The 13th of March may become a major turning point in European construction and a scandalous one.
That was the day the European Commission, under the leadership of Commissionner Karel de Gucht, decided to trample on the cultural exception and adopted a draft negotiation mandate that includes audiovisual and film services into the EU-US trade discussions to start this summer.
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Additional to the regular financing support from FFF Bayern, the Bavarian Government approved a special program for the financing of international co-productions of theatrical films with an annual volume of 3.000.000€ in 2013/2014.
The first promotion campaign of our Multi Platform Business School (MPBS) course, will take place in Ronda, Málaga, from August 5th to 09th, 2013.
MPBS is a project-based, tutorial and consultation driven course, which focuses on the business aspects of creating cross-platform content.
This programme can be very useful for the professionals in the film industry who want to know more about to address the gap in relation to crossmedia production and business practices, and to maximise the IP value in their projects.
The deadline for applications is June 28th.
Deadline for feedback on Cinema Communication extended as EU plans criticised by almost 70 European film funds.
The European film industry has been given an additional four weeks – until June 28 - to submit its views about the European Commission’s proposed Cinema Communication on state support measures for the film industry.
Cross Video Days is a two-day event where content meets technology.
It will take place in Paris, on June, 18-19 and will bring together the main international players in the audiovisual and crossmedia industry.