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1001 GRAMS 2015 LES FILMS DU LOSANGE Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 99 600

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Sortie le 11 mars 2015 du film 1001 grammes de Bent Hamer : "Lorsque Marie, une scientifique norvégienne, assiste à un séminaire sur le poids réel du kilo à Paris, c’est son propre étalon de la déception, du chagrin, et surtout de l’amour, qui se retrouve sur la balance.". Fiche MFDB : http://mfdb.eu/en/film-1001_grams_c85666

20000 DAYS ON EARTH 2014 CARLOTTA FILMS SARL Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 45 700

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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33è Festival Cinéma d’Alès Itinérances 2014 ASSOCIATION FESTIVAL CINEMA D'ALES Europe créative MEDIA Festival

Financement Européen Obtenu : 55 000

Région : Languedoc-Roussillon

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Created in 1983, the Alès Film Festival takes place in Alès, an industrial city of the South of France and the capital of the Cévennes, near Nîmes and Montpellier. Since Aki Kaurismäki came in 1993, the festival has been named ‘Itinérances’, and the recurring theme of wanderings can be found in major thematic retrospectives. An international selection of unreleased features and previews, a short films competition, several tribute screenings, ciné-concerts (silent movies accompanied by live music), as well as programs dedicated to young audiences punctuate the festival every year.The 33rd Alès Film Festival – Itinérances will take place from March 20th to March 29th 2015 and will combine fictions, documentaries, and animated movies as well as heritage films and discovery. The event will try to compensate for the lack of broadcasting and, thanks to a voluntarist pricing policy, it will also try to raise the awareness of the highest number of spectators to an audiovisual scheduling of quality and will screen European movies (for the most part) while developing an ambitious film education policy (more than 16000 students from more than 120 schools came to the festival in 2014).Once again, the festival will schedule more than 230 movies and more than 47000 spectators are expected in 2015

44° Festival international du film de la Rochelle 2016 Festival international du film de la Rochelle Europe créative MEDIA Festival

Financement Européen Obtenu : 63 000 €

Région : Poitou-Charentes

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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A bigger Splash 2016 Studio Canal Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 125 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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ACE CO-PRODUCTION LABS IN HONG KONG 2015 ASSOCIATION ATELIERS DU CINEMA EUROPEEN Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 72419

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Le CO-PRODUCTION LAB A HONG KONG est un atelier de projets sélectif de 4 jours, qui réunit des professionnels européens et chinois à Hong Kong.
Le CO-PRODUCTION LAB A HONG KONG vise à développer les possibilités de coopération artistique et financière entre 10 producteurs chinois (Chine continentale, Taiwan, Singapour, Hong Kong) et 5 producteurs européens. Ces 15 producteurs sélectionnés seront accompagnés par un groupe d’experts et de décideurs. ACE les aideras à mieux comprendre les spécificités culturelles et les pratiques professionnelles des deux industries chinoise et européenne, et à rencontrer des partenaires.

ACM- Distribution 2014 CENTRE NATIONAL DU CINEMA ET DE L IMAGE ANIMEE Europe créative MEDIA Fonds de Coproduction Internationale

Financement Européen Obtenu : 400 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Avec le soutien du programme Europe Créative- MEDIA de la Commission européenne, le CNC va doter l’Aide aux Cinémas du Monde (ACM), dispositif co-géré par le CNC et l’Institut français, d’un nouveau volet dédié à la distribution internationale des films soutenus à la production.
Baptisé ACM Distribution, ce nouveau dispositif, sélectionné par l’agence du programme Europe Créative dans le cadre de l’appel à propositions sur les fonds de coproductions internationales lancé en décembre 2014, a pour objectif de favoriser la circulation en Europe et dans le monde des coproductions internationales issues du catalogue de films soutenus par l’ACM, impliquant un partenaire extra-européen.
Ce nouveau soutien sélectif sera ouvert à des sociétés européennes qui proposeront des stratégies de distribution et de promotion internationales innovantes d’un ou plusieurs films ACM sur au moins 3 territoires, dont un territoire européen (hors France) et un territoire extra-européen.

Aide à la traduction Albin michel 2014-2015 2014 ALBIN MICHEL Europe créative Culture Traduction littéraire

Financement Européen Obtenu : 49 999,96 EUR

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

The support of Europe Creative would enhance, with the publication of three novels chosen for their literary and political scope, the circulation of a demanding European literature in a context of financial uncertainty. In each of the three works we are submitting, a different vision of Europe and the world is presented. The works are translated from the Italian, the German and the Hungarian : through the feuilletonesque stories of four characters, Les Folles Espérances presents us with Italy and Europe during the rise of European nations in the nineteenth century ; Ransmayr's Atlas is a litterary masterpiece and a eulogy, by a passionate European author and traveler, to the dialogue between world cultures. Finally, the novel Erositö by the great Hungarian thinker of Europe, Sándor Márai, whose humanist work Albin Michel has been supporting since it was rediscovered in the 90's, makes a case against Inquisition and for tolerance.

Aide à la traduction Gaia 2015 2015 GAIA EDITIONS Europe créative Culture Traduction littéraire

Financement Européen Obtenu : 100 000,00 EUR

Région : Aquitaine

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Our 2015-2017 project falls within our approach in publishing a high quality literature dedicated to a large audience, and opening French readers to other cultural and sociological aspects.We go further in publishing Nordic authors with 3 new novels : Jonas Gardell, a Swedish writer, and Ola Bauer and Monica Kristensen, both Norwegian.In this project we will go on discovering literatures from the Baltic countries, with a Latvian author, Janis Jonevs, and his first novel awarded by the 2014 European literary prize, and exploring Balkan Europe with a Montenegrian writer, Ognjen Spahic, and his short story collection, awarded by the 2014 European literary prize too.Among these five writers, we are honoured to have already published three of them, and honoured to begin with two of them, in our still renewed policy of openness and our approach in disseminating European literature.

ALTER CITIES 2015 Trajectoires Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 169 956 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Culture et territoire

Le résumé du projet sera publié dès qu'il sera en ligne sur le site de la commission européenne…

Partners : 2 -> Associazione Culturale Ti con Zero didattica per gioco (Italie), RS Su Yapim Tasarim Organizasyon Hismetleri Dis Tic. Limited Sirketi (Turquey)

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AMOUR FOU 2014 JOUR2FETE Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 64 400

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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An Orchestra Network for Europe – ONE is more 2014 Orchestre de Picardie Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 1 997 528,15 EUR

Région : Picardie

Secteur : Création

Focusing on addressing the specific issues of the classical music sector, ONE® – An Orchestra Network for Europe has designed a new cooperation project to set more intercultural dialogue in motion and extend artistic reach across borders.From July 2015 to March 2019, in line with the objectives and priorities of the Creative Europe programme, ONE® is more will implement a larger scale cooperation project where, in keeping with its eponymous name, classical music opens up to digital technologies, interacts with visual arts and graphic design to support the intangible heritage of tomorrow. A larger network of eight partners including seven classical symphony orchestras and one university for the creative arts will develop more innovative and interdisciplinary classical music experiences for larger audiences across Europe: Orchestre de Picardie (FR), Jenaer Philharmonie (DE), Slovak Sinfonietta Žilina (SK), Filharmonia Śląska im. Henryka Mikołaja Góreckiego (PL), RTV Slovenija Symphony Orchestra (SI), Filharmonie Bohuslav Martinů Philharmonic (CZ), New Symphony Orchestra (BG) and the University for the Creative Arts (UK). For the implementation of 39 main activities of the project the partners will rely on the contribution of 22 associated organisations from European countries and 2 third countries (China – Mexico).This comprehensive project aims more specifically at providing long-term responses to offer more sustainable pre-professional and lifelong music training, diversify the concert format and increase the visibility of the classical music sector. In addition to the best practices in terms of transnational artist mobility, circulation of repertoire and support to career development, ONE® is more will put special emphasis on pre-professional training, research and development, innovative approaches to audiences, interactive communication tools, advocacy and assessment of the project results.

PARTENAIRES : 7 -> République Tchèque, Pologne, Bulgarie, Allemagne, Slovénie, Slovaquie, Royaume-Uni.

DUREE : 45 MOIS

Archidoc 2014 ECOLE NATIONALE SUP METIER IMAGE ET SON Europe créative MEDIA Formation

Financement Européen Obtenu : 60 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Archidoc is a European archive based film development workshop set up by La Fémis.It aims at European directors and their producers. Archidoc helps participants to be better partners for European broadcasters and distributors, thanks to a more accurate knowledge of their content and programming outlines and of their constraints.The participants learn to present an original, mature and competitive project, and to situate it within the international documentary film market. They are encouraged and trained to highlight the specificity of European filmmaking, by giving value to its tradition and its reputation.The workshop also encourages the directors to position themselves within the European documentary cinema, by becoming part of international professional networks. The producers of the developed projects beneficiate of production and broadcasting strategy counseling. Archidoc is organised in 4 residential sessions of 2 – 6 days, tutored by experienced filmmakers, producers and experts. The sessions take place in Amsterdam (during IDFA), in Nyon (during Visions du réel) and in Paris. During those sessions, participants fine-tune, analyse and rewrite their film project and prepare a professional file (note of intent, synopsis, treatment, visual trailer). They also learn how to anticipate production issues arising from the use of archival footage. Along with their producers, they are helped in establishing professional contact with international coproducers and broadcasters by presenting them their projects in a public pitching sessions. Archidoc working language in English.In 10 years, 35 Archidoc developed films have been produced, broadcast all over Europe and beyond, and, for many of them, awarded.

ARRAS FILM FESTIVAL 2014 PLAN-SEQUENCE ASSOCIATION Europe créative MEDIA Festival

Financement Européen Obtenu : 41 000 €

Région : Nord-Pas-de-Calais

Secteur : Industries culturelles

The 15th Arras Film Festival will take place between 7 and 16 November 2014. Focusing in particular on European cinema, this international event will screen over 100 feature films attended by a wealth of guests. Almost 35,000 spectators are expected over this ten-day period, there to discover a rich selection of new releases, sneak previews and classics, all screened in a convivial and celebratory atmosphere. The spotlight will focus in particular on European cinema and its talents in the competition, reserved for non-national fiction features screened for the first time in France and without a distributor, and also in the Visions of the East and Discoveries section. In these sections, priority will be given to films from Northern and Eastern Europe. All the directors will be invited. The awarded will receive grants, in particular to promote their distribution on French territory. 23,000 Euros will be on offer. So it is that the Festival constitutes a must-attend for film professionals with unique and innovative initiatives such as ArrasDays which help European producers and directors to develop their future projects. 150 French and Belgian cinema operators will gather in Arras for three days, during which time they will have the opportunity to discover new films and meet the distributors. The 2014 edition will also offer 40 sneak previews in the presence of the film-making teams, tributes to the great names in cinema and two thematic retrospectives (The Great War on Screen, Italianamerican) in addition to a special programme for children. It will promote the creation of new audiences for cinema, in particular through its awareness-raising, education and training activities. Fifty or so round tables, masterclasses and debates will accompany the screenings, together with introductory workshops on cinema techniques. The event will be extended across ten towns thanks to the Festival Off outreach programme which will offer sneak previews of works by European filmmakers.

ART CINEMA = ACTION + MANAGEMENT 2014 CONFEDERATION INTERNATIONALE DES CINEMAS D'ART ET D'ESSAI ASSOCIATION Europe créative MEDIA Formation

Financement Européen Obtenu : 145 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Art Cinema = Action + Management is a residential training course conceived for art house cinema exhibitors and professionals (cinema managers, oprators, programmers). It will take place on the campus-island of San Servolo, in Venice, Italy. The training course happens at the same time as the Mostra del Cinema (Venice International Film Festival), partner of the training. It will bring together 31 trainers, 2 festivals and 50 participants coming from around 20 nationalities, for a 7-day programme of lectures, case studies, workshops, screenings and debates on art house cinema exhibition. The training will be simoutaneously translated in 4 languages (French, English, German, Italian). The training is divided in two sessions: Juniors (at least one year experience in art house cinema exhibition) and Executives (at least 5 years experience in cinema exhibition ans/or audiovisual sector).Art Cinema = Action + Management is the only international training course built for and addressed to art house cinema exhibitors and professionals worldwide, programmers and operators of arthouse cinema theatres; exhibitors willing to turn their cinema into arthouse or open an arthouse cinema theatre; institutionals and other professionals willing to understand and develop the arthouse exhibition. The training is supported by the Province of Venice, The Italian Ministry of Culture/Film Board; from FFA, the Federal German Film Board; from CNC - Centre National de la Cinématographie and several other public and private bodies coming from the film industry. Since 2004 Art Cinema = Action + Management trained around 600 professionals of art house cinema exhibition coming from all over Europe.

ART KILLERS 2014 RAPPI PRODUCTIONS Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Projet Isolé

Financement Européen Obtenu : 25 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

The Art Killers, or people who destroy art, serve as a premise to analyze and discover the extraordinary effects of art on people and our society. In an enlightening and fascinating way, the movie will uncover the facts behind these acts and how destruction can come in so many unexpected ways, sometimes even as a way of creation for some artists.

Fiche MFDB : http://www.mfdb.eu/en/film-art_killers_c86672

Artecitya 2014 Apollonia Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 2 000 000 EUR

Région : Alsace

Secteur : Création

The project Artecity looks into the question of our urban environment. How is it perceived by us ? What role can play the culture in view of  the citizens’ involvement in these transformation processes in the public space ? Eight European partners from artistic, architectural and  new technologies’ field will work together during  four years in view of proposing a set of activities which enable a concrete answer to these problems.  The cycle Metapolis completed by a tender for European projects among artists and architects, will propose practical applications and concrete answers on the ground through the creation and in close collaboration with the citizens in the areas where we will intervene. The cycle Urbanities will complete the experience gained through a theoretical approach aiming at taking stock of the European initiatives carried out as participative art. Training sessions, exchange of expertise going to the cultural professional actors and those to be trained, we wish that the multidisciplinary approach of the project Aretecitya will prove beneficial not only for the professionals but also the general public who will thus take advantage of a diversified cultural approach. Similarly three innovating projects on the financial independence of artistic projects developed in relation with the public space will be developed and supported during four years in view of the sustainability of the project Artecitya. During four years, artists, architects, sociologists, citizens will be working and acting together in order to rethink, re-invest and re-invent the towns of tomorrow.

PARTENAIRES : 9 > France, Pologne, Allemagne(2), République Tchèque (2), Chypre, Slovénie.

Arts’R’Public – Euro-Mediterranean laboratory for arts in public spaces 2014 EUROCIRCLE Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 183 794 €

Région : PACA

Secteur : Création

Arts'R'Public is an Euro-Mediterranean laboratory for arts in public spaces, designed in a dual approach, crossing networks and strengthening international careers of emerging artists with central dimension for the development and integration of new audiences in their artistic projects. Around a partnership consisting of professionals of arts in public spaces from four twinned cities (Marseille, Hamburg, Marrakech and Genoa), 16 international artists will participate in a path punctuated by training, mediation, design and development of personal artistic projects. Over the steps, they will have the opportunity to acquire specific skills to create in public spaces and experiment new approaches to engage young NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training) in their projects. During art workshops conducted in priority areas, they will explore with these young specificities of arts in public spaces and get prepared for the crossed residences. Each partner will host an intercultural collective composed of 4 artists and 8 young Moroccan, German, French and Italian for the production of a creation that will be presented in an international of street arts festival, in an urban area and a rural area where the cultural offer is rare. From these experiences, the artists will draft a personal project that takes into account the interaction with the public far from the cultural offer. For the final event of Arts'R'Public, their projects will be presented to a panel of professionals from the artistic and creative sectors. A seminar and conference will capitalize the results and the topics of Arts'R'Public for the emergence of new contributions and ideas to develop and engage new audiences, train new generations of creators in public spaces and to develop artistic exchanges in the Euro-Mediterranean zone.

