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05.14.2014

Open Invitation : Cineuropa

A White Card on Cinema in Europe was launched by the Forum d’Avignon, in partnership with Cineuropa, the first European portal dedicated to cinema and the audiovisual sector in 4 languages.

To give a comprehensive overview of what are the major issues at stake for the European film industry, this year’s White Card ranges from professional organisation at the European level to an analysis of today’s fiscal policies, passing through copyright, culture in the EU external relations and how to produce films in a greener way.

 

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Cinema and Europe

In a world that changes hastily, European cinema today has to face many challenges... READ

 

 

 

Preparatory action on culture in EU external relations

After the European Parliament decided to develop a strategy on culture in EU external relations... READ

 

 

María Iglesias • KEA European Affairs

A report on contractual arrangements applicable to creators has been developed for the European Parliament. Cineuropa met up with María Iglesias, one of the authors, in order to discuss her findings. READ

 

 

 

 

How to adapt fiscal policies applying to cultural and audio-visual goods in the digital era?

European fiscal policies applying to cultural and audio-visual goods and services in the digital era have been discussed by the European Coalitions for Cultural Diversity during a conference at the European Parliament on 11th February 2014. READ

 

Daphné Kapfer • Europa International

Sustainable approaches, initiatives and projects to film production. READ

 

 

 

 

Industry Report: Green Film Shooting

Sustainable approaches, initiatives and projects to film production. READ