Two MeetMarket selections for GotFat at Sheffield Doc Fest

This years MeetMarket at Sheffield Doc/Fest will feature two of GotFat’s documentaries; The House Is Still Dark and La Vida Es Un Musical. We are extremely proud to have two projects selected in this very selective and competitive field. Producer Emil Johnsen are handling all meetings on behalf of La Vida Es Un Musical, and producer Thor Hampus Bank are responsible for all meetings regarding The House Is Still Dark.

The full selection for the MeetMarket is available here:

We look forward to meeting and discussing the projects with the decision makers in June.


La Vida Es Un Musical selected for M:Brane RealYoung

We are really happy to announce that Patty Pajak’s documentary “La Vida Es Un Musical” has been selected to the pitch forum “RealYoung” at M:Brane. 

M:brane is a unique meeting place with focus solely on projects aimed at a young audience, age 3-18 years. Cinema, tv, documentaries, interactive, VR, immersive storytelling.

M:brane is a strictly B2B platform for producers with high visions, financiers, buyers, distributors and sales agents plus a number of professional observers, where they get an exclusive introduction to creative and highly innovative projects at an early stage.

Around 220 professionals from over 20 countries meets during three intensive days in a warm and friendly atmosphere in Malmö. 

Go here to see all the selections:

Two projects selected in VESTDOKS

Two of GotFat Originals projects have been selected to receive production funding in The West Danish Film Funds special initiative “VESTDOKS”. The projects are:

JÆGER (UK: Hunter)
Producer: Emil Johnsen
Director: Andreas Thaulow

PIGERNE FRA BROVST (UK: The Girls from Brovst)
Producer: Puk Lodahl Eisenhardt
Director: Anne Svejgård Lund

Both projects will be start filming immediately and is scheduled to premiere this summer. DR has first look rights.

More information:


The House Is Still Dark selected for DOC FORWARD

Felipe Roa Pilar’s amazing documentary film project, The House Is Still Dark, has been selected for the DOC FORWARD programme held by Nordisk Panorama. Being a part of this 2-part workshop will propel the project further towards production and we look forward to working with a talented group of film professionals and commissioners from the Nordic countries. First workshop is in January where Felipe will travel to Helsinki together with producer Thor Hampus Bank.

DOC FORWARD is ” a project-driven co-production workshop for emerging Nordic documentary producers and directors, with a focus on nationally established and new talent directors with ambitions to go international in partnership with both new and more established producers. The 2-part workshop will provide a network and the knowledge to work professionally within the Nordic documentary sector. The intention is to have great documentaries being developed at the workshop and secure their first Nordic/international launch. Production companies in the Nordic region, can effectively use the programme to develop new projects and introduce directors and/or producers to the Nordic documentary market and to the Nordic financiers.”

Read more about the programme here:

Deepali selected for Sheffield Meet Market

We are excited to announce that we’ll be present at Sheffield Meet Market during Sheffield Doc Fest with our documentary Deepali. It’s one of the leading pitching forums for documentaries and are looking forward to talking to both film funds and broadcasters/SVODs.