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Spain / “Shooting in Spain” in Los Angeles

On November 7th and 8th Los Angeles hosted the first “Shooting in Spain” forum – an opportunity for professionals in the Spanish film industry to meet their American counter-parts. Those present included the Spanish Film Commission (SFC), the Secretary of State for Tourism (SETUR) and James Costos, former US Ambassador to Spain, as well as …

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France / Reform of public broadcasting

In recent weeks there has been much discussion in the French media about the future of public broadcasting. The word reform has been used. A project presented on September 3rd by the Minister of Culture, Franck Riester, should be adopted in January 2020. It will create a new broadcasting landscape, out of which should emerge …

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Spain / During the European Film Forum in San Sebastian, co-finance, co-production and co-distribution are all discussed

Organized in collaboration with Creative Europe MEDIA, the European Film Forum tackled various issues during the San Sebastian Festival. The main theme was “New Models of Cooperation in the Broadcasting Industry”. “We want to talk about new ways of production, financing and distribution, so that film professionals can keep developing their projects with the strongest …

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Montenegro / The Film Centre of Montenegro finances new national projects

The results of a competition for film finance, organized by the Montenegro Film Centre, have been announced. Project and script development are also assisted. In the feature section: – Ivan Marinović will receive €270,000 for Forever Hold Your Peace, produced by Adriatic Western – Draško Djurović will receive €150,000 for The Last Night in the …

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Morocco / Shooting foreign films in Morocco brings in cash

The income generated by foreign productions filming in Morocco has increased during the current year, reaching a record level of 667 million dirhams, according to the Centre cinématographique marocain (CCM). For decades Morocco has been a popular destination for film-makers and producers, thanks in particular to the diversity of its natural sites and the availability …

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Spain / The next European Film Forum will be held during the San Sebastián Festival on September 23rd

After meeting in Venice on August 31st, the European Film Forum will meet again on September 23rd in San Sebastián, in the Basque country. It will take place during the film festival at the San Telmo Museum, with discussions around the theme of “New finance and collaboration models for promoting European films”. The European Film …

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France – Italy / Venice Production Bridge. Increased support for Franco-Italian films

Created in 2013 to stimulate the artistic and technical side of Franco-Italian co-productions (which often tend to be limited to purely financial associations as laid down in the co-production treaty between the two countries), the bilateral aid fund for development put in place by the Italian Ministry of Cultural Activities (MiBAC) and the CNC takes …

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