PARTENAIRES : 2 -> Italie, Allemagne

DUREE : 24 MOIS

ASIAN SIDE OF THE DOC 2014 DOC-SERVICES Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 140 000

Région : Poitou-Charentes

Secteur : Industries culturelles

6th and 7th ASIAN SIDE OF THE DOC (2015 / 2016) – 5 days of Documentary Market and Co-production Forum in Asia: the project is the direct continuation of the previous editions of Asian Side of the Doc that have been held in Honk Kong, Seoul, Tokyo, Kuala Lumpur and Chengdu. It started as an international coproduction forum mainly focused on European-Asian exchanges (but not exclusively), and added an exhibition and sales activity from 2013. The 6th and 7th editions will definitely pursue in this lane, and our will is now to settle Asian Side in Wuhan, China. It has been an undeniable necessity to have Asian Side travelling throughout Asia at first, in order to come and meet the different factual communities on their own ground, and get them inside the dynamic we were building, the emergence of a factual exchanges market (pre-buys, sales, copros) IN Asia, with the Europeans in priority, and with the rest of the world. This phase is now done and the market is mature. We could have continued to hold Asian Side in different Asian countries (eg Singapore, Vietnam…), but since the last edition in China the evidence rose: the Chinese market is the central one around which the other Asian markets will gravitate. And the time is now. The spectrum of opportunities on the Chinese market is extremely wide, and the European talents and “savoir-faire” are highly sought-after. The last editions of Asian Side were booming, and the Asian professionals, after 3 years of an observational attitude, are getting active on buys, pre-buys and co-productions with foreign partners on a much extended basis.We will keep the format we have developed and experienced, and make it grow in numbers; in two years’ time we expect to gather nearly 800 to 900 attendees on more that 2000m² exhibition area; and in 5 years’ time, we think the market will reach over 1000 participants on 3000m² exhibition area.

AT THE HEART OF ROBOTS 2014 ILLEGITIME DEFENSE Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 60 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Human history is at a turning point.The distance between mankind and machines has never been so narrow. We and they are so close in fact that doubts are being cast as to what it is to be human. Mankind's future is being played out now. What if robots could make us immortal?We are on the verge of a humanoid revolution. These robots with a human face are ever more efficient; they walk, see, hear and speak. They look more and more like us and are nearly ready to enter our homes and lives. In ten years, predict the roboticists, androids will belong to our daily lives just as personal computers do now. What about us? Are we ready to welcome them?This revolution concerns us all. Max Aguilera-Hellweg, a photographer, physician, artist and scientist, travels the world to tell us about it. From Vermont to Japan, from New York to Osaka, he is a unique, front-line witness. He visits cutting-edge research centres and will act as guide in our film, At the Heart of Robots, an account of this scientific and artistic quest.

ATELIER LUDWIGSBURG-PARIS 2014 ECOLE NATIONALE SUP METIER IMAGE ET SON Europe créative MEDIA Formation

Financement Européen Obtenu : 130 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

The Atelier Ludwigsburg-Paris is a one-year postgraduate training programme for young European film producers and distributors. The Atelier Ludwigsburg-Paris, run jointly by the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg and La fémis in Paris, aims to - convey comprehensive knowledge about the European film industry, focusing on script and project development, financing, production, distribution and marketing. The programme has a strong practical slant.- set up and develop a network of young European producers.- establish contacts in the European film industry.- awaken curiosity and enthusiasm for the French and German language, culture and mindset.

Ateliers d’Angers 2014 ASSOCIATION PREMIERS PLANS Europe créative MEDIA Formation

Financement Européen Obtenu : 30 000 €

Région : Pays-de-la-Loire

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Created in 2005, The Angers Workshops are directed toward young European filmmakers with one or two short films to their credit and a first feature film in the works. During 8 days, they will be taught by recognized professionals from the world of cinema.The Workshops will offer them:- Screenings and analyses of film from the past and present. - Training with established filmmakers and technicians who will bring to the classroom their professional experience and methods.- Development of their personal project under the guidance of the attending instructors, with emphasis on specific questions concerning directing, working with actors, production...- Development of their networking with the main actors of the european film industry. The working day will be structured into four activities:1. Screening of a film chosen and presented by a guest instructor.2. Masterclass by directors, technicians and film professionnals, elaborate on a specific aspect of their filmography.3. Private interviews: The young filmmakers will be able to engage the expertise of the instructors to answer specific questions concerning their first feature film projects.4. Professionnal meeting and networking: by offering them private interviews, the young filmmakers will have the opportunity to enlarge their network, in the creation, production and diffusion area. The objective of the training is to allow the participants to develop, to carry out and to enhance the value of their first feature film project.Encouraged by the successful outcome of several projects, Premiers Plans wish to continue and develop its training action, with one edition a year for 2015 and 2016, thanks to the support of the Creative Europe program. We will initiate in 2015 and 2016 a new and more dynamic approach, in collaboration with the film industry, in order to strengthen the two strategic axes of our proposal :- Developping screenplays- Promoting and supporting projects on professional and audience

BECOMING CARY GRANT 2016 YUZU PRODUCTIONS Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 65 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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BIOLOGIE 2.0 2014 LA COMPAGNIE DES TAXI-BROUSSE Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 185 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

A new genesis is under way. After the dramatic advances in genomics, 21st century biology is also heading for a revolution : moving into the era of synthesis.Its ways and means : making evolution evolve, synthesizing genes, building genomes… decrytping, encrypting and re-encrypting the very building blocks of life, DNA, and manipulating them like simple Lego bricks, programming them, like mechanical parts… That is the challenge that lies ahead.Its objectives : conceiving and constructing living factories to produce chemical molecules, inventing new forms of life, to transform the world and to provide responses to health,energy and data issues… The revolution concerning our knowledge of a living-being’s most intimate workings, the revolution in computer power, the revolution in working on a nanoscopic scale… all these converge towards this new revolution ; that of synthetic biology. The consequences are huge, and the potential applications are promising. From the production of energy to new bio-materials, via the environment and medicine, synthetic biology could usher in an era of greater efficiency, cheaper costs and lower pollution.Biology 2.0 is a series to discover what nature would never have made and what man is in the process of creating. A journey beyond the new frontier of ‘life’, a fantastic revolution for some, a deeply orrying Pandora’s box for others…This documentary series, in the form of road-movies, takes us to the heart of this new world, to see its discoveries, its questions, its promises and realisations. It also provides a unique opportunity to examine and evaluate what new issues and stakes it raises for science, and the means and motivations of the 21st scientists behind it.

 

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BONAPARTE, LA CAMPAGNE D’EGYPTE, UNE AVENTURE SCIENTIFIQUE 2016 ZED Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 200 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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CAPITULATIONS 2015 Roche Productions SARL Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 120 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

SURRENDER will recount the final episodes of World War II and the first steps into a new world emerging from Christmas 1944 to summer 1945.Between chaotic times and new hopes, stories of everyday experiences will be told by ordinary men and women, civilians and soldiers, caught up in these defining moments.

Catalogue de projets 2014 SUPERPROD Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Catalogue de projets

Financement Européen Obtenu : 200 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Catalogue de projets 2014 ALFAMA FILMS PRODUCTION Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 180 000,00

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2014 ARCHIPEL 35 SAS Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 140 000,00

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2015 BRIO FILMS SARL Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 150 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2015 CC ET C CLARKE COSTELLE ET CIE Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 115 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2014 CDP SARL Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 160 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2015 CINEMA DEFACTO Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 159 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2015 CYBER GROUP STUDIOS Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 180 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2014 DHARAMSALA SARL Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 145 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2015 ELZEVIR & CIE Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 115 591

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2015 EX NIHILO Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 187 182

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2015 FOLIMAGE STUDIO SARL Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 200 000

Région : Rhône-Alpes

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2014 GAUMONT SA Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 180 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2015 GLORIA FILMS PRODUCTION Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 190 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2014 LES FILMS D'ICI SAS Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 195 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2015 LES FILMS DU POISSON SARL Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 200 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2015 LES FILMS DU TAMBOUR DE SOIE Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 75 000

Région : PACA

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2014 LES FILMS GRAIN DE SABLE Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 109 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2014 LES PRODUCTIONS DU LAGON SARL Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 125 000

Région : PACA

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2014 MAHA PRODUCTIONS Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 150 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2015 MONA LISA PRODUCTION Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 105 000

Région : Rhône-Alpes

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2015 NORD-OUEST FILMS Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 200 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2015 PAN-EUROPEENNE SAS Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 200 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2014 PUMPERNICKEL FILMS Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 115 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2015 SAINT THOMAS PRODUCTIONS Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 75 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2015 SLOT MACHINE SARL Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 195 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2015 STUDIO 100 ANIMATION SAS Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 200 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2015 XILAM ANIMATION Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 200 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2014 ZADIG PRODUCTIONS Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 150 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Catalogue de projets 2015 ZED ZOOETHNOLOGICAL DOCUMENTARIES SAS Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Slate Funding

Financement Européen Obtenu : 130 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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CHÔROS 2014 Image Aiguë Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 96 000 EUR

Région : Rhône-Alpes

Secteur : Création

Partners of the Chôros project intend to foster cultural, theatre, exchanges between cities from the centre and the periphery of Europe, in a view to participate to european integration and reduce territorial imbalance in cultural participation both locally and on a global level. As a priority, the platform would cover 4 different regions where partners are located : Western-Europe (France, Portugal), the Balkans (Bosnia-Herzegovina), Caucasus (Georgia), North-Africa (Morocco), so as to balance the distance with the European theatre sector. Based on the expression of common democratic values, the Chôros project will contribute at producing, creating, exchanging, performing arts creations with a particular European dimension addressing common societal issues (social inclusion and democratic participation, migrations from neighbour and far countries, ageing and co-operation between generations, employment and new relations to work).Activities are artistic, pedagogic and capacity building activities, co-conceived and organised by partners in Porto, Sarajevo, Casablanca, Tbilissi and Lyon : - Workshops at school or for specific groups (transmission/education)- “The Walking Man”, performance in dialogue with the audience.- Public Laboratories, making together- Capacity Building Workshop

PARTENAIRES : 4 -> Georgie, Bosnie Herzégovine, Portugal, Maroc

DUREE : 15 mois

CINANDO 2016 SOCIETE DE GESTION D'OPERATIONS COMMERCIALES POUR LE FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 150 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

CINANDO 2014 SOCIETE DE GESTION D'OPERATIONS COMMERCIALES POUR LE FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 150 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Cinando was launched by the Marché du Film - Festival de Cannes in 2003 as the complete database of the attendees at Cannes. Since then, it has become the premier network for film professionals offering an ample gateway into the film industry: contacts, films, projects in development, screening schedules during major film markets, full features available for screening. Cinando currently exists in three languages: English, Spanish and Chinese. Along with the filters to narrow down the research and tools to prepare for film markets, Cinando offers all the members services to promote films online as well as a large network to communicate with their peers. Thanks to the partnerships with various festivals and markets taking place all over the year Cinando provides its members with the access to the complete list of attendees, films and screening schedules at such major events as Sundance, Berlin EFM, Honk Kong Filmart, Marché du Film, Toronto, Busan, AFM and Ventana Sur. The same complete market information can also be found on Cinando Androïd and iPhone Apps. Cinando is more than just a database, it is also a Screening Room, a secure place to upload, screen and share films and trailers online. Cinando teamed up with several other databases and organizations in order to provide its members with additional information about companies and films. Cinando community grows every day.

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CinEd, European Cinema Education for Youth 2015 INSTITUT FRANCAIS EPIC Europe créative MEDIA Développement de l'audience

Financement Européen Obtenu : 260 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

CinEd - European Cinema Education for Youth (working title) is a European initiative to improve and expand cinema education for young people aged 6 to 19 and above in Europe. Led by the Institut français (IF), it brings together partners from 7 countries - France, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic - committed to film education.

The initiative will, via a digital platform, make a catalogue of European films (fiction/animation/ documentary/ recent, heritage films) and associated educational resources available to teachers/educators and as many young people as possible in those and all other EU countries. CinEd’s public film screenings and educational activities will educate youth audiences in European films, focusing on cinema as an art form and educating the ‘eyes’ of young people: i.e. developing skills for understanding and critically watching films, analysing and appreciating film content, cinematography and technical aspects. This will in turn contribute to development of the European film industry.

Created by IF in 2011, the digital platform IFcinéma has been tried-and-tested in proposing a catalogue of French films abroad for not-for-profit public screenings to wider audiences, including, since 2014, a French film literacy section. CinEd will now adapt and apply the platform as a mechanism for development of European film literacy initiatives in Europe, focusing on European cinema education for a diverse European youth audience. Based on partners’ collective experience/skills, CinEd will, collaboratively, select and promote films from European countries which have exceptional artistic qualities and cross-cultural resonance, as well as do training, produce educational resources, facilitate peer-learning and other activities in a holistic approach.

The European-specific platform and the partners’ combined skills will enhance cinema education and produce educational materials and training with a European dimension devised for the target audience. The activities will be completed within 1 year. Thereafter, the selected films and teaching resources, together with the teachers/educators trained, will continue to be available and working. Additional partners/countries will be invited to join CinEd in following years.

CIRCOSTRADA NETWORK – European Hub for circus and outdoor arts 2014 HORS LES MURS Europe créative Culture Réseau

Financement Européen Obtenu : 118 905 EUR

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Création

Until today, Circostrada Network has prioritised formal and informal networking, peer learning between members, advocacy for the recognition of the sector etc. It remains crucial to work on dissemination of quality information to all professionals who contribute to the growth of circus and outdoor arts activities.However the new challenges of today require creativity with purpose : to improve the prospectives, to transform the practices, to nurture inspiration from new models for sustainable development and competitiveness based on cooperation. The 3-years project has the following objectives: - Adaptation to a changing world by helping cultural players to develop innovative solutions- Adaptation to global economy and strengthening the competitiveness by learning from the business world- Develop long term economic models to sustain interculturalism, cultural and artistic diversity- Develop the access to culture for all and promote innovative audience development projects- Reinforce professional integration - Develop international cooperationAll actions developed rely on thematic working groups : audience development, innovation, trans-territories, crossbreed skills, advocacy, observation. These topics will be deployed on a long timescale by the implementation of cross-cutting module of actions : studies activities, international cooperation activities, gathering and structuring activities, transversal activities, creative workshops and seminars, advocacy activities, tools and productions.The activites detailed in the application are:CS HUBBLE, The CS audience Databank, #Europe@WORLD, #WORLD@Europe, CS General Meetings, CS focus meetings, Off the record sessions, CS Summer University, General Secretariat meeting, The CSLab, Fresh circus, Fresh Street, Audience workshops, R&D workshops, Training Seminars, ECOC, Public policy makers, Collaborative Website, Digital tools, Digital publications

Cross Channel Film Lab Training Programme 2014 LE GROUPE OUEST Europe créative MEDIA Formation

Financement Européen Obtenu : 95 500 €

Région : Bretagne

Secteur : Industries culturelles

The objective of the Cross Channel Film Lab training programme is to support brave, original and imaginative use of visual effects and/or Stereo 3D in low to medium budget feature films.The unique foundation of the Cross Channel Film Lab training programme is its recognition of the need to intervene as early as possible in the process of writing and developing projects, with the input of new imaging technologies experts (digital visual effects (VFX) and stereo 3D) who come to brainstorm with writers and directors. To this end, the training combines traditional learning opportunities (case studies, seminars) with hands-on training, group and individual project mentoring, and peer learning. It offers a blended learning approach, with online material providing an opportunity to revisit past sessions, and to generate online discussion and community with a wider group of industry participants.The training programme aims to support 24 filmmakers directly and 24 filmmakers virtually via live online Open Sessions. Applicants will be invited to apply as writer-director-producer teams or as individuals. One four-day workshop will be set in France (Brittany), and one three-day workshop will be set in UK (Cornwall) over an eight-month period, with virtual consultancy sessions taking place in between.

Cross Video Days 2016 MOBILEVENT Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 51 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Cross Video Days 2015 MOBILEVENT Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 51 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Cross Video Days Content Market is a strategic place to co-finance, co-produce, and distribute innovative, interactive, multi-platforms, cross-media and transmedia A/V projects in development. CVD Content Market is the most important call for transmedia and cross-media A/V projects in Europe. In 2013, we received 350 projects from 34 countries. CVD Content Market is aimed at all the actors on the value chain: projects holders (A/V cross-media producers and creators), commissioners and experts (co-producers, broadcasters, distributors, Film Commissions, Clusters and Producers networks) and new comers in the A/V industry (brands, web agencies, web platforms and IT start-ups).CVD Content Market offers several opportunities for participants: help them meet and create synergies among different professional fields who have to combine and work on innovative digital A/V projects, develop collaboration opportunities and contribute building up an effective digital economic environment for A/V industry. This major market place also leads the professionals attending to identify new business models like crowd funding, brand content, freemium strategies and online advertising and revenue sharing, as well as understand the industry new trends and narrative, technological and business challenges and learn from online editorial strategies of traditional broadcasters and news comers.Last but not least, the producers and commissioners have the great opportunity to share best practices from European case studies from producers selected during previous editions of CVD Content Market.

