Discover our 2019 Finalists

DIG Pitch

The authors of the shortlisted projects will participate in a public pitching session that will be conducted in English at the next DIG Festival, in Riccione, Italy. Authors will have 10 minutes to present their project to an international jury, in front of an audience consisting of buyers, broadcasters, commissioning editors and producers. During their 10-minute presentation, authors will also play a teaser up to 3 minutes long illustrating the subject, characters, setting and style of their project. The presentation will be followed by an interview with the jury.

Reportage Long

For released or unreleased reportage works that are up to 90 minutes long. Using an original approach, works in this section analyse contemporary social phenomena from a new point of view.

Reportage Medium

For released or unreleased reportage works that are up to 27 minutes long. Using an original approach, works in this section analyse contemporary social phenomena from a new point of view.

Investigative Long

For released or unreleased investigative works that are up to 90 minutes long. Through an original source selection and investigation, works in this section disclose new information on the chosen topic.

Investigative Medium

For released or unreleased investigative works that are up to 27 minutes long. Through an original source selection and investigation, works in this section disclose new information on the chosen topic.

Short

For released or unreleased works that are up to 12 minutes long. The section is open to both investigative and reportage works, either aired on TV or streamed online.

Masters

For big-budget fiction or non-fiction films that report on highly topical events with an original approach and from a new point of view. This section includes both released and unreleased, serial and non-serial works that are intended to be exhibited through theatres, televisions or online media.