This Way Up is the UK film exhibition innovation conference that promises to inspire and enlighten, provoke and challenge. It is an annual event to connect and share.
Last September, a new edition of the CICAE’S ACAM (Art Cinema = Action+Management) training for professionals working in the art-house exhibition industry took place in its usual idyllic hub in the Venetian lagoon, the Island of San Servolo. An extraordinary edition of the training program though, adapted to the challenges of the Covid-19.
29 Jan 2021
Last week the European Commission adopted an Action Plan to support the recovery and transformation of the media and audiovisual sector.
10 Dec 2020
Creative Europe supports the development of prototypes for narrative-led video games that demonstrate a high level of ambition in terms of innovation, cultural diversity, gameplay, user experience and artistic expression. The aim of the support is to improve the competitiveness of the European video games industry by increasing its capacity to develop works with a high circulation potential, both in the EU and beyond.
10 Dec 2020
The latest results for the Call for Proposals EACEA 17/2019 – 2nd deadline, Development of Audiovisual Content – Single Project, have been published with 71 projects awarded grants totalling €2,925,000.
In total, 487 applications from 34 countries were submitted with 71 funded, making an overall success rate of 15%. France received the highest overall amount of funding totalling €525,000 distributed over 14 projects. In total, 12 animation projects, 21 documentaries and 38 fiction projects have been selected.
13 Nov 2020
The latest results from the second round of the 2020 TV Programming scheme (Call EACEA/20/2019) have been published and include two awards for UK production companies Eye Present and Brook Lapping Productions. The objective of the scheme is to support the production of European television programmes with the potential to circulate within the European Union and beyond.
13 Nov 2020
Creative Europe Desk - Northern Ireland is proud to be supporting a session with Production Designer and Art Director Szymon Biernacki who will discuss his award winning film Klaus, Netflix's first feature animation.