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Cross Video Days Content Market 2014 MOBILEVENT Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 51 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Cross Video Days Content Market is a strategic place to co-finance, co-produce, and distribute innovative, interactive, multi-platforms, cross-media and transmedia A/V projects in development. CVD Content Market is the most important call for transmedia and cross-media A/V projects in Europe. In 2013, we received 350 projects from 34 countries. CVD Content Market is aimed at all the actors on the value chain: projects holders (A/V cross-media producers and creators), commissioners and experts (co-producers, broadcasters, distributors, Film Commissions, Clusters and Producers networks) and new comers in the A/V industry (brands, web agencies, web platforms and IT start-ups).CVD Content Market offers several opportunities for participants: help them meet and create synergies among different professional fields who have to combine and work on innovative digital A/V projects, develop collaboration opportunities and contribute building up an effective digital economic environment for A/V industry. This major market place also leads the professionals attending to identify new business models like crowd funding, brand content, freemium strategies and online advertising and revenue sharing, as well as understand the industry new trends and narrative, technological and business challenges and learn from online editorial strategies of traditional broadcasters and news comers.Last but not least, the producers and commissioners have the great opportunity to share best practices from European case studies from producers selected during previous editions of CVD Content Market.

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Cultural Hybridation In Common 2015 Communauté d'Agglomération Plaine Commune Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 200 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Culture et territoire

Le résumé du projet sera publié dès qu'il sera en ligne sur le site de la commission européenne…

Partners : 6 -> Associació Cultural Conservas (Espagne), Association Minga (France), Cité de l'Architecture et du Patrimoine (France), Liepajas pilsetas pasvaldibas iestade Kulturas parvalde (Latvia), Museo dei Bambini Societa Cooperativa Sociale Onlus (Italia), Syntonie asbl (Belgium)

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DANCING MUSEUM 2014 LA BRIQUETERIE Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 200 000 EUR

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Création

Dancing Museums is a partnership between five European dance organisations (La Briqueterie - Centre de développement chorégraphique du Val de Marne (FR), Comune di Bassano del Grappa (IT), D.ID Dance Identity (AT), Dansateliers (NL), Siobhan Davies Dance (UK) and the education departments of eight local museums. The project is a shared research in which the dance organisations in each city, the museums’ education departments and eleven artists will form “clusters” to define and implement new strategies for audience development, participation and dialogue via the interaction between dance and arts, learning from each other as the project progresses. The starting point is the work of Old Masters and the focus is on new technologies, new ways of learning and the sharing of practice and experiences. The dialogue between experts from fine art, and the dance and video makers will use the museums to draw the public’s attention to dance in its contemporary form and to bring to the public the universality of dance as a communicative form. Whilst working with the art experts, the artistic team will foster new forms of perception through the inhabiting of art spaces. In turn this will give new landscapes for dance to inhabit. The research will be opened up by means of choreographic guided tours for targeted groups, scheduled animations of selected parts of the collections, new forms of participatory workshops, audiovisual outputs and a web platform for artists and the public. A series of thematic seminars will be organised on focused themes of relevance and interest, such as ‘digitalisation’, ‘accessibility’ and ‘interdisciplinary dialogue’. Participative performative events will be produced at the end of the project, where the protagonists are the artists as well as the public, therefore creating an environment which blurs the boundaries between spectator and maker.

PARTENAIRES : 4 ->  Italie, Royaume-Uni, Pays-Bas, Autriche

DUREE : 24 mois

DAS GROSSE MUSEUM 2015 JOUR2FETE Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 35 700

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Sortie le 4 mars 2015 du film Le Grand Musée de Johannes Holzhausen : "Le Grand musée pose un regard curieux et plein d'humour sur les coulisses de l'un des plus grand musées au monde, le Musée de l'Histoire de l'Art à Vienne. A l'occasion de la rénovation d'une aile du musée, le film nous plonge au coeur de cette institution colossale, et nous fait partager l'intimité de ses employés. Directeur général, conservateurs, équipes de nettoyage, manutentionnaires ou historiens d'art, tous passionnés et passionnants, nous entraînent dans leur quotidien, au service des oeuvres.". Fiche MFDB : http://mfdb.eu/en/film-das_groae_museum__das_grosse_museum_c86985

Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 UGC DISTRIBUTION Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 22 889 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 AD VITAM Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 67 396 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 ARP SAS Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 236 358 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 BAC FILMS DISTRIBUTION Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 105 280 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 BELLISSIMA FILMS Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 92 929 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 BODEGA FILMS Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 187 296 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 CONDOR ENTERTAINMENT Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 180 664 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 Diaphana Distribution Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 80 815 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 DISTRIB FILMS SAS Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 23 532 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 EPICENTRE FILMS Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 20 445 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 EUROZOOM Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 17 522 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 GEBEKA FILMS Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 150 022 €

Région : Rhône-Alpes

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 HAUT ET COURT DISTRIBUTION SARL Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 73 259 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 ID UNLIMITED SARL Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 53 651 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 JOUR2FETE Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 164 821 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 KMBO Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 28 399 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 LE PACTE Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 228 296 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 LES FILMS DU LOSANGE Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 78 771 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 LES FILMS DU PREAU SARL Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 17 060 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 METROPOLITAN FILMEXPORT SAS Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 93 032 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 PATHE DISTRIBUTION Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 465 643 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 Pretty Pictures Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 19 442 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 PYRAMIDE SA Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 181 223 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 REZO FILMS Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 99 847 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 SHELLAC Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 70 558 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 SOPHIE DULAC DISTRIBUTION SARL Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 195 357 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 SOPHIE DULAC DISTRIBUTION SARL Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 195 357 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 STUDIOCANAL Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 341 435 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Déclaration des entrées 2013 2014 WILD SIDE FILMS Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Automatique

Financement Européen Obtenu : 350 896 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Despot Housewives (ex « Lady Dictator ») 2014 DAY FOR NIGHT PRODUCTIONS Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 190 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

For the first time ever, the world's most notorious First Ladies, facing national or international justice, agreed to participate to an exclusive documentary series that steps into the lives of these controversial women of the Arab Revolutions. "Despot Housewives" (ex "Lady Dictator") examines the power, responsibility and consequences of their roles as spouses of the world's most notorious heads of states.Each episode (5x52’) is a guiding document about one of the five groups of Dictator spouses, presented in the form of a card game :Episode 1: The Klepto-LadiesEpisode 2: Crownless QueensEpisode 3: The AmbitiousEpisode 4: Cooks of terrorEpisode 5: Red EmpressesEach episode runs like a deciphering of history and not like an inquiry. It would be presented through the point of view of dictator’s spouses and thus bring a whole new light upon history. Their testimonies will be confronted by relatives but also by opponents (victims of regimes, lawyers, experts) to bring the real facts to the light. A narration will help us contextualise characters and understand the deciphering of history.Each episode turns on a central character - representative of this category of Dictator Spouses - who agreed to open their doors. We will enter her new life, her time of glory, her exile and her own version of the facts. Historical references standing for sub characters will punctuate the episode. Besides the central character, we have then a character that makes news and has a lot in common with the main one. Finally, each episode will end on the upcoming generation : one or several dictators spouses and current First Ladies that have similarities with central character.

 

Partner :

ELVIRA GEPPERT (DE)

DEUX JOURS, UNE NUIT 2014 DIAPHANA DISTRIBUTION Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 150 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Duels 2014 The Game Bakers Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Jeu vidéo

Financement Européen Obtenu : 150 000

Région : Rhône-Alpes

Secteur : Jeu vidéo

Duels is an action / adventure videogame for PC and console, for a release Q3 2015.In Duels you play The Soul, breaking free from an eternity in prison, confronting a series of formidable guardians in deadly one-on one fights to recover his freedom. But on your journey to the free world, you will start to question the price of freedom.With outstanding character design from Takashi Okazaki, vibrant art style and unique universe, an innovative mix of Sword fight and Shoot them up game play, and a top execution, Duels is aiming to stand out from the crowd and become one of the must play indie titles of 2015.SYNOPSISDetained by mysterious jailers, you get knockdown each time you try to escape. After an eternity of tentatives, a mysterious ally gives you the weapons that allow you to defeat the guardian of your cell. From there starts a journey towards freedom, where you will have to fight several guardians, each of them defending a locked gate. If the first guardians brutally trying to get you to stay behind the walls, make your fight a justified fight of survival at first, you get faced along the way by guardians whose motivations seem as righteous as yours and fill your journey to freedom with questions.On your way to the exit of this jail-world, you are warned by the mysterious Narrator several time: the journey will be your doom and the doom for everyone else.Each arena, each duel, adds in to the puzzle or why you were detained. And when you reach the last door, the door to the outside you are faced with the ultimate decision: will you cross the door to the risk of destroying the free world or will you abandon what you have been fighting for and stay behind the - now open - gates?Please have a look at Duels_presentation.pdf for more details about the project.

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Ecouter le monde 2015 France Médias Monde Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 200 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Création

Le résumé du projet sera publié dès qu'il sera en ligne sur le site de la commission européenne…

Partners : -> 2 : Bruxelles Nous Appartient (Belgium), Conservatoire di Musica Benedetto Marcello di Venezia (Italia)

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eeemerging, Emerging European Ensembles Project 2014 Association Art et Musique d'Ambronay Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 1 971 374 EUR

Région : Rhône-Alpes

Secteur : Création

eeemerging’ is a contraction of three very significant words: Emerging European Ensembles. This innovative European collaboration project is the fruit of work by the eight co-organisers: Ambronay Cultural Encounter Centre (leader), the Bucharest National University of Music, The Göttingen International Handel Festival, Ars Ramovš in Ljubljana, Ghislieri Musica in Pavia, Riga Early Music Centre, the audiovisual production company Ozango in Strasbourg and the York National Centre for Early Music. Together they have observed that artistic excellence alone is not enough to forge a career in early music, a field which is disparate and unevenly developed in Europe. The process put in place by the eeemerging project will allow young emerging ensembles to learn about the particular features of the international market as well as showcasing their artistic excellence and the quality of their common European musical heritage – sometimes known, more often misunderstood or even unknown. To achieve this, eeemerging will select each year the most promising European ensembles and offer them specialist training tailored to their needs. It will offer them residencies in Europe for a maximum of three years, and assist in their international dissemination through concerts or digital products. Finally, it will promote them through the production of audiovisual products and the creation of digital sites and platforms. The two best ensembles from each cycle will be given the opportunity to make their first professional recording.  The co-organisers and the emerging ensembles will benefit from numerous international partnerships (located in Beirut, Bruges, Brussels, Cuenca, Fehérvárcsurgó, The Hague, Lyon, Paris, Porto, Malta, Naples, Reims, Royaumont, Split etc.) and from the support of three renowned universities (Belgrade, Lyon and Valencia) who are responsible for the assessment of the project.

PARTENAIRES : 7 -> France (1), Allemagne, Royaume-Uni , Slovénie, Roumanie, Italie, Lituanie.

Egypt’s Modern Pharaohs 2014 BIG SISTER SARL Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 183800

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

On January 25th 1952, downtown Cairo was burnt to the ground, the mobs demanded the departure of British colonial rule and called for “bread, freedom and social justice”. 59 years later, on the exact same day, the same anger was displayed and the same slogans brandished - this time against Egypt’s elected President. For 6 decades, Egypt’s post-colonial leaders forged a system that harnessed military and religious powers, struck a delicate balance in foreign relations and muzzled a complacent civil society. What led the docile Egyptians to mass revolt? How did the hopes of Independence turn into an oppressive system crushing its own people? Egypt’s Modern Pharaohs follows the trajectory of the rise and fall of the post colonial state- seen through the Egyptian prism- it will recount vivid moments weaving four major themes: The Army, The Moslem Brotherhood, International relations and the role of civil society. The story takes the spectators on a journey into the heart of Egypt’s rich modern history. Through specific events both national and international we will get to know the inside story of Egypt’s leaders and their entourage, identify with its people and understand the geopolitics and the national politics that made the 2011 revolution inevitable. This story will provide the tools to decipher the current upheavals in Egypt and in the region as a whole.

ELCONUM : Elaboration collaborative d’une collection patrimoniale numérique thématisée : les archives européennes d’architecture algérienne 2014 INHA - CNRS Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 199 999,80 EUR

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Patrimoine

The aim of ELCONUM is to improve access to European works of art by creating an interface between scholars, cultural spheres and the general public, through the use of information technologies. To that end, the project proposes to focus on archival holdings and to develop a new model of collaborative production and dissemination of thematic digital resources. The scope of the study is the archival material on Algerian architecture kept in France, Italy and Spain, as the topic concentrates a number of issues calling for a cultural partnership at European level: the relevant sources are scattered among many institutions, they document buildings still extant in Algeria and as such represent an exceptional repository of knwoledge useful for the conservation and restoration initiatives of tangible heritage in Algeria that are currently supported by the European Commission. Such specific example only represents but one of the many applications that the workflow and tools developed by ELCONUM could have; at a later stage, they could include further European collections or target material related to other geographic areas. In order to stimulate public concern and ensure the sustainability of the digital thematic collection foreseen, the partners of the project, belonging to French, Italian and Spanish cultural institutions, will experiment a working method that intends to be both collaborative, creative and sustainable. The thematic collection built by scholars using material identified in national holdings will be open for crowdsourcing to people willing to enrich the data made available online or share private sources, while photographers will bring their own artistic eye on the buildings still preserved on site. In its second phase, the project will work at sharing and exploiting the enhanced thematic collection through innovative digital products in the field of art and architecture publishing : a virtual exhibition and ebook.

PARTENAIRES : 3 ->France (1), Espagne, Italie

DUREE : 24 MOIS

EN CHANCE TIL 2014 KMBO Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 64 400

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Sortie le 13 janvier 2016 du film Une seconde chance de Susanne Bier : "Andreas et Simon sont policiers et amis mais vivent des vies bien différentes. Alors qu'Andreas vit une vie simple avec sa femme et son fils, Simon, qui vient de divorcer, passe la plus grande partie de son temps au bar local. Mais tout va changer quand le duo va être appelé pour une dispute entre un couple de junkies. Andreas trouve dans l'appartement le bébé du couple et se retrouve face à un dilemme...". Fiche MFDB : http://mfdb.eu/en/film-en_chance_til_c86437

EN DUVA SATT PA EN GREN OCH FUNDERADE PA TILLVARON 2015 LES FILMS DU LOSANGE Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 99 600

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Sortie le 29 avril 2015 du film Un pigeon perché sur une branche philosophait sur l’existence de Roy Andersson : "Sam et Jonathan, deux marchands ambulants de farces et attrapes, nous entraînent dans une promenade kaléidoscopique à travers la destinée humaine. C’est un voyage qui révèle l’humour et la tragédie cachés en nous, la grandeur de la vie, ainsi que l’extrême fragilité de l’humanité…". Fiche MFDB : http://mfdb.eu/en/film-en_duva_satt_pa_en_gren_och_funderade_pa_tillvaron_c85842

ENJ – Europe Jazz Network 2014 ENJ – Europe Jazz Network Europe créative Culture Réseau

Financement Européen Obtenu : 248 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Création

Europe Jazz Network (EJN) is a Europe-wide association of producers, presenters and supporting organisations who specialise in creative music, contemporary jazz and improvised music created from a distinctly European perspective.The membership includes 98 organisations (Festivals, clubs and concert venues, independent promoters, national organisations) in 30 countries. EJN projects offer a platform to members and others helping them to professionalise their practice and operate inter/trans-nationally testing new business and management models. They include 15 specific activities:Conferences/seminars/workshops will be organized to discuss and develop the connection between music and migration and sustainability. Starting from artistic projects and helped by experts, professionals will share expertise on how to develop artistic projects involving several partners following new models. During the major annual international conference, EJN welcomes 3rd countries and looks for collaborations beyond EU boundaries.The conference will include networking activities: working groups meetings where professionals share and disseminate information of common cultural issues, encourage dialogue and international collaborations, exchange good practices. Audience development will be a major focus, linked with Jazz Across Europe, and a large scale research project which EJN will carry out with the help of experts making its findings available to all professionals. Research will also focus on the impact of the jazz sector on employment and economic benefit and on the history of EU jazz. EJN will organise 3 preparatory activities, facilitating working group meetings, laying foundations of future EJN projects, analyzing/creating innovative methods to productions for kids, studying the jazz scene from a norm-critical perspective.Advanced digital tools are developed: calendar wrapper; integrated geo-mapping; tour management/artists itinerary tool; maintenance/strengthening of EJN web database. EJN virtual office will develop via video conferences, newsletters, virtual meetings, Board Meetings, management of EJN working committees’EJN staff team will grow; a strong communication plan will develop through staff employed specifically for this. Finally, the 3rd EJN Award for Adventurous Programming will be announced, assigned and celebrated.

