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Britdoc merges event with Doc/Fest

The three year old Britdoc festival, run by the Channel 4 Britdoc Foundation, has announced the end of the annual festival in Oxford. But this isn't the last of Britdoc, as the event joins with Sheffield Doc/Fest as a major festival partner. As well, more efforts will turn to online, such as GoodFilm.org, launching early 2009, that links NGOs and brands to docs, part of the Foundation's REAL GOOD activities.
November 5, 2008

The three year old Britdoc festival, run by the Channel 4 Britdoc Foundation, has announced the end of the annual festival in Oxford. But this isn’t the last of Britdoc, as the event joins with Sheffield Doc/Fest as a major festival partner. As well, more efforts will turn to online, such as GoodFilm.org, launching early 2009, that links NGOs and brands to docs, part of the Foundation’s REAL GOOD activities.

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