For four days, more than 600 delegates converge on Adelaide for the Australian International Documentary Conference (AIDC). They explore ideas, share experiences, showcase work, make deals and be inspired.
AIDC is a key international industry event, held annually (Feb - March). Established in 1987, AIDC has grown from a local biennial conference with a few international guests into a significant yearly event on the international documentary calendar.
The conference offers the full range of participants in the factual film and broadcasting industry the opportunity to meet, network and be exposed to the most absorbing work being done in Australia and overseas.
Screening Room: Australian International Documentary Conference Executive Director, Joost den Hartog and Manager, Ruth Cross, talk about documentaries, the AIDC and The Screening Room program at the Mercury Cinema in Adelaide.
AIDC is the pre-eminent industry gathering for factual content creators, broadcasters and screen agencies in the Asia Pacific region, attracting national and international delegates to South Australia for an exciting and unique conference offering fresh ideas and experiences.
AIDC is the sole Australian documentary conference with a national profile. A prominent documentary event on the international calendar, consistently attracting key figures from the international documentary industry.
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