12 Mar 2020, 4:00PM
The call was published on
19 Sep 2019
Projects which provide mechanisms for better cooperation between film education initiatives in Europe with the aim of improving the efficiency and European dimension of these initiatives and developing new and innovative projects, especially using digital tools. The target audience of the film education initiatives must be people under 19 years old.
The following overview is intended for guidance only. General information and specific guidelines can be found on the website of the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), which manages Creative Europe.
Projects that provide mechanisms:
- for better cooperation between film education initiatives in Europe with the aim to improve the efficiency and European dimension of these initiatives and to develop new and innovative projects, especially using digital tools.
- to increase the contribution that existing European films and audiovisual works, including curated catalogues of films, make towards education. The project should be based on a significant proportion (at least 50%) of European films.
Projects must start between 1 September 2020 and 1 January 2021. Costs are eligible for 24 months from the start date.
The total budget for this scheme for 2020 is estimated at €1.9 million.
The minimum amount available per project is €200,000.
The grant cannot exceed 70% of the total project budget.
The following documents must be attached to the e-Form:
- Annex 1 - Detailed project description (using the template provided)
- Annex 2 - Declaration on applicant's honour (using the template provided)
- Annex 3 - Estimated Budget and Financing Plan(using the template provided)
More details can also be found in the Guide for Applicants.
Applications from across Europe are assessed centrally by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) with assistance from industry experts working in a relevant field and according to the following award criteria:
- Relevance and European added value (30 points)
- Quality of the content and activities (40 points)
- Dissemination of project results, impact and sustainability (20 points)
- Organisation of the project team and the grouping (10 points)
More details can also be found in the Guide for Experts.