Congress will uncover why NASA’s New Horizons fly-by of Pluto took the world by storm.
The popular Little Gems session is looking for outstanding projects for the 2015 Congress.
Four UK-based science professionals will have the chance to attend the 2015 Congress.
Up-and-coming producers can access a range of support to attend the 2015 Congress.
Bookings at the 2015 host hotel, the stunning InterContinental Vienna, are now open.
The WCSFP welcomes Discovery Networks International’s Phil Craig and France 2’s Fabrice Puchault.
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A place, astoundingly, where the shows as well as the deals get discussed, where clarity can strike at any moment, as different cultures, approaches and people collide in a global fest of chattering, arguing, selling and getting together.— Jane Root, CEO, Nutopia
If you’re interested in trends and excellence in factual programming then the World Congress of Science and Factual Producers is the must-attend event of the year. The sessions and the people are inspiring, and along the way you can make connections to bring your project to fruition.— Michael Kot, , Saloon Media
It’s exhilarating, refreshing and addictive. I’ve been there as an Independent and a Broadcaster, and it’s always the most essential and exciting TV event in my calendar.— Joseph Maxwell, Commissioning Editor, Documentaries (History and Science), Special Broadcasting Service (SBS)
Congress is the industry highlight of the year – the best opportunity to stay ahead of documentary trends, renew contacts with friends and colleagues as well as refresh and rejuvenate the mind with stimulating content and social events.— Paul Lewis, President and General Manager, Discovery
There are a zillion markets, conferences and events that we could all attend – but WCSFP is the one that I always find myself genuinely looking forward to more and more each year.— Sarah Davies, Vice President of Development, Factual Programming, Discovery Networks International
There is nowhere better to meet up with your major international co-producers in one hit, whether it’s to talk future passion projects or catch up with the surprise hit or trend in other territories.— Kim Shillinglaw, Channel Controller, BBC2 and BBC4