Ernest et Célestine, la Collection 2015 FOLIVARI Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 430 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Série animée (26x13') adaptée de la série de livre jeunesse eponyme de Gabrielle Vincent

EURANIM – Boosting careers of animation young artists with video mapping 2014 Rencontres Audiovisuelles Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 297 699,68 EUR

Région : Nord-Pas-de-Calais

Secteur : Industries culturelles

The European creative sectors of animation and digital arts are drivers for creativity, innovation, growth and employment. However these sectors remain structurally weak and are not sufficiently competitive, on a global scale. This is due, in great part, to a failure to retain young talent that comes out of Europe’s high quality higher education system, attracted to the American and Japanese creative clusters. The Euranim project will develop concrete answers to these challenges, focusing on structuring the European animation sector around innovative digital technologies. The Euranim partnership comprises European universities of Art and Design, from five different countries, coordinated by the social enterprise Rencontres Audiovisuelles in Lille (FR). Euranim brings together more than 60 partners from the creative industries, public institutions and universities. The project will provide about 100 young animation artists with new digital skills thanks to an ambitious programme of eight artistic residencies in five European countries, focusing on the teaching of “video mapping”. This technique is still emerging and consists of projecting animated images onto physical structures, usually onto the facades of notable, historic buildings in order to exhibit and celebrate their heritage. Euranim will enhance the career prospects and facilitate the mobility and cross-cultural exchange of more than 400 young digital artists and staff working on the project via the organisation of five international cultural events, which will attract more than 45.000 people. Eight showcasing events will disseminate the results of the project activities and enable a sustainable network to be built. These showcases will demonstrate the opportunities offered by animation and video mapping in terms of artistic creativity, commercial use and wider societal benefit. Euranim will produce several evaluations of the sector in order to further support its development and economic impact.

 

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PARTENAIRES : 5 -> Belgique, Hongrie, Royaume-Uni, Finlande, Danemark

EURO FABULA LOCI 2014 GIP Formation et Insertion Professionnelles Académie de Nice Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 180 599,40

Région : PACA

Secteur : Patrimoine

The folk heritage of peoples constituting Europe is extremely rich and close by theme, characters, narrative style and it is not difficult to find there suggestions and elements of common reflection. One of the most interesting elements of this common heritage is represented by the articulated "world of fairy tales." The fairy tale is a story coming from the past. It speaks of ancient times, and so maintains all the charm of the elsewhere, but also sets elementary paths of existence involving all mankind. The "Fabula Loci" project is aimed to the formation of an European consciousness developing creativity and increasing the operational activities of the group of partners to spread the knowledge of territories and history, to improve collaboration and civic responsibility, to provide support for the development of innovative programs and valorize the European intangible cultural heritage. The project intends to exchange experiences and best practices engaging the network of municipalities, city museums, universities, cultural organizations of local authorities in field of promoting knowledge on common history illustrated in folk tales as cultural heritage. Development of methodology to motivate a whole spectrum of participants. The bottom up strategy will be applied encouraging citizens to handle themselves intercultural cooperation with understanding and enjoyment of the values, rights and opportunities created by the EU.

PARTENAIRES : 2 -> Italie, Pologne

DUREE : 36 MOIS

EURODOC 2015 2014 EURODOC Europe créative MEDIA Formation

Financement Européen Obtenu : 232 200 €

Région : Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur

Secteur : Industries culturelles

EURODOC facilitates meetings and relations among the most active professionals in the documentary sector in a number of European countries and beyond using their documentary projects as a basis. For over 15 years, EURODOC has progressively become one the leading training programmes in Europe designed for documentary film producers who want to enhance the development stage of their projects on the international level, as well as for commissioning editors from the documentary departments of television stations and funding institutions.

Europa Cinemas 2014 ASSOCIATION EUROPA CINEMAS Europe créative MEDIA Réseau de salles

Financement Européen Obtenu : 10 500 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Créé en 1992 grâce au financement du programme MEDIA (Europe Créative) et du Centre national du cinéma et de l'image animée (CNC), Europa Cinemas est le premier réseau de salles à programmation majoritairement européenne.Son objectif est d'apporter un soutien opérationnel et financier aux salles qui s'engagent à programmer un nombre significatif de films européens non nationaux et à mettre en place des actions d'animation et de promotion en direction du Jeune Public.

Europa Distribution Network 2014 EUROPA DISTRIBUTION Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 127 500 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Organisation of workshops:- Informing and training independent distributors, whatever their function is in the company (acquisitions, sales, promotion, VOD,…) on new and changing aspects of their profession. Encouraging them to share their experiences and good practices with their peers, this on every aspect of distribution. External experts are also invited, either helping to figure out a situation or having a relevant experience in the field (festivals: Karlovy Vary, San Sebastian, Marrakech, Les Arcs)- Sharing experience and inspiration on specific releases such as documentary or animation (festivals: Nyon, Annecy)- Strengthening contacts with other fields of the industry such as exhibition or international sales, in order to enhance processes, share costs, strengthen European films releases and reach audience on every support (festivals: Sofia, Locarno).- Workshops are integrated in festivals, participants taking actively part in their activities. Therefore it adds an interprofessional dimension (meetings with sales agents, producers,etc.), an acquisition dimension and a collaborative dimension, since the coming of distributors at festivals is partly covered by them.Partnerships:Europa Distribution has established partnerships with essential events for the European film industry (Cartoon Movie, Rome Business Week, etc) and therefore enables its members to meet casually with other European professionals. Information:Aspect supported by communication (via our blog, newsletter, Facebook,Twitter, mailings), partly in partnership with Cineuropa.org and Film New Europe. Focuses on European distributors, situation of distribution in particular countries, case studies of releases in different territories and any news relevant or likely to have an impact on distribution field.Information regarding releases are also available on Cidinet (soon integrated in Cinando), our participative website enabling distributors to share promotional and technical material.

Europa distribution Network 2016 EUROPA DISTRIBUTION Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 120 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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EUROPAVOX 2015 Europavox Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 2 000 000 €

Région : Auvergne

Secteur : Spectacle vivant

Le résumé du projet sera publié dès qu'il sera en ligne sur le site de la commission européenne…

Partners : 6 -> Estragon Società cooperativa (Italie), Evangelou Markantonis Limited Partnership (Grèce), Le Botanique (Belgium), Menu fabrikas (Lituanie), Vibro limes d.o.o. (Hongrie), WUK Werkstätten und Kulturhaus (Autriche)

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EUROPE COMICS 2014 MEDIATOON LICENSING Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 2 000 000 EUR

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

The Project EUROPE COMICS consists in the creation of a digital Pan-European comics catalogue in English. Its main objective is the popularisation and valorisation of the European comics richness, across Europe and abroad. Publishers of different sizes, agents and audiovisual companies will join forces to realise the project. Publishers will offer the best of their original creations for translation and digitalisation, will promote the catalogue locally at fairs and events and will be the direct link of the project to the original authors. Agents on their side will handle the international marketing and promotion of the catalogue, organising its worldwide digital distribution in the major online retailers. The catalogues will also be included in the library networks across Europe. The audiovisual partner will bring the project a step further by investing in the development of animated series which will further strengthen the presence of the European comics characters worldwide. Another main objective of the Project is the development of advanced comics technologies in two main directions: one, the enhanced interactive reading of comics (replacing the current page-by-page reading) and the development of translation and lettering software, both of which will be of significant benefit to all partners of the project and will contribute to Europe's pioneering in the field of digital comics. Moreover, all partners will contribute to the Europe Comics blog with information and news regarding their own local markets, which, together with the statistics of the project, will constitute an important factual reference of the entire European comics market. Overall, the project will not only grant wider visibility to original European creation, reaching further to new audiences and new creators, but will guarantee the cooperation of different actors in the book chain, who would gain and exchange experience, and together create an innovative, durable business model.

PARTENAIRES : 13 -> Belgique (4), France (3), Italie (2), Royaume-Uni, Turquie, Espagne, Pologne.

DUREE : 48 MOIS

EUROPEAN ARTIZEN INITIATIVE 2014 Dédale Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 199 843 EUR

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries créatives

Within the EAI project, AltArt (RO), Dédale (FR), Expeditio (ME), Idensitat (ES), Prostoroz (SL) and Transforma (PT) aim at reinforcing cultural and creative players’ abilities to adapt to the growing needs of co-building the city, with the aim to favour citizens’ engagement and empowerment. 6 trans-national Laboratories will be implemented on urban areas in transition in Barcelona, Cluj, Kotor, Ljubljana, Paris and Torres Vedras, designed as on-site abilities accelerators: European artists in residence will co-design projects with citizens, supported by a trans-sectoral local team to favour skills transfer. Particular attention will be paid to inclusive citizens’ engagement, experimenting new technologies as a possible tool. It will be completed by a European workshop to favour cultural and creative players’ adaptation to digital technologies. Each laboratory results will be spread towards professionals thanks to open workshops and events, and put in dialogue at European level thanks to networking and the final event. Observation will be led throughout the project on the actions impacts, to adjust the initiative framework to reinforce cultural and creative players’ skills and favour its experimentation on other areas. Common narratives will be produced aiming at cultural and creative and city players, political stakeholders and citizens. Communication and dissemination will be implemented at local, national European and international levels, ensuring a wide visibility to the project and to the European Commission. By crossing culture, arts, urban development and innovation fields and actors, EAI will generate spillover effects and new opportunities for professionals in a long-term perspective, at local, national, European and international levels, with a focus on China with  a EU-China workshop. EAI will lead to the creation of a professional pool of cultural and creative actors, able to develop new ts at European and international scales.

PARTENAIRES : 5 -> Monténégro, Portugal, Slovénie, Roumanie, Espagne

DUREE : 22 MOIS

European Early Music Network/Réseau Européen de Musique Ancienne 2014 European Early Music Network/Réseau Européen de Musique Ancienne Europe créative Culture Réseau

Financement Européen Obtenu : 110.000 EUR

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Création

The European Early Music Network (REMA for Réseau Européen de Musique Ancienne) is the only representative network for early music on a European level. It was created in France in 2000 and now boasts a membership of 69 members in 19 countries. The network’s members are promoters active in the early music field, such as festivals or concert halls. REMA’s main aim is to act as a network for its members, encouraging the exchange of knowledge, information and cooperations in the early music field.In addition to that, REMA set itself the following objectives:- to be a leading voice for early music in Europe,- to stimulate, facilitate, develop and promote awareness of early music,- to engage in rediscovering and promoting European heritage in terms of early music and period instruments, with a historically inspired interpretation,- to encourage the development and integration of early music education and the promotion of young artists,- to encourage the inclusion of music in programming.These objectives are followed through various activities and projects defined in detail below. These include regular members’ meetings in different European countries, during which meetings, conferences, round table discussions, presentations, etc. take place. They also include actions to promote early music and its geographical and artistic diversity, such as the REMA Award, or the European Day of Early Music, which started in 2013, with the patronage of Mrs. Androulla Vassiliou.A showcase festival, the organisation of a conference with conservatoires and early music students or a project of a webradio as an online platform for early music will have an impact on the promotion of young artists and early music in general.

European Game Booster 2014 CAPITAL GAMES Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 60 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Jeu vidéo

The video games industry is currently experiencing a massive digital shift, a redefinition of business models and the launch of a new generation of consoles - and Europe may fall behind if nothing is done to support content providers. Indeed, there are neither major hardware manufacturers, nor major digital distribution platforms in Europe, only highly developed content providers (publishers and developers) who need this kind of B2B event to survive. Unfortunately, several countries within the continent experience the frequent struggle to access financiers, publishers and distributors. 20 game development companies will be selected from applications from all over Europe to participate in this special event and specific attention will be given to countries in which the video game industry struggles to make a living. Capital Games is set to initiate the new program, ‘European Game Boost’, within the next edition of Game Paris, taking place in October 2014. We are convinced that the ‘European Game Boost’ responds to the urgent needs of the European games industry; facilitating access to the international market for European game developers and helping companies to secure long-term financing, as well as improving the competences of players in this sector. ‘European Game Boost’ includes three Sub-Activities, designed to specifically serve the acute needs of the targeted SMEs: Finance, Markets and Skills. These Sub-Activities consist of different sessions and selected projects competitions in which participants are given the opportunity to meet and learn from key professionals and players in the European video games industry. To summarise, ‘European Game Boost’ aims to reinforce financial means, introduce new prospects and customers, extend reach in a global environment, face new challenges and ultimately develop true European expertise in the video game industry.

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European Game Booster 2015 CAPITAL GAMES Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 60 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Jeu vidéo

The video games industry is currently experiencing a massive digital shift, a redefinition of business models and the launch of a new generation of consoles - and Europe may fall behind if nothing is done to support content providers. Indeed, there are neither major hardware manufacturers, nor major digital distribution platforms in Europe, only highly developed content providers (publishers and developers) who need this kind of B2B event to survive. Unfortunately, several countries within the continent experience the frequent struggle to access financiers, publishers and distributors. 20 game development companies will be selected from applications from all over Europe to participate in this special event and specific attention will be given to countries in which the video game industry struggles to make a living. Capital Games is set to initiate the new program, ‘European Game Boost’, within the next edition of Game Paris, taking place in October 2014. We are convinced that the ‘European Game Boost’ responds to the urgent needs of the European games industry; facilitating access to the international market for European game developers and helping companies to secure long-term financing, as well as improving the competences of players in this sector. ‘European Game Boost’ includes three Sub-Activities, designed to specifically serve the acute needs of the targeted SMEs: Finance, Markets and Skills. These Sub-Activities consist of different sessions and selected projects competitions in which participants are given the opportunity to meet and learn from key professionals and players in the European video games industry. To summarise, ‘European Game Boost’ aims to reinforce financial means, introduce new prospects and customers, extend reach in a global environment, face new challenges and ultimately develop true European expertise in the video game industry.

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European Music Incubator 2015 Trempolino Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 199 607,17 €

Région : Pays-de-la-Loire

Secteur : Art et territoire

Le résumé du projet sera publié dès qu'il sera en ligne sur le site de la commission européenne…

Partners : 4 -> Commune di Genova (Italia), LAB 852 DOO ZA PROMIDZBU (Hungary), Liverpool Sound City Ltd (UK), TARTU ULIKOOL (Estonia)

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EUROPEAN SHORT PITCH 2016 NISI MASA Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 55 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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EUROPEAN SHORT PITCH 2014 NISI MASA Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 55 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

European Short Pitch is an initiative aimed at promoting the European coproduction of short films. It combines a scriptwriting workshop in residency and a coproduction forum bringing together scriptwriters and industry professionals from all over Europe.Selected on the basis of their short film projects, 20 European talents gather to discuss, rewrite, and learn to promote their stories on a European level with the support of 5 tutors. They eventually pitch their projects in front of a panel of 45 producers, financers, buyers, and distributors.European Short Pitch aims to bring young European talents into the spotlight, give them a high-end promotion opportunity, and develop short film coproduction in Europe. This initiative is about enhanced economic viability and European visibility for short film projects.From the previous editions (2007-2014), around 160 projects were presented that have resulted so far in the making of 62 short films - many of them having a very successful international career.

