Sector: Audiovisual - Film, TV & radio

Stories / Good practices

The Czech theatre streaming platform trying to save an industry

The new Czech streaming service by the name of Dramox, presents some of the best theatre productions Czechia has to offer. In doing so, the platform aims to give back to the struggling industry, while providing Czech theatre goers with a much-needed fix, and maybe even bring over some new, younger fans.

Events

Europa Cinemas in Ireland – New Audience Strategies

In light of the ongoing covid restrictions in Ireland, the webinar will have a look at how independent cinemas aligned with the Europa Cinema network are coping with interrupted schedules and reduced audience numbers.

Cooperation opportunities

Join the Artist

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.

Cinema education

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.

Stories / Good practices

Virtual pavillon Les Cinémas du monde

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.

Tools & Resources

The Culturethèque digital library

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.

Organisations and initiatives

VAUNET

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.