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Creative Europe Open Call for Proposals: Support for Access to Markets
20 Dec 2017 :
Creative Europe have announced a call for proposals to apply for funding to their MEDIA Sub-Programme: Support for Access to Markets.

This notice of a call for proposals is based on the Regulation No 1295/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11/12/2013 concerning the implementation of a programme of support for the European cultural and creative sector (CREATIVE EUROPE)1 and its corrigendum of the 27/06/2014.

Within the field of reinforcing the audiovisual sector's capacity, some of the priorities of the MEDIA Sub-programme are the following:

• increase the capacity of audiovisual operators to develop European audiovisual works with a potential to circulate in the Union and beyond and to facilitate European and international co-production, including with television broadcasters;

• encourage business to business exchanges by facilitating access to markets and innovative business tools enabling audiovisual operators to increase the visibility of their projects on Union and international markets.

The MEDIA Sub-programme shall provide support for:

• facilitating European and international co-productions including short films, video games, television series and cross media;

• facilitating access to professional audiovisual trade events and markets and the use of online business tools inside and outside Europe;

• facilitating the circulation of European works, including shorts, in Europe and worldwide on all platforms in all formats.

BUDGET

The total budget available is estimated at 7,5 M €.

The financial contribution of the Union cannot exceed:

- 60% of the total eligible costs of the action in case of action taking place in countries participating in the MEDIA sub-Programme;

- 80% of the total eligible costs of the action in case of action taking place in countries outside the MEDIA sub-Programme.

The Agency reserves the right not to allocate all the available funds.

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS OF APPLICATIONS

Proposals must be submitted no later than 15/02/2018 at 12.00 noon (midday Brussels time) using the online application form (eForm). No other method of submission of an application will be accepted.

Applicants shall ensure that all the documents requested and mentioned in the eForms are provided.

FULL DETAILS

The full text of the guidelines together with the application forms can be found at the following Internet address:

Applications must comply with all the terms of the guidelines and be submitted on the eForms provided.




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