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European Theatre Lab : Drama goes digital 2015 Convention Théâtrale Européenne Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 200 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Spectacle vivant

Le résumé du projet sera publié dès qu'il sera en ligne sur le site de la commission européenne…

Partners : 6 -> Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe (Germany),  Théâtre de Liège (Belgium), Hrvatsko narodno kazaliste u Zagrebu (Hungary), Cie Michel Didym / Théâtre de la Manufacture - CDN Nancy Lorraine (France), Kote Marjanishvili State Drama Theatre (Georgia), Teatrul National Marin Sorescu (Romania)

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EUROVOD 2014 EUROVOD - FEDERATION EUROPEENNE DES PLATES-FORMES VOD DU CINEMA INDEPENDANT Europe créative MEDIA Distribution en Ligne

Financement Européen Obtenu : 800 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

In 2015 EuroVoD will evolve with activities structured around two main axes: 1. As a new group of companies with capitalistic links, sharing the same concept and vision, the co-beneficiaries will implement (with non co-beneficiary partners Filmin ES and Flimmit AT (separate applications)) the consolidation of EuroVoD by mutualising and optimising resources, and consolidating and building IP value across operations, in order to create critical mass and achieve economies of scale. This strategy will focus on: a) Technology convergence: adopting the same technology and supplier base; b) Common Brand, positioning and promotion of a pan-European brand, progressively introduced by existing national brands; c) Acquisitions: multi-territory licensing, including a minimum guarantee fund, to secure European titles with high commercial potential; d) Catalogue: Increasing EuroVoD´s consolidated catalogue by 3000 titles; e) Marketing & Editorial: implement common strategies and optimise editorial; f) Distribution: increasing penetration and reach of EuroVoD´s branded channel across third party services; g) New Markets & Platforms: support ´fast-track´, low-cost platform set-up (such as the launch of the new Italian VoD platform, expansion of UniversCiné Belgium into the Netherlands and Luxembourg, and Germany); h) Partners & Investors: Attract capital for growth and expansion.2. EuroVoD, underpinned by Universcine / LMC who provide the technology, access to private capital, and head offices, will coordinate and ensure implementation of the consolidation objectives across local markets; distribute EU funding among co-beneficiaries to continue developing and strenghtening their operations and services; increase local visibility and reach, market share (from 0,25% to 1%), target audience size and profile; and meet viewing, sales and turnover targets .

Partners :

SORRENTO TV LIMITED (IE)

LE MEILLEUR DU CINEMA SAS (FR)

UNIVERSCINE SCRL (BE)

FANDANGO SRL (IT)

EuroVoD Online Ready Packages 2014 EUROVOD - FEDERATION EUROPEENNE DES PLATES-FORMES VOD DU CINEMA INDEPENDANT Europe créative MEDIA Distribution en Ligne

Financement Européen Obtenu : 248 572 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

EuroVoD operates across the B2B and B2C sectors. As a B2B service, EuroVoD is a global rights trader of European independent films across whole Europe, maximising the availability of titles across local and global channels and services. As a B2C service, EurovoD operates a European network of VoD platforms and channels across 9 territories, providing the largest, editorialsed, curated offer of European films delivered direct to the consumer.In association with several partners, EuroVoD will optimise the network of VoD services it operates across platforms and devices in Europe (OTT platforms, IPTV & cable channels, Smart TVs, tablets and smartphones), and its unique know-how in proposing a tailor-made, highly editorialised environment, adapted to linguistic and cultural specificities to guarantee the distribution of the Online Ready Packages; with its experience and business contacts as an aggregator and trader of films to third party services, to exploit the films internationally across local and global channels and services.EuroVoD, in association with several International Sales Agents, has selected 44 European independent films, features and documentaries, with both high artistic value (most of the titles have been presenetd at major film festivals) and commercial potential.

Partners :

LE MEILLEUR DU CINEMA SAS (FR)

FORTISSIMO AMSTERDAM BV (NL)

DOC & FILM INTERNATIONAL (FR)

EX(S)PORTS 2014 L’ENTORSE Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 137 400 €

Région : Nord-Pas-de-Calais

Secteur : Création

EX[S]PORTS is a cooperation activities programme dedicated to building bridges between arts and sports sectors with aims to deliver innovation in audiences development, capacity building and economic strengthening.EX[S]PORTS is led by l’Entorse in Lille (FR), in partnership with East Street Arts (Leeds, UK) and Vooruit (Ghent , BE).Arts & sports activities belong to well-separated social fields, with their own businesses, events, values and models. Those separations create specific identities and codes, which often lead to people ignoring or excluding each other. These social and economic systems have mostly grown apart. However, when contemporary artists start to seriously mingle with sports imaginaries, outstanding works are produced. And today, one European among three is practicing sport at least once a week. Sports clubs involve 70 millions of people, which is 15% of the European population.Building bridges between arts and sports bring therefore a challenging perspective for audience development and social inclusion. And in a context of economic crisis and massive cultural budgets cuts, considering the sport sectors as a new market opportunity, can feature innovating solutions.To achieve these aims, EX[S]PORTS partners have jointly-defined 10 key activities :MAKING : activities 1 & 2 - Residencies and coproductions. Thematics: Art and Bicycle, Watersport, Football & identitiesMANAGING : activities 3, 4, 5 - Artistic, finance and production coordinationLINKING : activity 6 – Sports and culture mediation, community buildingSHARING & LEARNING : activity 7 – Internal communication and joint developmentPROMOTING : activity 8 – External communication and publicationSHOWING & INSPIRING : activity 9 – Presentations and eventsSECURING & SUSTAINING : activity 10 – Research, evaluation and legacyBeyond this first cooperation framework, EX[S]PORTS aim to inspire the cultural and sports sectors, with a significant legacy and future partnership widening.

PARTENAIRES : 2 -> Royaume-Uni, Belgique

EYE ON FILMS 2014 WIDE Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 220 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Eye on Films' purpose is to give better access to European first feature films and to give young European directors more visibility on the international market by ensuring a commercial distribution of those films in Europe and in third countries. In this framework, we therefore wish to consolidate our network in Europe and continue our development in third territories and give a wider visibility to European Films in these countries. Also, we plan on developing alternative ways of commercial exploitation for the films by creating synergies not only between our festival, distribution and sales agents partners but also between our VoD platform partners, cinema theatres and alternative distribution circuits. In order to strengthen these new initiatives, our objective is to maximize the visibility, promotion and communication around European films by developing our communication tools and by providing an important media coverage for the films, as well as working extensively on the targeting of new audiences such as the young audience through the internet for instance.

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EYE TO EYE 2015 WIDE Europe créative MEDIA Développement de l'audience

Financement Européen Obtenu : 200 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Eye to Eye is a pan-European initiative facilitating the circulation of European films on various distribution platforms and attracting new audiences to European cinema.A pre-selection of recent European films are submitted to several juries made of students and/or schoolchildren and coordinated by Eye to Eye partners in twelve different European countries. In each country participating, the juries will select from 2 to 6 films. Thanks to its network, Eye to Eye will guarantee the commercial exploitation of these films on various distribution platforms (Festivals, Theatrical, VoD). Schools & Universities will be highly involved in the communication campaign about the distribution of films selected by their students.The objectives of Eye to Eye are to:-Facilitate transnational circulation European films and mutualize the communication thanks to a network of distributors, festivals, exhibitors and VoD. The films will be promoted and commercialized using day-and-date strategies in order to maximize their potential.-Share the films selected by students & schoolchildren juries in their own countries as well as at a European level by ensuring their circulation in other countries members of the Creative Europe MEDIA Sub-Programme.-Promote European diversity thanks a network involving twelve European countries and showing films from several European countries. -Encourage partners to develop marketing campaigns based on word-to-mouth by using Internet and social networks. Turnkey solutions will be provided to our partners (VoD channel integrated to their own websites, delivery of screening/promotional material) and therefore reach and retain new audiences.-Support local partners by bringing directors & actors to cinema venues and to universities & schools.-Guarantee an exploitation of the films in cinemas and online and the complementarity of the medias.Provide full reports about the festival, cinema and online exploitation and detailed figures about the audience.

EYE TO EYE 2014 WIDE Europe créative MEDIA Développement de l'audience

Financement Européen Obtenu : 150 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

EYE TO EYE (E²) will form a pan-European initiative and a professional network facilitating the circulation of independent European films on various distribution platforms and aiming at attracting new audiences to European films. E² will facilitate the European transnational distribution and circulation thanks to a network of distributors, film festivals, exhibitors and VoD platforms involved in the experiment of innovative ways of distribution. E² is the only initiative proposing at the moment a pan-European collaboration between festivals, distributors, VoD platforms, and exhibitors around the promotion of independent European films and the target of a new young audience. E² will create a brand dedicated to new ways of promotion/distribution and a platform of interactive exchange between professionals in terms of material, ideas of promotion, theatrical release strategies. The activities organized will follow at the same time the traditional distribution and exploitation chain while experimenting on alternative circuits via day-and-date strategies for example. The originality of the project lies also in the nature of the communication and marketing strategies employed, as E² will use at the same time traditional advertising methods and Media coverage, as well as exposure via alternative advertising, new Media and social networks (facebook, twitter).

FASANDRAEBERNE (AKA THE ABSENT ONE) 2015 WILD BUNCH DISTRIBUTION SAS Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 125000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Sortie le 8 avril 2015 du film Les Enquêtes du Département V : Profanation de Mikkel Norgaard : "En 1994, un double-meurtre défraye la chronique. Malgré les soupçons qui pèsent sur un groupe de pensionnaires d’un internat, la police classe l’affaire, faute de preuve…
Jusqu'à l'intervention, plus de 20 ans après, du Département V : l’inspecteur Carl Mørck, et Assad, son assistant d’origine syrienne, spécialisés dans les crimes non résolus.
Ensemble, ils rouvrent l’affaire qui les amène à enquêter sur un des notables les plus puissants du Danemark.". Fiche MFDB : http://mfdb.eu/en/film-fasandraberne__fasandraeberne_c86282

FEHER ISTEN 2014 PYRAMIDE SA Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 99 600

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Festival de Cinéma Européen des Arcs 2014 ASSOCIATION RÉVÉLATIONS CULTURELLES Europe créative MEDIA Festival

Financement Européen Obtenu : 41000

Région : Rhône-Alpes

Secteur : Industries culturelles

The festival offers a prestigious programming of more than a hundred European films, divided between different sections:- The Official Competition, which objective is to make discover talented directors but still poorly broadcasted worldwide.- The European Panorama, which presents films awarded in their home country but unreleased in France- The Focus Section, which honours a new country every year- Premieres, allowing us to present unreleased films to Les Arcs' public.- The Youth Section aimed at our younger audience- A selection of 10 musical documentaries, a novelty in 2014- A short film programme- Special Screenings: the prize "Femme de Cinéma", the "Snow Frayeur" screening, the film debateThe films are all carrying the cultural values of the event: quality, originality and diversity.Aside from the programming, the youth programme is a very important part of the festival, with encounters, masterclasses and workshops aimed at the pupils, from kindergarten to highschoool, with a difficult access to culture or coming from a disadvantaged environment (2394 participants in 2013, that is to say 21% of our spectators). More than 250 highschool students are coming to educational stays during the festival, with the objective to familiarise them to cinematography.Furthermore, for the first time, the festival organises the "Music Village", during the opening weekend, both a public and professional event, with concerts, showcases and animations throughout the weekend.Finally, three professional events are organised every year, making the festival an unavoidable moment for the European industry professionals, which were developped in an Access to Markets application.

FESTIVAL DU FILM D’EDUCATION 2014 CEMEA Association Nationale Europe créative MEDIA Festival

Financement Européen Obtenu : 27000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Each year since 2005, the Education Film Festival (Festival du film d'éducation) gathers the best education movies in Evreux, Normandy, France. it gathers almost 20,000 moviegoers that are really fond of theses movies which are coming of age movies, or deals with all kind of initiations rites, all kind of learning, conversion, family stories, knowledge sharing, cultural and intergenerational transmissions, etc. Our festival, organized by the CEMEA, a popular education association (www.cemea.asso.fr), accept long and short documentary, animation or fiction movies.The film competition alone would gather more than 6,000 spectators in the Pathé cinema of Evreux. This is more than 200 moviegoers per screenings. In order to develop the festival, while continuing to defend 40 to 50 films each year, we decided to organize screenings in various cities and places in France. Theses decentralized organization allows us today to gather nearly 20,000 spectators in most regions of France. We believe that there is no other film festivals highlighting theses social issues that regards every citizens of Europe. It is therefore just logical to select the best European films and start organize widely spread screenings of them, in several European countries. Our project, seeks to achieve this objective. We would like to organize decentralized editions of the festival in other European countries. Our festival is organized by a cultural and concerned by education NGO. We are, therefore, very interested by the question of cultural and cinema education of young people. Our NGO is part of a European networrk of NGOs and this strenght help us achiev this European project.

FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM DE LA ROCHELLE 2014 FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM DE LA ROCHELLE Europe créative MEDIA Festival

Financement Européen Obtenu : 63 000 €

Région : Poitou-Charentes

Secteur : Industries culturelles

The 42nd La Rochelle International Film Festival, a non-competitive and non-specialised festival, will screen 250 films of which 78% will be European (of the 195 European films shown 56% will be non-national and 23% from countries with a low production capacity).Attendance figures are expected to reach 84,000 over ten days. 18 MEDIA countries will be represented.The programme is organised into retrospectives, tributes, a section devoted to previously unseen films and previews, a section presenting restored films, a Nuit Blanche (an all-night, themed film marathon), children’s films, film-concerts and an open-air screening. These screenings are accompanied by a variety of master classes and interviews with film personalities.Additionally, events are organised throughout the festival for industry professionals.We aim to cultivate the spirit of conviviality, lauded by festival-goers in the survey carried out by NXA in 2013 (99% were satisfied with the atmosphere and 73% very satisfied), by paying great attention to way the public and professionals are received. Throughout the year the festival will also implement a series of projects that aim to support emerging filmmakers, develop new audiences and improve film literacy among students, young people, the inhabitants of outlying areas, prisoners and the sick (many workshops, opportunities for contact with professionals and special film programmes).

Festival Internationational du Film d’Aubagne 2014 ALCIME ASSOCIATION Europe créative MEDIA Festival

Financement Européen Obtenu : 41000

Région : PACA

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Dedicated to the promotion of the young cinematographic creation and the sound and music creation for film, the Festival International du Film d’Aubagne offers a unique editorial line in Europe. It’s arts policy is based on four complementary and interrelated actions: to support the international dissemination of first, second and third films, to offer a training place, to promote cultural diversity and to be a place for film education. Thus, the Festival promotes the emergence of young international talents through the dissemination of quality works (films) representative of the experimental fields in tone, form and purpose, while seeking to bring these works accessible to all. As a place of training for young composers, directors and script writers, the Festival also aims to offer young international talents, a workspace that allows them the possibility to deploy all their creativity (masterclass of composition for image, professional meetings, grant of help to music composition, grant for the direction of a first film…). The Festival highlights the cultural diversity by creating a space for dialogue through an international programmation, it offers to the public and the artists a cinema where the languages and pratices are different, meaningful and constructive.For the younger, the Festival offers an educational program in the form of projections adapted according to age range and offering a variety of workshops. The Festival International du Film d’Aubagne is a platform for international artists of image and sound that centralizes creative energies to permanently establish an essential place of creation for the professionals. The FIFA strengthens every year its actions in order to provide an innovative cultural project in perpetual renewal and meet the needs of European and international artists as well as the public

Festival Premiers Plans 2014 ASSOCIATION PREMIERS PLANS Europe créative MEDIA Festival

Financement Européen Obtenu : 55 000 €

Région : Pays-de-la-Loire

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Dedicating itself to the discovery of new talent in European cinema and allowing others to discover European film heritage since 1989, the Angers Premiers Plans Festival has become an emblematic cultural meeting that is recognized by film professionals, followed by a large inquisitive audience, and supported by many big names.To convey new European directors through a selection of a hundred first films presented in six competitive sections.To discover film history and heritage thanks to retrospectives on national cinematographies, tributes to major and unrecognized authors and actors, programs on specific themes.Highlighting the diversity of European cinema by gathering professionals on questions relative to the production and circulation of European films.The aims of the Festival:To educate a new public on European cinema by favoring the young public to participate to the FestivalTo support scriptwriters and directors in their writing work by inviting professional actors to read scripts of first short and feature films in public before shooting the film.Edition january 2014• 255 films screened including 72 European first short films in the official selection• 73 000 people including 25 500 young people under 25• 24 European countries represented• 120 young European directors, actors, producers, screenwriters invited in Angers to present their first film• 600 professionals

Festival SCOPE 2014 MOVING SCOPE SAS Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 100 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Festival Scope (www.festivalscope.com) is a benchmark platform known for screening the best of independent cinema worldwide. It is the only curated service of its kind: dedicated solely to the promotion of arthouse films to film professionals. Festival Scope has partnerships with more than 70 of the most prestigious film festivals among which the festivals of Sundance, Rotterdam, Goteborg, Berlin, Hong Kong, Tribeca, Cannes Critics’ Week, Cannes Directors’ Fortnight, Locarno, Venice, Toronto, Busan: presenting every year an average of 2,000 carefully selected films & documentaries.Within this curated environment and a shrinking market for arthouse films (in particular European ones outside of Europe), Festival Scope constantly thrives to revitalize the market by adjusting to the latest trends by:- Increasing exposure & visibility of the films beyond European borders: Festivals and distributors have incentives to release European films so the programming of European films within Europe is now at a relatively mature state. Festival Scope reaches the industry worldwide with a specifically good impact in North America. - Stimulating filmmakers’ revenues: from all potential sources within the industry: festivals, sales agents, distributors and exhibitors.- Improving the service: both from the viewers’ perspective and from the rights holders’ perspective.- Reinforcing its status as a go-to service among film professionals in order to break even within 2 years.

