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Launched in November 2011 with the support of the European Union and the Rhône-Alpes region, Eurasiadoc seeks to create a propitious environment to documentary co-productions in Eurasia’s vast geographical space and to bring out the views of authors from Eurasian societies. The goal is to create a professional and human network capable of accelerating the development of a fair economy of creative documentary.

First implemented in the countries of the Caucasus, Central Asia and Russia from 2012 to 2014, Eurasiadoc then concentrates around Armenia, Georgia and Turkey. The program now aims to extend again its actions to a wider Eurasian area.

Each year, Eurasiadoc implements:

– 3 workshops dedicated to the writing and development of creative documentary film projects.

– The Coproduction Meetings, with a view to initiating the production of these films via a network of Eurasia-Europe partnerships. The films put into production with the partner TV channels are then brought together in the “Lumière d’Eurasie” collection, coordinated by the Lumière du monde association.

Since its creation, Eurasiadoc has allowed the production of some fifty films. Several of them have been selected and awarded prizes at major European and Eurasian festivals (IDFA, Visions du réel in Nyon, Dok Leipzig, etc.). This dynamic led to the creation of several local structures, among others a Documentary Master’s degree launched in Kazakhstan in 2014, which became regular partners of the program.



M. Frédéric VIOLEAU
3 place de l’Église
07 170 – Lussas, France
Tel : +33 4 75 37 93 51
Courriel : eurasiadoc(at)