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European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new free report on the circulation of European films in cinemas, on TV and VoD
European films are crossing borders in cinemas, on television and on VOD in Europe. This is the conclusion of our latest report.
European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new free IRIS Special report!
It’s high time to be reminded that national laws within Europe contain provisions to protect journalists and their work: the so-called “media privilege”. The European Audiovisual Observatory has just analysed the protection of media privilege for journalists offered by national law within Europe.
European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new free IRIS Plus report!
Europe’s film and TV archives are treasure chests of our audiovisual memory. But what does the regulatory framework around depositing audiovisual works in Europe’s archives actually stipulate?
European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new free analysis
The Observatory has launched the up-date of its “Circulation of European films” report in time for the Berlinale. It analyses the performance of European films over a five-year period (2012 – 2016)
European Audiovisual Observatory releases first estimates for European cinema attendance in 2017
On the occasion of the 68th Berlin International Film Festival the European Audiovisual Observatory releases its first estimates for European cinema attendance in 2017.
Creators in Europe’s Screen Sectors – Sketching Present and Future Challenges - 7 June 2022
The European cinema sector - diverging paths? - 20 May 2023
FOCUS 2023: Key Trends in the Film Sector - 19 May 2023