba Sotorra’s Amazons; Christoph Röhl’s Defender of the Faith; Tristan Chytroschek’s Dollar Heroes; Schwehm’s Fly, Rocket, FlyMatthias Heeder’s Pre-Crime; Julia Eksner’s Verdict; and Mirjam Leuze’s The Whale and the Raven. Swedish projects include Marcus Lindeen’s The Raft [+see also:
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; Mike Shum’s The Dogs Will Eat Them Later; and Simon Stanf’s Whose Game Is It?

Other European projects include Yorgos AvgeropoulosAgora II – Trapped (Greece); Elvira Lind’s Bobbi Jene (Denmark); Karen Stokkendal Poulsen’s Confessions of a Military Dictatorship (Denmark); Jeroen Berkvens’s Daughters of Soul (Netherlands); Arunas MatelisWonderful Losers: A Different World [+see also:
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(Lithuania); Andreas M. Dalsgaard’s The Great Game (Denmark); Tonje Hessen Schei’s iHuman (Norway); Katrine Philip’s In the Closed Room (Denmark); Frankie Fenton’s It’s Not Yet Dark [+see also:
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 (Ireland); Marta PrusOver The Limit (Poland); Ben Asamoah’s Sakawa (Belgium); Trude Berge Ottersen’s Sealers (Norway); Arto Koskinen’s The Story of a Mobile Phone (Finland); and Rafal Lysak’s Unconditional Love (Poland). 

UK projects amongst the 25 announced for Sheffield’s Alternate Realities Market include Phil Harper’s A Mother's Journey; Fernando De JesusThe Boy in the Book: A Choose Your Own Documentary; Leah Borromeo’s Climate Symphony; Jordie Montevecchi’s Consequences. A Ten Year Day; Katie Stonehill’s Drip; Rosie Poebright’s Empath; Jonny Ford’s Molecular Story; Matt Golding’s Music from the End of the World; Mathew Charles’ Target: BACRIM; Darren Emerson’s Trafficked (Working Title); and Jamie Lochhead’s Victoria’s Cancer Diaries

Other European projects at the event include Ivan Erhel’s Baghdad 3D, the Future of our past (France); Neil Bell’s The Journey (Sweden); Alison Killing’s Migration Watch (Netherlands); Christine Cynn’s We Are The Gun (Norway); and Stéphane Hueber-Blies & Nicolas BliesZero Impunity (Luxembourg).

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