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Hot Docs announces the participation of eight official delegations

Hot Docs will be hosting eight official delegations at this year's edition, a record number for the doc fest, conference and market. The official delegations are from Abu Dhabi, France, Germany, Italy, Malaysia, the Nordic region, the UK and the U.S. The delegations will be featured participatns during the International Co-Production Day on May 3. Abu Dhabi's official delegation is led by the Abu Dhabi Film Commission. France's official delegation is led by the French Trade Commission and the French Image cluster Iconoval. Germany's, official delegation is led by AG DOK. Italy's official delegation is led by the Italian Trade Commission and Doc/It. Malaysia's official delegation is led by FINAS and Blue In Green Productions. The Nordic region official delegation is led by Filmkontakt Nord. The United Kingdom's official delegation is led by Sheffield Doc/Fest. Lastly, the U.S.'s official delegation is led by IFP, NY-WIFT and Shooting People.
March 9, 2010

Hot Docs will be hosting eight official delegations at this year’s edition, a record number for the doc fest, conference and market. The official delegations are from Abu Dhabi, France, Germany, Italy, Malaysia, the Nordic region, the UK and the U.S. The delegations will be featured participatns during the International Co-Production Day on May 3. Abu Dhabi’s official delegation is led by the Abu Dhabi Film Commission. France’s official delegation is led by the French Trade Commission and the French Image cluster Iconoval. Germany’s, official delegation is led by AG DOK. Italy’s official delegation is led by the Italian Trade Commission and Doc/It. Malaysia’s official delegation is led by FINAS and Blue In Green Productions. The Nordic region official delegation is led by Filmkontakt Nord. The United Kingdom’s official delegation is led by Sheffield Doc/Fest. Lastly, the U.S.’s official delegation is led by IFP, NY-WIFT and Shooting People.

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