The documentary short Nothing to See Here directed by Nicolas Bouchez will have its Asian Premiere in the section “POV: The New Normal” of the 4th PyeongChang International Peace Film Festival held from 23 to 28 June.
The film was recently screened at Sehsüchte - 51st International Student Film Festival of the Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF - in Germany last April.Read more ...
The short documentary How to See the Night by María Casas Castillo will have its World première in competition at Sheffield Doc/Fest International Documentary Film Festival.
Also Letter from Eusapia, the graduation film of Andrés Cornejo Pinto will be presented in this festival held in UK from 23 to 28 of June.Read more ...
The 6th International Student Documentary Film Festival FIDÉ | Brazil presented a selection of five DocNomads films in May 2022.Read more ...
The DOC NOMADS Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD) in Documentary Filmmaking is a two-year, full time, European graduate program (120 ECTS) open to the world and delivered by a consortium of three universities in Portugal, Hungary and Belgium.
The entire DocNomads programme was assessed by an external international panel in 2019 and found compliant with all the standards and sub-standards of the ‘European Approach for External Quality Assurance of Joint Programmes’ framework.
DocNomads is the first joint master in Europe in the field of FILM that was granted the right to use the Erasmus Mundus brand name and the grant support of the European Commission for the first five editions. This backing was granted again for the course editions in the period of 2017-2022.
In each edition, about twenty-four students from all around the world follow a mobility track from Lisbon to Brussels, via Budapest. In doing so, students are immersed within different cultural environments, learning how to make use of their abilities outside their usual social contexts.
Taught entirely in English and taking a practical approach, DOC NOMADS’ unique curriculum and supportive faculty aims at expanding students' skills and creativity, while providing an integrated training that combines a focus on the arts with contemporary practices in film production.
Directing is essentially learnt through making films out in the real world. Students are asked to confront the aesthetic and practical challenges generated by the actual process of filmmaking and in doing so develop their critical thinking skill; gain autonomy in multifarious disciplines; and build – throughout the course – their own repertoire of formal approaches.
Upon completion of the program, degree holders will be prepared and qualified to enter a professional life in the craft of documentary filmmaking – as directors, as producers, as independent artists.
As an Erasmus Mundus Program, DOC NOMADS offers two-year scholarships to some of the selected European and non-European students.
DOC NOMADS Master Course is sponsored and supervised by the EACEA - Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency of the European Commission.