Sabine Bubeck-Paaz is the Head of Studies of the training initiative European Social Documentary (ESoDoc) organized by the ZeLIG School for Documentary, Television and New Media in Bolzano, Italy. ZeLIG School for Documentary, Television and New Media runs a three-year vocational training in documentary filmmaking with specializations in directing, cinematography and editing. Since 2004, ZeLIG runs the annual workshop, ESoDoc, supported by the Creative Europe
Programme. ESoDoc is a training initiative for media professionals and “cross-thinkers” who want to develop new storytelling skills, putting together different expertises, to develop projects with a social impact. Sabine is also a commissioning editor at ZDF for various documentary slots on ARTE, the European Culture Channel. Lately, she has been involved in the Oscar nominated international co-productions – “The Act of Killing”, “The Look of Silence” and “Claude Lanzmann – Spectres of the Shoah”. Her involvement in other award winning documentaries and cross-media productions include “Drone”, “Netwars”, “Ingrid Bergman – in her own words”, “The Queen of Silence”, and “Sugar Coated” to name a few. Sabine has now been participating in many international pitching and training workshops as a tutor.