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Amplifions ensemble l’impact des documentaires

Rien n'est plus frustrant que de vouloir aider et d'être impuissant. ShareDoc permet au public de surmonter le blues post-documentaire en agissant immédiatement et en soutenant les protagonistes ou une cause. Nous avons créé ShareDoc pour vous permettre de devenir un acteur du changement et amplifier l'impact social des documentaires. Après la projection d'un documentaire, vous pouvez désormais faire un don à un protagoniste ou à une association caritative, ou entreprendre des actions concrètes comme signer une pétition ou organiser une manifestation pour sensibiliser à une cause.

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Il s’agit désormais d’agir

Il ne s'agit pas seulement de s'attarder sur la sensibilisation. À elle seule la sensibilisation ne suffit pas. Elle ne fournit pas refuge aux millions de réfugiés qui parcourent le monde et ne contribue pas à changer le sort des 26 milliards de poulets piégés dans l'industrie alimentaire mondiale. Au mieux, la sensibilisation est un début.... La prise de conscience peut amener votre public à agir via ShareDoc : et c'est précisément cette action qui contribuera à changer la vie de vos protagonistes.


The Distant Barking of Dogs

A House Made of Splinters


Notes on Displacement

Leaving to Remain

As I Was Looking Above, I Could See Myself Underneath

Our Daily Bread

FINITE: The Climate of Change


The Doggies

Lotus Sports Club

WANIBIK (the people who live in front of their land)

Holding Up The Sky

My Name is Happy

Becoming A Black Woman


Inside Kabul

Daughters of the sun


This Stolen Country of Mine

Fragments of Resilience


The Homes We Carry

In the Shadow of Beirut

A Golden Life

India's 1st Best Trans Model Agency

Arna's Children

King Lear: how we looked for love during the war


Mambar Pierrette

Vrouwen de Baas

1001 Days

The Caravan


Life is Beautiful - Al Haya Helwa

Boxeo Havana Social Club

A Free Daughter (of a Free Kyrgyzstan)

Who, if not us?The Fight for Democracy in Belarus

Nice Ladies


Mexican Dream

Everything Needs to Live


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With our easy QR code system, featured in the credits, everyone can easily donate or take action.

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ShareDoc festival events



ShareDoc @ Docs Barcelona 2024

2 mai 2024


10 mai 2024



Movies that Matter

22 mars 2024


30 mars 2024



FIFDH 2024

10 mars 2024


12 mars 2024




8 nov. 2023


19 nov. 2023




23 oct. 2023


30 oct. 2023



Nordisk Panorama

21 sept. 2023


26 sept. 2023



IDFA Special

19 sept. 2023


19 sept. 2023



DOCS Ireland

20 juin 2023


25 juin 2023



Sheffield DocFest

14 juin 2023


19 juin 2023




3 mai 2023


14 mai 2023



One World

22 mars 2023


4 avr. 2023




16 mars 2023


26 mars 2023




20 janv. 2023


28 janv. 2023

ShareDoc News

Meeting with Anne-Marie Borsboom, founder of ShareDOC

18 mars 2024

Nordisk Panorama shines a spotlight on ground-breaking tool for documentarians ShareDoc

26 sept. 2023

Interview by Davide Abbatescianni, Cineuropa

On 25 September, Malmö’s Scandic Triangeln hosted a panel that delved into the opportunities brought about by the ground-breaking impact platform ShareDoc, including a case study focusing on the award-winning documentary A House Made of Splinters by Simon Lereng Wilmont. The discussion, moderated by Sini Hormio, of DocPoint – Helsinki Documentary Film Festival, was part of the industry talks organised by Nordisk Panorama (21-26 September) and saw the participation of Final Cut for Real producer Maria Kristensen together with ShareDoc founder and filmmaker Anne-Marie Borsboom.

Daughters of the Sun selected for Gouden Kalf Nominations @ Nederlands Filmfestival

11 sept. 2023

The portrayed Yazidi women were barely teenagers when Islamic State soldiers kidnapped them and inducted them as (sex) slaves. By now many have returned. Dramatist Hussein helps them resettle in the community they were brutally snatched away from.

Motherland @ Sharedoc

6 juin 2023

On Tuesday, September 19, IDFA will screen the Swedish-Ukranian-Norwegian documentary film Motherland, by filmmakers Hanna Badziaka and Alexander Mihalkovich. The Dutch premiere of the film will take place during the 36th edition of IDFA (November 8 to 19, 2023) with the filmmakers in attendance.