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Festival SCOPE PRO 2016 MOVING SCOPE SAS Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 100 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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FIDMARSEILLE – FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DE CINEMA DE MARSEILLE 2014 ASSOCIATION VUE SUR LES DOCS Europe créative MEDIA Festival

Financement Européen Obtenu : 35000

Région : Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur

Secteur : Industries culturelles

YEAR 1 In 2014, FIDMarseille, International Competitive Film Festival, will continue to discover and highlight talents and will offer to the audience a programme of new films witnessing the vitality of the contemporary cinema and the young creation. If FIDMarseille’s roots are in the documentary, it is to remember that realities are our ground, without forgetting that this soil propagates many different worlds and even more ways of bearing witness to them. The cinema harbors a plural, a plurality of forms, formats, lengths, approaches, and gazes. Unexpected, daring, pertinent, rebellious, as surprising as our world, here is the kind of cinema that the FID is excited to champion. A unique moment when directors from all over the world nourish our present with all theirs. Spread into the competitions (35 films in world premieres) and “parallel screens” (which combine rare films from the past, close or far, and unreleased films which have been shown abroad), almost 130 films, fictions and documentaries, shorts and feature films, will be shown to the audience coming from the city, the territory, the country and the world (23 000 audience members), increasing every year and mixing new and curious audiences, young people, loyal audiences and professionals.10 locations host the festival : MuCEM, Villa Méditerranée, Théâtre des Bernardines, Cinéma les Variétés, Maison de la Région PACA, Bibliothèque Municipale L’Alcazar, Théâtre Silvain.Outdoor screenings, parties, concerts, young audience screenings, panels and master classes, exhibitions in associated art galleries and Q&As with directors will complete this intense programme. A video library, a professional catalogue, FIDLab and FIDCampus a will welcome our professional audience, reaching the number of 700 last year.

FILMOTV 2014 FILMOLINE SAS Europe créative MEDIA Distribution en Ligne

Financement Européen Obtenu : 400 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

We think there is a room for European services, but because EU content awareness is by far lower than US studios content, we consider editorial approach as a key element of success.FilmoTV was the first EU cinema on demand service proposing both TVOD and SVOD.The service was originally built upon 3 main fundamentals:- an original subscription offer: to date we propose +500 movies available at any time arranged through 7 thematic channels- a focus on EU cinema: unlike many other services, we kept providing different and larger exposure to EU movies- a strong editorial line: our editorial treatment is quite unique and is based on a selective approach, production of massive editorial contents and original programming.Over the years and thanks to Media helps, we’ve been consolidating the service and extending its distribution while remaining true to our initial ambition:- we participated in developing SVOD in France and Europe and succeeded in becoming in 6 years a French leading SVOD service - we remain pioneer in multiscreen distribution with state-of-the-art interfaces and many innovative technical assets.In 2015, the market will become more competitive with powerful US players that will impact the EU audiovisual market in many ways and are likely to depreciate and marginalize EU cinema. In this new landscape, FilmoTV intend to keep playing a significant role. Major stakes are:- Remain a window for European Cinema and sthrenghen our editorial positioning, i.e enhance our strategy to acquire, expose and promote EU films & massive content production.- Pursue our support to new digital distribution strategy with European partners (TIDE...) and boost innovative marketing activities to develop the audience.- Strengthen multiscreen distribution by consolidating and extending our presence across all channels with innovative interfaces. - Initiate local EU projects in cooperation with Wild Bunch subsidiaries to move towards a more global European model.

flora63 2014 STAN PRODUCTIONS Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Projet Isolé

Financement Européen Obtenu : 50 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Fiche MFDB : http://www.mfdb.eu/en/film-flora63_c86730

FORCE MAJEUR (AKA TOURIST) 2014 DISTRIB FILMS SAS Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 99 600

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Sortie le 28 janvier 2015 du film Snow Therapy de Ruben Ostlund : "Une famille suédoise passe ensemble quelques précieux jours de vacances dans une station de sports d’hiver des Alpes françaises. Le soleil brille et les pistes sont magnifiques mais lors d’un déjeuner dans un restaurant de montagne, une avalanche vient tout bouleverser. Les clients du restaurant sont pris de panique, Ebba, la mère, appelle son mari Tomas à l’aide tout en essayant de protéger leurs enfants, alors que Tomas, lui, a pris la fuite ne pensant qu’à sauver sa peau… Mais le désastre annoncé ne se produit pas, l’avalanche s’est arrêtée juste avant le restaurant, et la réalité reprend son cours au milieu des rires nerveux. Il n’y a aucun dommage visible, et pourtant, l’univers familial est ébranlé. La réaction inattendue de Tomas va les amener à réévaluer leurs rôles et leurs certitudes, un point d’interrogation planant au dessus du père en particulier. Alors que la fin des vacances approche, le mariage de Tomas et d’Ebba est pendu à un fil, et Tomas tente désespérément de reprendre sa place de patriarche de la famille. Snow Therapy est une comédie grinçante sur le rôle de l’homme au sein de la famille moderne.". Fiche MFDB : http://mfdb.eu/en/film-force_majeure_turist_c85532

FRONTIERES INTERNATIONAL CO-PRODUCTION MARKET 2016 SOCIETE DE GESTION D'OPERATIONS COMMERCIALES POUR LE FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 100 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Frontières international co-production market 2014 VISION IN MOTION Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 135 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Frontières is an international biannual co-production market specifically focused on facilitating genre film co-production, co-financing, distribution between Europe and North America. It is co-organised by Vision-in-Motion, theFantasia International Film Festival (Fantasia) and the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival (BIFFF). The market takes place twice a year, in Brussels in April during BIFFF and in Montreal in July during Fantasia. Thus, Frontières has established an annual circuit taking place twice a year on both continents and strives to expand and diversify the co-production and financing of genre films between Europe and North America.This proposal is to request support for the 5th edition of Frontières taking place in Brussels in April 2015 and the creation at BIFFF of a European Genre Film Market (EGFM). We are also requesting support to finance a part of the budget of the 6th edition of Frontières to take place in Montreal in July 2015 to enable the participation of European projects and professionals at the Montreal event. Each edition of Frontières gathers a selection of 12 Frontières projects (6 European and 6 North American) and a selection of 12 OFF Frontières projects (including 6 European projects) which are presented to a large and diverse group of prominent industry professionals (producers, financers, sales agents, distributors).In total, 48 projects are presented annually in the Frontières circuit, including 24 projects with European producers/directors attached. International panels and conferences focusing on the genre movies (production, financing, distribution, marketing, exhibition etc.) are organised as well as networking sessions with producers, film funds, European and International institutions, special effects and post-production companies etc. Finally, the European Genre Film Market at BIFFF will include market screenings and a digital video library in the same venue as Frontières.

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Future for Restoration of Audiovisual Memory in Europe 2014 INSTITUT NATIONAL DE L'AUDIOVISUEL Europe créative MEDIA Formation

Financement Européen Obtenu : 34 663 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

The use of audiovisual content involves new technologies and new way of delivering contents. This use requires having its analogical contents digitized, described, accessible and promoted.The FRAME training addresses, in 2 sessions, each step of the management of these contents: implementation of best practices in terms of preservation and digitization of old content, management of a file-based archive (storage, media management, security of data…), rights’ management, description and accessibility of content for various audiences.The FRAME training is composed of 2 sessions:> The 1st session is dedicated to methodological and technical issues for the implementation of digitization for film, video and sound archives, and the choice of formats, storage and digital content infrastructures.It will take place in June 2015 and June 2016 at INA.> The 2nd session deals with the new uses of archives, the different users (professionals, researchers, and general public), documentation, rights’ management and physical and digital restoration of images.It will take place in October 2015 and October 2016 at INA.Professionals from INA, and also from other European and International organizations, will address today stakes thanks to theoretical courses, visits and case studies to 15 professionals per session working in the field of audiovisual archiving and use of digital contents. Participants will benefit from:> A complete overview of the available innovative solutions,> New competences needed to identify the adequate strategy, as regard to the conditions and local priorities, to design and implement the processing lines within their own organization, > The opportunity to strengthen their network of media archive managers.FRAME is organized by Ina EXPERT, centre for expertise in media and digital content of INA, with the support of the International Federation of Television Archives (FIAT/IFTA) and Eurovision Academy operated by EBU.

GET BLAKE! 2014 MARATHON MEDIA SAS Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 400 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

GET BLAKE! is a fast-paced, gag-loaded, action-packed, sci-fi infused, character-driven animated comedy with lots of hyphenated descriptions. Our hero is BLAKE MYERS, a fearless, adventure-seeking kid who races headlong into all of life’s experiences. Blake is an only child with loving parents - Dale and Darla Myers - who are always around but often busy running their home based business – Let’s Travel!Blake lives in the now - because the future is so, ya know, in the future. What’s impressive about Blake is that he lives for today, despite knowing the awesomeness that awaits him in the future! Blake is destined to become a courageous Space Ranger and protector of humankind against a marauding race of… squirrels?! No, not just regular old Earth-squirrels. …ALIEN squirrels!The central bad guy in GET BLAKE! is just like the Terminator… if the Terminator were three alien squirrels, minus the Austrian accent.These alien squirrels – or “Squaliens” – have been sent from the future by their Squalien General. Their mission: to make sure Blake Myers never grows up to be Blake Myers, Space Ranger. Hero. Defeater of Squaliens.From their super high-tech command center - now cunningly disguised as a regular earth tree in Blake’s backyard – the Squaliens must use everything they have at their disposal to put an end to Blake Myers. Only Blake and his best friend Mitch are aware of the alien squirrels’ existence and together, must fight this battle on their own.But the Squaliens soon discover that stopping Blake Myers isn’t as easy as it sounds…

Gogols 2014 MOBIGAME Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Jeu vidéo

Financement Européen Obtenu : 80 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Jeu vidéo

The Gogols project is a video game application for smartphone.UniverseThe player play the gogols, little fruit-like fellows evolving through diversified environments, overcoming obstacles and avoiding predators. The graphic style guide of the game, all audiences oriented, will be mainly addressed to children: the major part of the public targeted by the project.GameplayIn gameplay terms, it is a puzzle game where the player must lead the gogols to the exit of each stage.Unlike other games, the player doesn't control directly characters, but undirectly by interacting with the world and background's elements. It is about plants, creatures and other elements, but the ground itself too. Indeed, one of the distinctive feature of the game is the ability to deform ground and walls in order to solve particular situations. Another important feature is the use of liquids. Thanks to diverse interactive elements and the deformation of matter, the player will be required to use liquids like water or lava, in the aim of acting indirectly on the gogols or their predators. The goal stay nevertheless to create a game accessible to everyone, especially to the youngest.

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HOTEL MACHINE 2014 LES FILMS DU PRESENT Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Projet Isolé

Financement Européen Obtenu : 25 000 €

Région : Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur

Secteur : Industries culturelles

long métrage documentaire d'Emmanuel Licha : "Des hôtels de guerre à Sarajevo, Bagdad, Jérusalem, Beyrouth, Tripoli, Le Caire… Une équipe de tournage est là pour recueillir ces souvenirs.". Fiche MFDB : http://mfdb.eu/en/film-hotel_machine_c86690

Human cities – Challenging cities scale 2014 EPCC Cité du design - Ecole supérieure d'Art et de design Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 1 880 000 EUR

Région : Rhône-Alpes

Secteur : Création

Human Cities is shaped as a multidisciplinary European network composed of various profiles: universities, design centers and design weeks, ICT platforms, service design and creative design consultancies. Led by Cité du Design de Saint-Etienne [FR], the partners share their know how in innovating with people in the urban space using design as a creative and sustainable tool. The focus of Human Cities Network (2014-2018) will be to analyze, test and implement the process of engaging people in co-creating and “challenging the City scale and Flow space in Europe today”. People are the key to design change in a network society and to respond to the growth of ‘flow space’, which is both physical and digital. To go beyond planning practices on the urban territories, the partner cities are enhancing unplanned activities within a frame of 13 shared values: empathy, wellbeing, sustainability, intimacy and conviviality, mobility and accessibility, imagination and leisure, aesthetics, sensoriality, solidarity and respect. Those values applied to everyone follow an intergenerational equity. We are here on a subjective territory where ‘an alternative environment’ is sought. By rejecting 'specialities' and compartmentalised disciplines, this interdisciplinary and multicultural European partnership brings together designers, architects, urban planners, researchers, sociologists, philosophers, psychoanalysts, translators, artists, historians and art historians, bloggers... The State of the Art, which is enriched by Experimentation Labs, Users experiences and testing, Interaction and Exchange workshops in order to assess and implement sustainable results within the European urban territories, is coupled to Masterclasses and a ‘work in progress’ exhibition. Through applied research and co-creation, Human Cities Network appears as a continuous human-driven cultural programme questioning the position and status of people in relationship to their city and ever-changing flow space(s).

PARTENAIRES: 10 -> Estonie, Belgique, Pologne, Autriche, Slovénie, Finlande, Turquie, Pologne, République de Serbie, Italie.

DUREE : 48 MOIS

HUNDRAARINGEN SOM KLEV UT GENOM FÖNSTRET OCH FÖRSVANN 2014 STUDIOCANAL SA Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 150 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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IDA 2014 MEMENTO FILMS DISTRIBUTION Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 150 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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IL CAPITALE UMANO 2014 BAC FILMS DISTRIBUTION Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 99 600

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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IN SITU 2014 ASSOCIATION LIEUX PUBLICS - Centre national de création des arts de la rue Europe créative Culture Plateforme

Financement Européen Obtenu : 500 000 €

Région : PACA

Secteur : Création

Emerging art for emerging spacesEurope is the location of choice for artists who work for, in or with urban areas. By juxtaposing urban and natural landscapes, creating works involving local communities, using the city to make music, developing trails mixing a sensory approach and NTIC and more, artists looking to work out of the box are developing new artforms and relationships with audiences, creating a new public space within Europe.PlatformMembers work in cities and in natural landscapes alongside local citizens and communities, including those that are not regular visitors to conventional cultural venues. They reach 700,000 people every year through public events. After 10 years working together, IN SITU is organising itself into a platform around Lieux Publics (Marseille, France), in order to raise awareness of this sector across Europe. At opening, the platform includes 18 members from 13 countries in the European Union. In 3 years, it will include 30 members who together reach 1,000,000 people.“IN SITU Focus”Each member will present a “Focus” offering emerging European artists with dedicated communication materials and public and media events. These artists have already been identified, and they make up the IN SITU tribe, a catalogue of 150 European artists that will be enlarged each year by around thirty artists recognised for the quality and originality of their work and their connection with new audiences.StorytellingOur communication and brand strategy are designed as a story to be shared with the general public, mixing technological creativity with strong representation at big popular events.For and with artistsThe platform profiles around forty emerging European artists every year and involves them in other actions including: communication via NTIC linked to the artistic content of their creations; seminars between artists and art directors to explore new artforms; and artist contributions to storytelling or “ambassador missions” outside Europe.

