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Atlàntida Film Fest kicked off its 9th edition on 1 July. This festival made in Spain but with a strong European dimension is supported by Creative Europe MEDIA and organised by the Video-on-Demand platform Filmin, a MEDIA beneficiary. It offers an exciting programme designed around European cinema, European history and European culture with more than 100 films participating coming from 25 countries.
Selection results for the call ‘Support for European cooperation projects 2019’ – Call EACEA/34/2018 have now been published.
The ten films competing for this year’s Lux Film Prize have been revealed at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. The winner will be selected by MEPs and announced in the Strasbourg plenary on 27 November. The winning film will be subtitled in all of the EU’s 24 official languages while a special version for the visually and hearing impaired will be created as well.
This summer, European film classics will be screened in some of Europe’s most iconic cultural heritage venues. From tomorrow until the end of September, classic films from across the EU will be screened free of charge in a wide variety of venues in 13 EU countries – from small towns to capital cities – highlighting Europe’s rich and diverse cultural heritage. As part of the wider restoration and digitisation of heritage films, the event series “A Season of Classic Films” is supported by Creative Europe MEDIA programme.
On 20 June 2019, the European Audiovisual Observatory launched a new report commissioned by the European Commission with the support of the Creative Europe MEDIA programme in order to have a better understanding of the criteria of public funding to European films and audiovisual works in the EU Member States. The analysis covers over 800 schemes of public funding in the EU for pre-production, production, distribution and promotion for cinema films, TV films and series as well as other audiovisual content in order to provide the big picture of film funding criteria in Europe today.
Selection results for the call for proposals “Support for Development of Audiovisual Content – Single Project 2019 – EACEA/22/2018 – 1st deadline of 18/12/2018” have been published.
Under the supervision of the Bulgarian Supreme Prosecutor’s Office of Cassation, police officers from the Bulgarian Cybercrime Department from the General Directorate Combating Organized Crime of the Ministry of Interior carried out a joint action against five cable operators in Bulgaria (in the cities of Burgas, Kardzhali, Blagoevgrad, Dupnitsa, Kyustendil, Gotse Delchev, Sandanski and Petrich). The operation was supported by Europol’s Intellectual Property Crime Coordinated Coalition – IPC3 and the Audiovisual Anti-Piracy Alliance (AAPA).
Music Moves Europe (MME) was at MIDEM to promote the Commission’s support for the European music ecosystem.