The Sheffield Doc/Fest Marketplace is a major funding, sales and distribution platform of match made meetings for business collaborations and to unlock UK and international market opportunities

The Marketplace comprises MeetMarket, the Alternate Realities Market, Marketplace Sessions, Sales and Distribution Summit, as well as our different Pitch Opportunities, and is open to everyone from first-time filmmakers to established talent. The Marketplace also offers Festival guidance through the Market Switchboard.

Outside of the Festival during the year, Doc/Fest offers year-round training aimed at developing your skills for the UK and international market, with initiatives including the specialist producer training Future Producer School.

We believe that no other marketplace offers the intimacy and chance for personal connections that Doc/Fest does. Every year, large numbers of deals are done in Sheffield outside of our formal events, and we'll be delighted to help you to make connections where we can.

- Patrick Hurley, Head of Marketplace & Talent

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  1. Sales & Distribution Summit 2018
    Sales & Distribution Summit 2018

    The Sales & Distribution Summit focuses on how documentaries get sold and then seen by audiences worldwide. Come to clue-up at the panels and case studies and then connect with international industry representatives at the networking sessions in the a ernoon.

  2. Doc/Dinner 2018
    Doc/Dinner 2018

    After its terrifically successful pilot last year, Doc/Dinner is back in 2018, connecting emerging talent with top industry executives from broadcast and digital platforms in a relaxed, informal setting.

  3. The Boiler Room Pitch
    The Boiler Room Pitch

    Boiler Room are commissioning at least one original documentary celebrating stories from the front line of global underground music culture.

  4. BBC Northern Docs Pitch
    BBC Northern Docs Pitch

    Doc/Fest is delighted to announce the BBC Northern Docs Pitch, which we’re hosting in partnership with the BBC for the first time.