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New edition of the European Audiovisual Observatory’s KEY TRENDS now available for free on line
Key Trends our yearly digest of what’s hot in European media: TV, film and VOD. The Observatory outlines the big picture of the European audiovisual sector with this very readable round-up of the key data from Observatory research. The authors drill down into recent trends and hot issues.
Film financing – European strategies to boost cultural diversity
The conference will look at the following themes: how are today’s European films financed? Who are the new financial players? How does public policy channel money into film funds and financing mechanisms? How is the structure of film financing in Europe changing?
The European Audiovisual Observatory and the European Film Agencies Research Network (EFARN) have just launched a new database of film industry research and statistics which can be freely consulted on line.
European Audiovisual Observatory releases new report commissioned by the EFADs
Europe has been making great efforts to boost its TV and film content in European markets since the late eighties. Almost 30 years on, a range of measures exists to help. The Observatory has released a mapping report comparing measures aimed at promoting European film and TV programmes in Europe.
On the occasion of the 69th Berlin International Film Festival the Observatory releases its first estimates for European cinema attendance in 2018. After three years of above average levels, the Observatory estimates that total admissions in the EU decreased by 3.0% to 955 million tickets sold.
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