"We are proud to be partnering on such fantastic initiatives." Rebecca Lichtenfeld, Bertha Philanthropies
"Experts in collaboration, innovation and rapid prototyping." Cara Mertes, Ford Foundation
"BRITDOC are at the forefront of international documentary development. From Ping Pong to Virunga they have pioneered new ways of engaging with audiences" Patrick Holland, BBC
The BRITDOC Foundation & BRITDOC Charitable Trust,
50 Frith St,
London, W1D 4SQ
20 Jay Street,
Suite 1008, Brooklyn,
Doc Academy Coordinator
Good Pitch Producer
Director of Impact & Partnerships
Doc Academy Manager
Nicole van Schaik
Head of Production
We are free to choose who we work with and how we do it. This independence means we always uphold creative, journalistic and personal integrity.
We don’t interfere with the creative process, we support it. We are the friend of the filmmaker and the film always comes first.
We have seen the greatest impact through collaboration. As such, we share what we learn and create best practice with our partners.
We are consciously and constantly evolving – because tomorrow needs new ideas. For us, problems are an opportunity for change.
We take documentaries seriously, but not ourselves.
We love what we do and we want to work with people who feel the same way.