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As of now, you can register for your festival accreditation to goEast 2023.
The 23rd edition of the festival will take place in Wiesbaden from April 26th to May 2nd.
An extra handling fee will be charged for applications submitted after April 19th.
The ACCREDITATION BADGE grants you entrance to the screenings of festival films in Wiesbaden, Darmstadt, Mainz and Giessen (subject to availability) as well as to additional events in Wiesbaden (with the exception of specials such as lectures). Furthermore, it also allows you access the goEast Online Media Library containing a selection of the festival films.
An ACCREDITATION can be requested exclusively via Eventival.
All necessary information for the accreditation process can be found in the FAQ section.
East-West Talent Lab
Once again, goEast supports filmmakers and young talents from Central and Eastern Europe and connects them with like-minded people from Germany. For the East-West Talent Lab, a multifaceted training program has been designed, which gives participants the opportunity for a first exchange with industry representatives as well as the chance to present their project ideas. The program for participants includes pitching training by filmmaker Cathy de Haan and one-on-one mentoring with industry and documentary expert Brigid O’Shea. In 2023, the East-West Talent Lab will continue to specialize in non-fiction and documentary formats.
NOMINATED PROJECT IDEAS
by director Tamara Stepanyan, Armenia, France
ASHES TO ASHES, DUST TO SIDE CHICKS
by director Intizor Otaniyozova, Kazakhstan
BETWEEN TWO WORLDS
by director Ana Gurdiș, Moldova
CUBA & ALASKA
by director Yegor Troyanovsky, presented by producer Olga Beskhmelnytsina, Ukraine, France
by director Baris Mumin, Bulgaria
by director Tereza Bernátková, Czech Republic
SYMPHONY OF DONBAS
by director Elena Rubashevska, Ukraine
by director Timofey Stekolshchuk, presented by producer Sergei Yahontov, Georgia, France, Germany
Julian Gerchow (Germany)
Denis Kliewer (Germany)
Ondřej Lukeš (Czech Republic)
Kristina Mikhailova (Kazakhstan)
Louis Beaudemont (France)
Valeria Venturelli (Germany)
Ksenia Gapchenko (Germany)
Christina Demenshina (Germany)
by director Anelise Salan, Romania
GORKY PARK. FACTORY OF HAPPY PEOPLE.
by directors Yana Osman and Anton Khamchishkin, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia
MOM AND ME
by director Aynur Kazimova, Azerbaidjan
MY MOTHER, THE WAR, AND ME
by director Inga Pylypchuk, Ukraine, Germany
THE DEATH OF UNDERGROUND
by director Romina Ruda, Albania
THE SIGH OF MEMORY
by director Gulzat Egemberdieva, Kyrgyzstan
by director Anzor Dokhov and Tessa de Baudiniere, Russia, France
goEast has featured a bespoke competition for virtual reality works since 2018, which has, however, up until now solely shown completed VR projects in Wiesbaden and Frankfurt. Now the festival is set to take on a new challenge – with a programme and accompanying competition exclusively intended for work-in-progress and collaborative projects in the fields of virtual and extended reality.
The declared goal here is to promote new talents from Central and Eastern Europe, as well as students from Germany, who are united by a common passion for VR and XR. Within the programme, the selected participants will receive assistance in their search for further opportunities to fund their projects.
In 2023 this programme is made possible for goEast thanks to the support of the Kulturfonds Frankfurt Rhein Main within the framework of the side programme Cinema Archipelago.
You can find the program here.