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European strategies to boost cultural diversity

European Audiovisual Observatory Conference announced

06/04/2019

The European Audiovisual Observatory abriu o prazo de rexistro for the conferenceFilm Financing: European strategies to boost cultural diversity which is taking place on the 18th of May in Cannes. The program is asking how today’s European films are financed:

  • How is the financing of film evolving?
  • To what extent does regulation affect the current film financing structure?
  • What are the best ways to boost the diversity of cinema in Europe?

The conference is open to all Cannes 2019 Film Market, Festival and Press accreditations. Conference languages are English and French with translation available.

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