Radio Broadcast: Women in the Madrassa on 30 August

Masterschool alumni Rosa Rogers and Hilary Durman (DCM 2008) have been working on their DCM documentary project (for radio and TV) about the world's first official female Muslim leaders - 'morchidat' - in Morocco. These women are setting... read more »

Emmy Nomination for „Birth of a Surgeon“ by DCM Alumni Karin Falck & Loui Bernal

Documentary Campus is proud to announce that Birth of a Surgeon , developed at the Masterschool 2006 by Karin C. Falk and Loui Bernal , is among the nominees for the 30th Annual News and Documentary Emmy® Awards which will be presented on... read more »

All That Glitters received Sundance Documentary Grant

All That Glitters by Tomás Kudrna (DCM 2007) receives the Sundance Documentary Fund for Production / Post-Production. The film tells the story of villagers of a small town in Kyrgyzstan where the unexpected effects of a massive Canadian gold... read more »

Release Date for Corinne van Egeraat's Bridging the Gap

NEXT WEEK IN AMSTERDAM BRIDGING THE GAP Het Ketelhuis: Release Date 20th of August Corinne van Egeraat (DCM 2005) invites you to join the screening of Bridging the Gap (English subtitles) on: Thursday, 20 August... read more »

Christian Bauer - An Obituary

Christian Bauer - Reverse Angle It was a warm and gentle summer day on Friday, the day of Christian’s funeral on the cemetary of St. Johann, overlooking lake Ammersee, in Diessen, a town south of Munich, where Christian had once been... read more »

The Solitary Life of Cranes and Rabbit à la Berlin selected for the IDA's 13th Annual DocuWeeks

The Solitary Life of Cranes by filmmaker Eva Weber (DCM Alumni 2007) and Rabbit à la Berlin (developed within the Documentary Campus Masterschool 2006) by Bartek Konopka and Piotr Rosolowski were selected for the IDA's 13th Annual... read more »

Wild Dog Island receives two Honorable Mentions

The 32nd Int. Wildlife Film Festival Montana awards Wild Dog Island (DCM 2007) with two honorable Mentions on Storytelling and Conservation. The film by Marjolein Duermeijer tells the story of six orphaned African wild dogs who are taking part... read more »

The European Media Event (EME) in Brussels

Call for Proposals “The Second Wave” During the week of 7-11 September 2009 , Brussels will become the meeting place for the international documentary community and related new media practitioners. Advancing from the success... read more »

Broadcast Date for Jan Tenhaven's Why We Buy

Why We Buy - a documentary on multisensual marketing - by Masterschool alumni Jan Tenhaven (DCM 2007) is ready to be broadcast . Please save the date: Wednesday, 19th of August 2009, 11:30pm, ARD (German public television)... read more »

Rabbit à la Berlin wins at Krakow Film Festival

Documentary Campus is happy to announce that Rabbit à la Berlin by Bartek Konopka, Piotr Rosolowski and Anna Wydra (DCM 2006) won again!! This time, Bartek Konopka's very amusing documentary won the Golden Hobby-Horse in the national... read more »

Rabbit à la Berlin wins in Toronto

The bunnies conquered America! Documentary Campus is proud to announce that Rabbit à la Berlin by Bartek Konopka, Piotr Rosolowski and Anna Wydra (DCM 2006) won the mid-length competition at Hot Docs in Toronto ! It was a unanimous... read more »

Colours of Blood by Uli Hesse to run at Hot Docs

Masterschool graduate Uli Hesse (DCM 2008) would like to invite you to the screening of her film Colours of Blood which will have its North American premiere at Hot Docs , Toronto. A coven of cutters, vampires, and Wiccans share... read more »