We already know the titles of the projects which qualified for this year's edition of Hot Docs Forum. Among the productions, which will be shown in Canada, there is the project by Ana Brzezińska, "The Future of Forever."

This year's edition of the Hot Docs festival takes part from 26 April to 6 May. Within the frames of the festival, a number of industry events will be held, one of which is Hot Docs Forum, which will last two days: May 1 and 2. The forum is the meeting place for producers, commissioning editors, buyers, financing institutions, representatives of film funds and other professionals dealing with documentary film. The producers have the chance to present projects which are at various stages of film-making and find co-producers and sources of financing. Every year, Hot Docs Forum is visited by approximately two hundred representatives of television channels, funds and film festivals from Europe, Asia and the Americas. During two days of the Forum, they have the opportunity to watch presentations of over a dozen selected projects. Each presentation lasts 15 minutes, 7 minutes out of which is are for the people representing the project, whereas the remaining 7 minutes - for the answer of the decision-making people.

This year, over 250 projects were submitted to Hot Docs Forum, however, 20 productions from 18 countries of the world, including Poland, qualified for the participation in the event. During Hot Docs Forum, the project of the co-production "The Future of Forever," directed by Ana Brzezińska, will be shown. The film’s producer is Unlimited Film Operations Sp. z o.o. (Poland).

The project "The Future of Forever" has already been shown at Cross Video Days, Leipzig Networking Days and East Doc Platform.

Last years, the projects "War Watchers" by Vita Maria Drygas, "Over the limits" by Marta Prus, "Reporter" by Magdalena Szymków or "Rocket Man," produced by Fundacja Moma Film and  the company Digital Sputnik, were presented during the pitching.

The full list of qualified projects can be found on the website of Hot Docs Forum.