The new IRIS Plus report.
The new IRIS Plus report.
Springboard is a series of webinars by Creative Europe Desk Munich presenting European training opportunities for the audiovisual industry.
The EFF will reflect on the challenges and opportunities faced by the European audiovisual industry in the context triggered by Covid-19.
The European Film Forum in Venice took place online and addressed what can be done to foster recovery and build resilience in the European audiovisual sector.
Dreamstime, a Top 5 stock photo marketplace globally, with the most extensive customer base in the industry, and more than 450,000 contributors worldwide, is giving a 50% discount to any of the licensing plans available, and users can download images, clips, or audio ﬁles from the 143+ million image gallery with perpetual, lifetime license for educational purposes.
Join the Artist is the online platform that enables artists, practising any artistic discipline, to get in contact with their fans through DIY events, exhibitions and workshops, organized by the artists, on site or online.
A call to foster creation aimed at local cultural agents and artists so that they can continue carrying out their processes and research affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
CinEd, European Cinema Education for Youth is a European project for cinema education, co-funded by the European Union’s Creative Europe – MEDIA programme. Initiated and piloted by the Institut français, it is based on a consortium of 10 partners in 9 European countries.
An online event from June 12th to July 13th : watch films for free, from home.
It offers workshops and also collective and individual meetings with consultants and potential sponsors. The session will end with the Virtual Cannes Film Market Week. June 22-26 2020, during the online film market – Festival de Cannes.
Culturethèque offers major titles from the French press, comic strips, music albums, novels, essays on current themes (environmental issues, city-world & urban changes), self-study modules in French as a foreign language (FLE), books and comics for FLE learners (all levels), humanities articles, conferences, web documentaries and video games.
A new deal for European independent filmmaking.
FERA Statement – “Love in the Time of Corona”: Developing Health and Safety Guidelines on Set, a Directors’ Perspective
FERA held the internal webinar “Love in the time Of Corona”: Developing Health and Safety Guidelines on Set, a Directors’ Perspective on May 15 2020.
Ahead of the May 19, 2020 video conference, FERA calls on European Ministers of Culture to seek a coordinated response to the COVID-19 crisis affecting the cultural and creative sectors, and to consider a holistic approach in preserving the European audiovisual ecosystem.
The letter calls on the European Commissioner for Internal Market to regulate the tech giants; the signatories include Pedro Almodovar, Luc Dardenne, Costa Gavras and Cristian Mungiu.
In order to keep the networking spirit of the physical MEDIA stands and the sharing of good practices among stakeholders, MEDIA has decided to move its showcases online during the 2020 edition of the Marché du Film.
A call for applications in order to receive financial support.
MEDIA organises a digital public conference to discuss the current situation of the audiovisual industry and how to face the challenges post COVID-19.
VAUNET is the leading organisation for audiovisual media in Germany. The fields of business in which its 150 member companies operate are highly varied, ranging from TV and radio to internet and streaming offerings. VAUNET represents the interests of the commercial audiovisual industry, which is one of the largest business sectors in Germany. The aim of VAUNET trade association is to create acceptance for the economic concerns of audiovisual media and raise awareness of the major sociopolitical and cultural significance of this industry in the digital age.
The current situation puts many companies in an economic imbalance and especially smaller as well as local and regional offers are facing existential problems.
FSE brings together 26 screenwriters’ organisations from 21 European countries. It represents more than 7,500 professional screenwriters.
A joint call to support the ease from the impact of Covid-19 crisis on film distribution.
A European Commission initiative of cultural breaking-out for youth from Europe, Africa and the Mediterranean bringing the EUROPEAN FILM FESTIVAL on-line, ready available to the students’ houses.
A physical workshop on digital storytelling that was supposed to be held in Berlin, has been transformed into a free online workshop due to the pandemic COVID-19.
200 ideas for Vienna: 5,000 EUR for the best concepts and impetus for the lives and the city after the crisis.
The COVID-19 crisis is producing unprecedented challenges for the audiovisual sector. In response to this, governments and organisations in the sector are bringing in measures
The Union Internationale des Cinémas/International Union of Cinemas is the European grouping of cinema trade associations and key operators, covering 38 territories across the region. It aims to promote the cultural, social and economic benefits of a vibrant cinema-going culture in Europe and to provide a strong and influential voice for European cinema operators on issues of shared interest.
FERA’s focuses are the issues of major importance in the creation and promotion of audiovisual works. FERA’s mission is to enhance the recognition of the cultural significance of audiovisual works and to defend their integrity in 21st century Europe.
The European Audiovisual Observatory was set up in Strasbourg in 1992 to reply to a distinct lack of information and transparency concerning this industry. To the present day, it continues to provide a comparative European overview of the audiovisual industry in 41 different countries as well as detailed analysis of national and even regional industries.