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IN SITU ACT 2015 ASSOCIATION LIEUX PUBLICS - Centre national de création des arts de la rue Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 2 000 000

Région : PACA

Secteur : Création

Le résumé du projet sera publié dès qu'il sera en ligne sur le site de la commission européenne…

Partners : 17 -> Artopolis association (Hongrie), Association La Paperie (France), Association Les Tombées de la nuit (France), Atelier 231 (France), Centre International de formation en arts du spectacle (CIFAS) (Belgium), Ctyri dry (République tchèque), FAI-AR (France), Freedom Festival Trust (UK), INDISCIPLINARTE SRL (Italie), Københavns Internationale Teater (Danemark), La Strada - international festival of street art and puppet theatre (Autriche), Norfolk & Norwich Festival Ltd (UK), On-the-move.org (Belgium), Østfold kulturutvikling Scenekunst Østfold (Norvège), Province Limbourg (Belgium), Stichting Terschellings Oerol festival (Nederland), UZ Arts Limited (UK)

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INSTANT MIX THEATER LAB FOUNDING PROJECT 2015 Association Compagnie l'instant même Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 55 805,92 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Création

Le résumé du projet sera publié dès qu'il sera en ligne sur le site de la commission européenne…

Partners : 2 -> Middlesex University Higher Education Corporation (UK), University of Novi Sad Academy of Arts Novi Sad (Serbia)

JIMMY’S HALL 2014 LE PACTE Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 150 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Jour Polaire / Midnight Sun 2015 ATLANTIQUE PRODUCTIONS Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 1 000 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Un petit avion s'écrase en Laponie suédoise avec, à son bord, des bébés et trois adultes, dont un Français. Un officier de police française est missionné sur place pour aider l'inspectrice suédoise chargée de l'enquête. Dans ces vastes étendues, en pleine période de soleil de minuit, ces flics mettront au jour un trafic de nouveaux-nés volés en Russie et vendus à prix d'or en France.

KEVIN MAESTRO 2015 MONELLO PRODUCTIONS Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Projet Isolé

Financement Européen Obtenu : 60 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

MAX & MAESTRO - 52 x 13' - En développement pour France Télévisions, HR, RAI

Un gamin de Cité qui rêve de devenir musicien mais qui n'a pas le courage de le dire à sa famille et ses amis... ou les aventures mouvementées d'un garnement au don extraordinaire, en 52 histoires de leçons de musique et de leçons de vie.

KILUBU GHOST 2015 Kiupe Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Jeu vidéo

Financement Européen Obtenu : 35 000

Région : Rhône-Alpes

Secteur : Jeu vidéo

Dan is a ghost hunter in a quiet city called Kilubu.He is not really busy and spends most of his time chilling in his barracks as ghosts have not been seen since ages in Kilubu. But Dan's peace of mind is troubled when Kilubu's manor is infested with spirits and phantoms !Dan has no way but to step in... But he is so inexperienced and fearful that he counts on your precious help to get rid of every ghost in Kilubu !Kilubu Ghost is a mobile adventure game for kids. In this game, the player accompanies Dan, a ghost hunter in a haunted manor.The experience is a mix of exploration and action, with a strong narration and animated gags inspired from the cartoon universe.The game is divided into 6 chapters, allowing player to have game sessions lasting between 10 to 15 mn.Kilubu Ghost will be sold on iOS and Android.

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L’Europe au piano 2015 Piano aux Jacobins Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 200 000 €

Région : Midi-Pyrénées

Secteur : Spectacle vivant

Le résumé du projet sera publié dès qu'il sera en ligne sur le site de la commission européenne…

Partners : 2 -> Associazione musicale Muoio Clementi (Italy), Liszt Ferenc Zenemuveszeti Egyetem (Hungary)

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L’Europe autour de l’Europe – Festival de film d’auteur et d’art de la Grande Europe 2014 EVROPA FILM AKT L'EUROPE AUTOUR DE L'EUROPE Europe créative MEDIA Festival

Financement Européen Obtenu : 41 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

L’Europe autour de l’Europe - Festival de film d’auteur et d’art de la Grande Europe will run from March 16 until April 15 2015 in Paris and Île-de-France. The festival will screen 126 films (69 features) from a total of 40 European countries and 30 MEDIA participating countries. 61% of films shown come from countries with low production capacity. The festival shows feature films, documentaries, shorts, animations, new media and experimental films. Nine recently produced films (unreleased in France) compete for the Prix Sauvage and Prix Luna. With the ambition to stimulate the renewal of the European film production and emerging European talents, the Festival places film literacy activities in the heart of its politics. In addition to screenings, it presents master classes and panel discussions with filmmakers and prestigious guests from throughout Europe, and also film-related book signings, concerts, readings with the desire to present the rich diversity of European film culture and re-establish connections between the traditions of national cinematographies and new European cinema. Through the collaboration with partnered festivals and film networks ( European Film Academy, Kino Visegrad, Nordkapp Film Festival, Palic Film Festival, UNAFF, Arts Arena ...) the festival offers opportunities to dynamise and strengthen links between European film professionals all year round. In the focus this year are cinemas of Baltic countries and of Austria.

La Rançon – The Ransom 2016 LITTLE BIG STORY Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 104 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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La saga L’Oréal, un roman français 2014 FLACH FILM PRODUCTION Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Projet Isolé

Financement Européen Obtenu : 25 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Fiche MFDB : http://www.mfdb.eu/en/film-la_saga_loreal_un_roman_franaais_c86680

LA SCIENCE DES SOUCIS 2014 LES PRODUCTIONS VIVEMENT LUNDI Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Projet Isolé

Financement Européen Obtenu : 60 000 €

Région : Bretagne

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Fiche MFDB : http://www.mfdb.eu/en/film-la_science_des_soucis_c86908

LADYBUG 2014 ZAGTOON Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 500 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Paris, current day.Marinette and Adrian are two exceptional junior high school students. They have both been chosen to save Paris !Their mission: stop the Butterfly, a super baddy who spreads chaos in the City of Light. To fulfill their mission, they transform into superheroes: Marinette becomes LadyBug and Adrian becomes Black Cat.But LadyBug and Black Cat aren't aware of each other's true identity. Marinette doesn't know that behind the Black Cat costume is Adrian, the boy she is secretly in love with. Nor does he know that LadyBug is actually Marinette, a girl in his class.

LE DERNIER GAULOIS 2014 PROGRAM 33 SA Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 250 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

By the middle of the 1st Century BC, Ceasar's Empire spanned Europe, the Middle East, ans North Africa. The last opponents who tried to block his path to total domination were the great and lethal Gallic warriors. Far from depicting "the life and times of a Gallic village", this film offers the spectator a new and faithful image of a little-known civilization, which is all to often mythologised.

 

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Le Front du Wakhan 2014 KAZAK PRODUCTIONS Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Projet Isolé

Financement Européen Obtenu : 50 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Long métrage sorti sous le titre "Ni le ciel ni la terre" de Clément Cogitore : "Afghanistan 2014. À l'approche du retrait des troupes, le capitaine Antarès Bonassieu et sa section sont affectés à une mission de contrôle et de surveillance dans une vallée reculée du Wakhan, frontalière du Pakistan. Malgré la détermination d'Antarès et de ses hommes, le contrôle de ce secteur supposé calme va progressivement leur échapper. Par une nuit de septembre, des soldats se mettent à disparaître mystérieusement dans la vallée.". Fiche MFDB : http://mfdb.eu/en/film-ni_le_ciel_ni_la_terre_c86675.

Le Maestro à la recherche de la musique des camps 2015 Les Bons Clients Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 135 244 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Une enquête haletante et vertigineuse. Un voyage dans le temps contre l’oubli, à la mémoire de ces femmes et hommes qui ont fait de la musique un acte de résistance.

LE MERAVIGLIE 2014 AD VITAM SARL Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 99 600

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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LE MONDE EN PLIS 2015 LA COMPAGNIE DES TAXI-BROUSSE Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 70 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

In Japan, for centuries every school-child has learnt the art of folding paper : origami. In Europe, it is generally dunces and bored pupils who make paper fortune-tellers and aeroplanes at the back of the classroom…The rules are simple : no scissors, no glue, just a sheet of paper and folds. But origami is more than that. Origamists today are able to produce quite extraordinary and apparently impossible forms : whole cathedrals, insects with a full array of antennae and legs.Mathematicians, origamists and computer wizards have all played a part in the origami revolution over the past 20 years. They have mathematically demonstrated that they could fold everything, in any shape, no matter how complex.Today engineers, researchers in biology, robotics, nanotechnologies, are embracing this "origami philosophy". Engineers exploit the technique to deploy a solar sail in space, to fold a telescope or an airbag. In medicine, researchers develop folded microsensors to be injected into the human body and origami-inspired artificial skin. It also brings about a greater understanding of the world around us, in life sciences, in the comprehension of evolutive mechanisms concerning the selection of more ‘economical’ processes in the development of life. Scientists use origami concepts for computer simulations of protein and DNA ‘folding’ in their research into gene therapies.« The world in folds » explores the unexpected emergence of this playful, ancestral art on the frontiers of the most contemporary scientific research.

LE PETIT SPIROU 2015 LES FILMS DU CAP SAS Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Projet Isolé

Financement Européen Obtenu : 50 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

PITCH : Il y avait déjà LE GRAND SPIROU. Désormais, il y a LE PETIT SPIROU. Comprenons-nous : même si LE PETIT est plus petit que LE GRAND (qui est le plus grand)… LE PETIT, ce n’est pas le petit frère du GRAND. LE PETIT SPIROU, c’est simplement LE GRAND quand il était petit. C’est clair, non ?

GENRE : Comédie pour enfants

RÉALISATEUR : Nicolas Bary

SCÉNARIO : Laurent Turner, Nicolas Bary - adapté de la bande dessinée éponyme "Le Petit Spirou" de Tome et Janry aux Editions Dupuis

Le siège : sarajevo 1992-1995 2014 AGAT FILMS ET CIE SAS Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 70000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

At the end of the 20th century, Sarajevo lived through a 1 395 day siege - the longest siege in human history. 300.000 sarajevians lived through this siege. 11.541 of them were killed and thousands were wounded.A siege is a unique phenomenon in a war, because soldiers and civilians are forced to live together on the front, because military combat becomes a fight to the death, because the absence of supplies puts survival at stake. And Sarajevo is a unique city, where resistance through culture and humor became as striking as the combat and the military events.Rémy Ourdan arrived in Sarajevo in summer of 1992, aged 23. He was looking for adventure, he wanted to witness war and to write. He became a journalist. Captivated by the besieged city, its violence and its charm, and by the people of Sarajevo, he very quickly took the decision to remain in Sarajevo until the end of the war. He says it’s in Sarajevo that he began his life as a man. The siege of Sarajevo is the story of a battle, of a ghetto, and of a resistance movement. It’s the story of a civilization facing the worst challenge of its history.Recounting the story of the siege is recounting the personal stories of those who lived through it : the Sarajevans, the reporters “voluntary besieged”. This film will recount the human adventure of the siege. Through Sarajevo and beyond Sarajevo, “The Siege” which will both be a story rooted in one of the strongest moments in history of the century, and a universal and timeless story, a vertiginous descent into war.This 90 minutes documentary is directed by Rémy Ourdan and Patrick Chauvel. Revisionnings are being conceptualized.

LE YARK 2014 AUTOUR DE MINUIT PRODUCTIONS Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Projet Isolé

Financement Européen Obtenu : 60000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Le Yark est un monstre qui ne peut consommer que des enfants sages, car la chair des méchants lui cause de terribles problèmes digestifs… Dans notre monde moderne, hélas, les enfants sages sont une denrée rare et le monstre a de plus en plus de mal à se nourrir. Et lorsqu’il se liera d’amitié avec la plus gentille petite fille du monde, le Yark affrontera un dilemme : mourir de faim ou survivre en dévorant celle qui est devenue sa meilleure amie…

Les Arcs Coproduction Village 2014 ASSOCIATION RÉVÉLATIONS CULTURELLES Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 42 500 €

Région : Rhône-Alpes

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Two of the three activities taking place during the Industry events organised by Les Arcs European Film Festival are concerned in this project:- Les Arcs Coproduction Village, which presents carefully selected European feature-length projects in development looking for partners to producers, sales agents, distributors, institutions and financiers. Since 2011, the work-in-progress session showcases extracts of films in late stage of post-production seeking sales representatives or complementary financing. Seminars and case studies complement the event by providing attendees with additional tools to better understand the mechanisms of European coproductions.- The IDEC days (Independent Distributors and Exhibitors Convention) which gather each year distributors and exhibitors to discuss the key aspects of theatrical releases of European films. During this event, European films are screened to an audience of exhibitors in order to facilitate the circulation of European Cinema in France. IDEC days also include discussions on a specific topic each year ("digital tools (social networks, interactive media...) for distributors and exhibitors" in 2013).In addition to Les Arcs Coproduction Village and the IDEC days, Révélations Culturelles is launching this year the first edition of Paris Coproduction Village in collaboration with the Champs-Elysées Film Festival in June 2014.This new coproduction platform will encourage European professionals to get involved in international coproductions thanks to one-to-one meetings with representatives of the selected projects and the six residents of Cannes' Cinéfondation. Seminars will also be organised during this event.

Les Arcs Coproduction Village 2015 ASSOCIATION RÉVÉLATIONS CULTURELLES Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 42 500 €

Région : Rhône-Alpes

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Two of the three activities taking place during the Industry events organised by Les Arcs European Film Festival are concerned in this project:- Les Arcs Coproduction Village, which presents carefully selected European feature-length projects in development looking for partners to producers, sales agents, distributors, institutions and financiers. Since 2011, the work-in-progress session showcases extracts of films in late stage of post-production seeking sales representatives or complementary financing. Seminars and case studies complement the event by providing attendees with additional tools to better understand the mechanisms of European coproductions.- The IDEC days (Independent Distributors and Exhibitors Convention) which gather each year distributors and exhibitors to discuss the key aspects of theatrical releases of European films. During this event, European films are screened to an audience of exhibitors in order to facilitate the circulation of European Cinema in France. IDEC days also include discussions on a specific topic each year ("digital tools (social networks, interactive media...) for distributors and exhibitors" in 2013).In addition to Les Arcs Coproduction Village and the IDEC days, Révélations Culturelles is launching this year the first edition of Paris Coproduction Village in collaboration with the Champs-Elysées Film Festival in June 2014.This new coproduction platform will encourage European professionals to get involved in international coproductions thanks to one-to-one meetings with representatives of the selected projects and the six residents of Cannes' Cinéfondation. Seminars will also be organised during this event.

Les Arcs Coproduction Village 2016 ASSOCIATION REVELATIONS CULTURELLES Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 60 000 €

Région : Rhône-Alpes

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Les Colons 2015 Les Films du Poisson Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 80 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

If the struggle between Israel and the Palestinians really lies at the heart of the Middle East conflict, then the fate of the region will be determined by the future of the Jewish settlements in the West Bank. Even though no Jews lived in the historic Jewish heartland of Judea and Samaria before the 1967 Six Day War, it is now home to 370,000 Jewish settlers, a population that is growing at four times the rate of the rest of Israel.Who are these settlers, who are almost universally regarded as obstacles to peace in the region? What brought them to this contested bit of land to build their homes among a hostile population? How is the rapid growth of this phenomenon, from just a handful of ideologues into a mass movement, changing Israeli society as a whole? Who are their supporters, in Israel and abroad? Can they conceivably be moved?THE SETTLERS is a riveting documentary that offers the first comprehensive look at the settler phenomenon, from its origins just before the Six Day War, right up until today. While it is true that the Occupation have been covered by the media extensively, very little has actually been said about the evolving historical and ideological forces that led to the creation of the first tiny settlements, which now lies behind whole cities. And not much has been said about the settlers themselves, a community almost as diverse in its outlooks, origins, ideologies and socioeconomic backgrounds as Israeli society itself.With unprecedented access to the settlements, THE SETTLERS explores the disturbingly familiar world that the settlers have created for themselves at the heart of a century-old conflict. Combining history and headlines, the film offers a comprehensive look at the meeting of History with a group of radicals, idealists, messianic fanatics, true believers, and political opportunists. All of them live on the fault lines of this age-old conflict, and every one of them has the potential to ignite the powder keg that is the Middle East.

