Image from set of Peaky Blinders in Yorkshire

Browse our new EU funding database

Did you know that Creative Europe is not the only EU fund to offer support to the creative and cultural sectors?

Many cultural, creative and audiovisual projects have received support through other European Union programmes ranging from funds that focus on research and innovation through to those dedicated to regional development and employment. 

We have created a searchable database of these ‘other EU funds’, complete with case studies and advice about who to get in touch with for more information. The next time you are looking to finance a project, take a minute to see if any of the funds meet your project’s needs.

For more detail on the funding opportunities available, visit our Other EU Funding pages.

Need some inspiration?

Browse through our collection of cultural and audiovisual projects supported through European Union programmes including:

  • The Yorkshire Content Fund received support through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) which contributed to the production of 35 film and TV projects inclduing Peaky Blinders, Swallows and Amazons and Pulp: A Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets.
  • The Interreg-supported Honeycomb - Creative Works brought together partners in Northern Ireland, the six border counties of the Republic of Ireland and the western seaboard of Scotland to deliver skills and training for the creative sectors.
  • The Welsh-led SEE Platform received Interreg funding to create a bank of evidence to support public authorities in integrating design into their mainstream practice.

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Image: On set of the BBC2 series Peaky Blinders, shot in Yorkshire with funding from from the EU-supported Yorkshire Content Fund.