Sunny Side of the Doc 2016

20 - 23 June, 2016

After 26 years, Sunny Side of the Doc has become a major international marketplace for documentaries and a base for 300 commissioners and high-level buyers, 120 distributors and a total of 2,000 professionals from around 60 countries.

We are delighted to present just a few of the Australian companies at Sunny Side of the Doc 2016:

ABC Commercial

Electric Pictures

Faraway Productions

Fred Media

KP Production

OSP Films

Sea Dog TV International

Verge Whitford & Co

Wildbear Entertainment

For a bigger picture view of what’s happening in the Australian docs world and the many compelling projects in the marketplace, take a look at these projects:

A Cold War

Feature Documentary

Aussie Gold

Documentary Series


Feature Documentary

Black As

Online Series


Feature Documentary

Cast From The Storm

Feature Documentary

China’s Deep Dive: Riding The Ocean Dragon (working title)

Feature Documentary

Defiant Lives

Feature Documentary

Destination Arnold

Feature Documentary

Hanson (working title)

Feature Documentary

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