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Sunny Side pitch session deadline approaches

For the second year Sunny Side of the Doc is organizing the Best International Project Showcase (BIPS) where 36 projects with international potential will be selected for a pitching session. There are pitches under the genres of History, Science & Environment, Politics & Social Issues and Arts & Culture and, for the first time, an under 30s pitch and cross media content, where pitchers will have the option to connect via live online video link to an external expert, character or partner. To have your project considered for the pitching sessions, and to read the criteria, visit Sunny Side's site.
April 8, 2010

For the second year Sunny Side of the Doc is organizing the Best International Project Showcase (BIPS) where 36 projects with international potential will be selected for a pitching session. There are pitches under the genres of History, Science & Environment, Politics & Social Issues and Arts & Culture and, for the first time, an under 30s pitch and cross media content, where pitchers will have the option to connect via live online video link to an external expert, character or partner. To have your project considered for the pitching sessions, and to read the criteria, visit Sunny Side’s site.

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