Hot Docs Changing Face of Europe: The Homes We Carry by Brenda Akele Jorde

2 mai 2023

Interview by Geoffrey Macnab, Business Doc Europe

It’s a badly neglected episode in recent German history. Before the Berlin Wall came down, thousands of Mozambicans travelled to the GDR to work and study. Many started families. Both countries were socialist and they seemed like natural allies. But then, after reunification, the contract workers discovered they were no longer wanted or needed in the new Germany. Impoverished and without any chance of work, they were forced to head back to Africa, often leaving wives and children behind them. They had been very badly exploited.

Industry Report: Documentary

23 mars 2023

Interview by Valerio Caruso, Cineuropa

Anne Marie Borsboom, the founder of ShareDoc, breaks down her tool designed to bridge the gap between documentary lovers and immediate action, enabling viewers to support protagonists
and drive social impact.

The Impact of sharing

14 mars 2023

14 March 2023 by Nick Cunningham - Business Doc Europe

Founder Anne Marie Borsboom explains to Business Doc Europe how her ShareDoc initiative is designed for doc-watchers “with a philanthropic mindset.” By scanning a QR code at the end of a screening audiences can donate directly to the protagonists whose lives they have just observed. Or if not financially, then they can engage in impact activity in other ways, such as by forming a petition, Borsboom suggests, or arranging a protest or even simply communicating their support (via the film’s producer).

Nous en sommes convaincus : ShareDoc a le potentiel de changer des vies

At CPH:DOX, we were impressed by the spirit and determination of Share Doc to further the efforts of filmmakers and their work, and provide concrete support for film characters and issues they fight for- or with. It is essential that civil society and film collaborate in their role of "change agents” in the society. ShareDoc is an excellent tool to advocate for social, cultural, political and legal change around documentary films.

Tereza Simikova Head of Industry CPH:DOX 2023

While we as documentary makers are not allowed to reimburse our characters, Share Doc has ensured that our Daughters of the Sun have received a wonderful contribution for their efforts. I also noticed that the film audience that attended the Q&As really enjoyed to be able to do something concrete for the Yazidi women after watching the film.

Reber Dosky, Filmmaker

Here is why we believe our platform can be a success and disrupt the film industry! Watching a heavy documentary is one thing, but leaving it helpless after watching does not make me happy. If I were satisfied and able to act, I would go to this type of film more often.' ShareDoc’s mission is critical. As a film festival, we aim to collaborate with the platform for several reasons. Mainly, the project has the potential to become a single platform continually working with impact and with specific human-rights documentaries, which are the core of our festival programming strategy.

Organizer Festival One World

The audience can be more willing to visit specific documentaries if they can be involved instead of being reduced to passivity. The more festivals engage with ShareDoc, the greater the possibility of a united industry that encourages dialogue between the audience, filmmakers, protagonists, and festival representatives. ShareDoc and film festivals could work together to encourage the rise of an engaged audience willing to go beyond the film experience and engage in broader social changes.

Ondřej Kamenický, Director One World

I believe ShareDoc can lead to more satisfied audiences at our film festival and significant changes for the protagonists. It would change our image from being an information-oriented and discussion-oriented festival to an action-oriented festival. It is innovative as there are no similar initiatives only focused on the documentary industry.

Eric van de Giessen, Former International Support Manager at Movies that Matter

For us as producers, the ShareDoc concept is fantastic. We often get the question: "How can we help this person in your film?" And here we actually have an answer, where the protagonists themselves can receive direct donations. The logistics are manageable, and most importantly: We always have a feeling that we are collaborating with an organisation that has its heart in the right place.

Maria Kristensen, Producer Final Cut for Real

As a documentry filmmaker I sometimes asked myself – does my job still have sense in this world, overloaded with video material and documentaries of any kind?
Are festivals, red carpets and prizes really my goal? No.

Anastasia Vinokurova, Filmmaker

The ShareDoc idea was for me an insight. Making documentaries to create a real social impact – that sounds good! ShareDoc makes it possible on very direct way.
Thanks to ShareDoc I found a new motivation to continue working on documentary film, looking for stories and protagonists, who are making this world better and need help on it.

Anastasia Vinokurova, Filmmaker

I wanted to say HUGE THANKS for your idea and platform! I think we did it well.

Ruslan Fedotow, Filmmaker Away

ShareDoc is a fantastic initiative and resource for documentary filmmakers, and we were honoured to have the ShareDoc team at our festival to meet with documentarians from the island of Ireland.
We hope to continue to develop our relationship in the coming years!

Roisín Geraghty / Head of Industry & Marketplace DOCS IRELAND

ShareDoc is a simple and great tool that can benefit many protagonists and also film teams to create impact in an efficient way.

Sini Hormio Filmmaker, Impact Producer, Impact trainer

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