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The Future of Film Funding in Europe
film fund picture Petar Mitric reports on the MEDICI programme, a series of workshops on the future of public film funding in Europe. What is the future of the public film funds in Europe? Are they “a player” or “a piece” within the European film industry? What are they going to look like in ten years? What disrupts their objectives and mission? These are some of the questions the MEDICI programme tackled in a ...
Conference Report: A New European Film and Television Culture
Roderik Smits in conversation with sales agents and distributors at the MeCETES industry event at the Danish Film Institute in Copenhagen on 9 September 2015. Ib Bondebjerg reports on the New European Film and Television Culture: Trends and Challenges conference at the Danish Film Institute, Denmark, September 9, 2015. Following the successful conference last year in connection with the Ostende Film Festival in Belgium, MeCETES organised a new conference this year in Copenhagen. The venue was the Danish Film Institute (DFI) and 158 people from 13 different countries had registered for the conference – people from Denmark, ...
Conference Report: TV Series Now
TV seminar Ib Bondebjerg reports from Creative Europe Denmarks/DFI’s TV Series Now seminar at the Danish Film Institute, June 18, 2015. TV drama is often characterised as ‘the new black’, and certainly there is a strong creative industry focus on TV drama series in the contemporary European media culture. Drama series from US cable and online players have changed the television landscape, leading to a rise in quality, while Scandinavian and other European ...
Denmark Passes New Film Agreement for 2015-18
melancholia Denmark recently signed a new four agreement for the film sector. Ib Bondebjerg reports. All political parties in Denmark have agreed that Danish film shall continue making good narratives of quality. But Danish film is economically under pressure… [We] therefore give DKK 70 million extra over the next 4 years. At the same time, we send a clear messsage to the film sector: you have to develop new business models to ...
Denmark Passes New Media Policy Agreement
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Type 1|Photo ID: 74813721 In June 2014, Danish lawmakers passed a new media policy agreement for the period 2015 to 2018. Henrik Søndergaard reports on the content of the new agreement and what it means for Danish public service media. This summer Denmark has witnessed a long and unusually hard public debate about the size and scope of its public service media.
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