Les disparus de Saint-Agil 2014 RAN ENTERTAINMENT SARL Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Projet Isolé

Financement Européen Obtenu : 50 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Fiche MFDB : http://www.mfdb.eu/en/film-les_disparus_de_saintagil_c86724

LES ENQUETES DE MIRETTE 2015 CYBER GROUP STUDIOS Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 500 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

First, there is... Mirette, a ten year old with a passion for investigation! Disappearances, thefts, clues, suspects, culprits, high-speed chases, arrests... She loves it all! In the course of her various investigations, she’s assisted by Jean-Pat, her “catssistant”, a lazy but extremely efficient ginger tomcat who just loves his food. Above all there is ... Humour, as those two inseparables argue endlessly, get right back at one another with fun one-liners, while enjoying the fine art of dialogue. The series’ humour stems from their relationship as much as from the situations they wind up into. And last but not least there are... The greatest cities in the world, from London to Paris, via New-York or Cairo. A great opportunity for our dynamic duo to travel the world! Let's follow them on their thrilling adventures around the world, and enjoy laughter and moments of friendship !

Les Naufragés d’Ythaq Le jeu 2015 Artefacts Studio Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Jeu vidéo

Financement Européen Obtenu : 133 260 €

Région : Nord-Pas-de-Calais

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Les Naufragés d’Ythaq - le jeu, est un jeu de rôle (RPG) tactique futuriste dont les combats se déroulent au tour par tour, camp par camp. L’exploration des environnements du jeu se fait en temps réel.
Il reprend l’univers des Naufragés d’Ythaq, bande dessinée écrite par Christophe Arleston (aussi auteur des BD sur l'Univers de Troy) et illustrée par Adrien Floch.
Le jeu reprend l’intrigue de la bande dessinée en proposant d’incarner les personnages principaux, mais aussi enrichit l'univers en proposant un point de vue nouveau. Il permet en effet d'incarner un deuxième groupe de personnages, créé spécifiquement pour le jeu, dont l'histoire alterne avec celle des personnages principaux.

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LES REVENANTS (Saison 2) 2014 HAUT ET COURT TV Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 1 000 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

THE RETURNED is a supernatural drama TV series (8x52 minutes) created by Fabrice Gobert, based on the 2004 film of the same name by Robin Campillo. Set in a small mountain town, Season 1 recounts the return to life of several people who have been dead for years. The only problem is, they don't know that they are dead, that they have aged and that no one is quite expecting them. Determined to resume their place in a life that no longer exists, little by little these individuals discover that they are not the only revenants and that their return is accompanied by increasingly strange disturbances. Season 1 comes to a close as a menacing horde of revenants converge on an outreach association, The Helping Hand, the Town's last bastion in which the inhabitants have taken refuge.Season 2 takes up the story six months after the end of Season 1. The Valley had flooded and the Town is still partially under water. Yet despite a general evacuation, some have decided to stay on in the hope of finding their loved ones abducted by the Horde. Among them are Adèle, Jérôme, Léna and Pierre, trying in vain to resume a normal life, yet still haunted by the recent events…The Returned have vanished without trace… or at least so it seems, as in reality they are holed up nearby on a housing estate cut off by the flooding. They are still holding captive Julie, Victor, Camille and Claire, who have had to adapt as best they could to this refugee life.However, this precarious equilibrium is endangered by a new wave of resurrections…

LES SOUVENIRS DE MAMETTE 2014 2 MINUTES SAS Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Projet Isolé

Financement Européen Obtenu : 60 000 €

Région : Poitou-Charentes

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Animation 52x13' : "L'année de ses 9 ans, en 1935, la petite Marinette est confiée à ses grands-parents et son acariâtre tante Suzon pour rester vivre à la ferme, le temps que les choses s’arrangent entre ses parents. A son arrivée, Marinette a eu du mal à s’adapter à sa nouvelle vie aux champs, mais grâce à son caractère déterminé et un brin impertinent, elle a su se faire sa place. Et bien qu’elle doive répondre à des règles très strictes, Marinette trouve toujours un moyen de s’amuser. Même le long trajet pour aller à l’école peut devenir une aventure surtout quand la tentation de faire l’école buissonnière pointe le bout de son nez ! Cette année à la ferme va aider Marinette à grandir et à comprendre les règles... pour mieux s'en affranchir !".

LES SOUVENIRS DE MAMETTE 2015 2 MINUTES SAS Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 500000

Région : Poitou-Charentes

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Animation 52x13' : "L'année de ses 9 ans, en 1935, la petite Marinette est confiée à ses grands-parents et son acariâtre tante Suzon pour rester vivre à la ferme, le temps que les choses s’arrangent entre ses parents. A son arrivée, Marinette a eu du mal à s’adapter à sa nouvelle vie aux champs, mais grâce à son caractère déterminé et un brin impertinent, elle a su se faire sa place. Et bien qu’elle doive répondre à des règles très strictes, Marinette trouve toujours un moyen de s’amuser. Même le long trajet pour aller à l’école peut devenir une aventure surtout quand la tentation de faire l’école buissonnière pointe le bout de son nez ! Cette année à la ferme va aider Marinette à grandir et à comprendre les règles... pour mieux s'en affranchir !".

Lolirock Musical Quest 2014 MARATHON MEDIA SAS Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Jeu vidéo

Financement Européen Obtenu : 110 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Jeu vidéo

Who hasn’t dreamed of living the adventures of one’s favorite heroes or heroines?LoliRock Musical Quest offers its players (mainly girls) the opportunity to become one of three heroines (Iris, Auriana or Talia) and to experience her extraordinary daily life in Sunny Bay. The action takes place in the key places of the series, with different games associated with each location. These activities allow the player to earn points, bonuses or never-before-seen games that can also be purchased or won by watching episodes on TV (TV synchronization technology).The player can then participate in the quest, comprised of magical obstacles and battles. The goal is to find the magic crystals that form the crown of Ephedia and defeat the evil Gramorr. Synchronizing with the TV broadcast allows the game to precisely follow the story of each newly aired episode. For example, short game stories and dialogue that refer to events in the episode.The game unfolds around the map of Sunny Bay, which is an interactive menu (the “hub”) where the player navigates from place to place according to her desires. The various characters of the series are found here. Example: It is possible to make small talk with Nathaniel at the Smoothie Bar, then move into the fun activities.Lolirock Musical Quest is an ambitious game based on two innovations that haven’t been exploited yet among games for children: TV synchronization and augmented reality synchronized with TV contents.The players will live an original enriched transmedia experience based on the original series story. Thus, not only will they earn points, bonuses, new games but also they will win exclusive contents (music clips, accessories, outfits, secret stories, etc.) while watching the original broadcasted TV series. The TV synchronization enhances the TV series: it will allow the players to progress faster in the game and better understand the universe of the series and the characters' psychology.

Louise Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun – The portrait of the Queen and The Lady Traveler 2015 ILLEGITIME DEFENSE Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 180 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Louise-Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun is mainly known for her portraits of Marie-Antoinette and major European personalities of the 18th and 19th century. But she is and foremost a woman who led an extraordinary life, both personally and professionally.Born in 1755, she died at age 87, living through several periods (political regimes, turmoils, wars and battles) that marked Europe.Vigée Le Brun 660 portraits of the bourgeoisie and aristocracy are a vivid heritage of this European History. She was an extremely modern woman who travelled extensively to Italy, Austria, Russia, England, an artist who was celebrated in courts and art academies all over Europe. The freedom of Vigée Le Brun, though she was a woman of the Ancient Regime from certain aspects, echoes that of the contemporary women. She was an artist, but also a shrewd business woman, a wheeler and dealer before her time, a divorced mother, financially and legally independent, an adventurer by necessity.While a life like this was possible for an 18th century woman, the constrainsts of the following century would relegate them to the less glorious role of wives and mothers, and they would have to wait another century to win back their autonomy.The three coming exhibitions in Paris (2015), New York and Ottawa (2016) represent the most important retrospective of her work and will give her back the legitimate place she deserves in the history of art and portraits.Louise-Elisabeth Vigée Le brun said about the pre-revolutionary period: "Women ruled supreme then, but the Revolution dethroned them". Using fiction, archives, interviews, live action and SFX, this 2-part-docu-drama oscillates between the individual, romanesque destiny and the history of the world.

LUNE (MOON) 2014 CAMERA LUCIDA PRODUCTIONS EURL Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 210000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Since the dawn of time, the Moon plays a fundamental role in biological life: it acts like the pendulum of the terrestrial clock, dictating its rhythm to everything alive. As a universal symbol and a source of fascination, the Moon is present in every civilisation, through myths, legends and dreams. The 90' prime time special will take us on a scientific odyssey revisiting the incredibly subtle clockwork linking the Moon to the Earth. In a perfect balance with the sun, Moon's attraction enabled life to bloom on our blue planet. It will also take viewers on a journey across the ages, cultures and religions revealing the fascination and powerful source of inspiration provided by this planet. The project MOON takes its roots in the desire of François de Riberolles to relate, in a 90 minute epic saga, the influences of our only satellite on the birth and the development of life on earth, including nature and mankind. This long format is original and ambitious, since it offers to relate, in only one tale, nearly four billion years of life on earth and opts for a treatment combining real-life footage, archives, computer graphics and animations. Showing why and how our planet’s destiny is intimately linked to the Moon’s destiny opens on a wide field of exploration. The transmedia project we are presenting offers a transverse discovery allowing numerous variations, including science, history, imagination and culture via different media platforms: two 52 minute films, “Secrets of the Moon”, to bring an expert and a scientist view on this epic. A mobile application, to acknowledge this spiral in which our planet is drawn into by the lunar cycle, punctuated by religious holidays or under influence of naturel events. An interactive installation, to understand the physical phenomena linking these two planets and making them an inseparable pair. At last, an events website, to communicate on the project and create a “Moon hunters” community.

MA MA 2016 KMBO Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 99 600 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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MACONDO 2014 MEMENTO FILMS DISTRIBUTION Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 99 600

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Sortie le 25 mars 2015 du film Le Petit Homme de Sudabeh Mortezai : "A 11 ans, Ramasan est déjà un homme sous ses allures de petit garçon. Réfugié en Autriche avec sa mère et ses deux soeurs, il essaie de remplacer du mieux qu'il peut son père mort en Tchétchénie. L'arrivée d'Issa, un ancien ami de son père, va bousculer son quotidien.". Fiche MFDB : http://mfdb.eu/en/film-macondo_c86738

MAGIKI 2016 TELE IMAGES PRODUCTIONS Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 500 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Marché du film Court de Clermont 2014 Sauve qui peut le court métrage Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 185 000 €

Région : Auvergne

Secteur : Industries culturelles

The Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Market is the unique true marketplace for short films at European level acknowledged as such by the industry. Its 30th edition will take place from January 31st to February 6th 2015. It includes the following components: an exhibition hall (1,000 m2) where companies and organizations promote their films and activities. A digital video library with 39 viewing units open from 9am to 9pm during 7 days and where over 8,000 new titles (generating 16,635 film viewings in 2014). Market screenings (30 in 2014) presented in a 160-seat theatre or via server. A carefully designed series of targeted industry events and presentations from buyers/operators detailing their acquisition policies. A specific industry event dedicated to co-production called Euro Connection. A MEDIA Rendez-Vous area, where networking and one-on-one industry meetings are facilitated. A series of publications and online/connected tools: Market catalogue, Industry Directory (3,274 attending industry visitors in 2014), the Shortfilmdepot platform (for the registration of films), Pro Services (with buyers and distributors’ profiles, personal directories options, film playlists options, and an online extension of the Market video library).

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Marché du Film Court de Clermont-Ferrand 2017 2016 Sauve qui peut le court métrage Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 185 000 €

Région : Auvergne

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Marché International du Film d’Animation (MIFA) 2014 CITIA Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 300 000 €

Région : Rhône-Alpes

Secteur : Industries culturelles

This market ensures the best prerequisites for: - developing a network and expounding on opportunities with over 2,500 professionals from the field; - meeting with key prescribers for co-productions, acquisitions or program financing;- directly presenting contents to a gathering of over 300 buyers and distributors (TV, movies, short films and new media); - meeting the top talents of today and tomorrow; - obtaining the latest information on the industry’s current changes and future stakes, through conferences, panels, keynotes…

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Marché International du Film d’Animation (MIFA) 2015 CITIA Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 300 000 €

Région : Rhône-Alpes

Secteur : Industries culturelles

This market ensures the best prerequisites for: - developing a network and expounding on opportunities with over 2,500 professionals from the field; - meeting with key prescribers for co-productions, acquisitions or program financing;- directly presenting contents to a gathering of over 300 buyers and distributors (TV, movies, short films and new media); - meeting the top talents of today and tomorrow; - obtaining the latest information on the industry’s current changes and future stakes, through conferences, panels, keynotes…

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Marché International du Film d’Animation (MIFA) 2016 CITIA Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 300 000

Région : Rhône-Alpes

Secteur : Audiovisuel

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medici.tv 2015 2014 MUSEEC SAS Europe créative MEDIA Distribution en Ligne

Financement Européen Obtenu : 400 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

medici.tv became in few years the #1 worldwide VOD platform for classical music & performing arts. This achievement has been made possible by the support of our partners and shareholders and the financial engagement of MEDIA & CNC.We are at a decisive step of our short history: either, we stay stable and take a major risk of weariness; either we decide to accelerate our development, make new bets and therefore new investments and create a long term success.This 1st step achieved, the relevance is proven. Results are very encouraging, confirming our 1st intuitions: niche market, worldwide strategy, streaming only, multi devices, diversified business model. But the lesson is that the breakeven is harder to reach than expected. If we don’t reinvest significant amounts, we take the risk of a deceleration or that a new or bigger player kills our market.We need to reinforce our efforts in 5 main areas:TEAM: due to the fast increase of our various businesses, we have to enlarge the staff with more senior people and to have a 1st level of middle management.CONTENT: even if we already have access to the best contents, we could go further in signing more exclusive productions. We regularly have to pass projects due to our smaller offers in front of other broadcasters.TECHNOLOGY: our capacity to offer the best user experience is a key factor of our success. We are developing new functionalities but we have to invest more in R&D. Our multi screens strategy requires permanent upgrades and we have to be ready for the next steps.MARKETING: since 2014 we can finally implement real digital campaigns with positive ROI. But the level of investments is still low. Reaching a critical size in advertising is a priority to accelerate our conversion rate.INTERNATIONAL: our business is global. It is time to address more aggressively new markets: China, Brazil, Russia.2017 will mark the 10th anniversary of medici.tv. We want to celebrate it with the pride of a real success story.

Min lilla syster 2016 URBAN DISTRIBUTION Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 45 700 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Miru Miru 2015 FOLIMAGE STUDIO SARL Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 266 500 €

Région : Rhône-Alpes

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Mirou, notre petit héros toujours très curieux, est une petite loutre de mer. Animé d’une belle énergie, il est entouré de ses amis Iguane, Chauve-Souris, Raton-Laveur, Hérisson et Grenouille, et pose un petit regard frais et naïf sur le quotidien en utilisant les objets de façon amusante et décalée. Il apprécie les petits bonheurs simples et quotidiens qu’apportent l’amitié, la nature et la poésie.

MISS JULIE 2014 PRETTY PICTURES Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 99 600

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Multiple revenue stream training for future films 2014 EUROPEAN WOMENS AUDIOVISUAL NETWORK Europe créative MEDIA Formation

Financement Européen Obtenu : 60 000 €

Région : Alsace

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Multiple Revenue Stream Training (MRST) for future films will be a three-part course over a year starting December 2014, in Glasgow, Scotland, aimed at producers with a nascent project who have already successfully crowd-funded for a feature or documentary and/or can show demonstrable motivation in learning about new technologies. As selected projects will be offered online digital distribution on completion provided they reach the level required as assessed by the distribution experts, this training is aimed at middle to high-level participants. The course will equip participants from the outset with leading advice from experts on crowd-funding, branding, marketing, different business models and audience building. In between each 3-day workshop there will be monthly assignments and online coaching sessions with feedback. Workshop 1 will explore successful crowd-funding strategies, online marketing techniques and new business models to build audience development. Workshop 2 will provide the opportunity for participants to develop pitching and negotiating skills to commercial brands. Workshop 3 will offer participants the opportunity to finalize their business plans and project packages and then pitch these projects to the experts from digital and traditional distribution present; only those projects which are considered sufficiently solid will be selected for free online distribution and accompanying marketing support when the project is released. Deals concluded with sponsors and level of project advancement will be taken into consideration as will the overall business strategy. All of the tutors, experts and decision-makers are committed to promoting diversity of content and helping producers become more "tech savvy" to ensure wider audience reach.

MURDER PARTY 2014 CYANIDE SA Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Jeu vidéo

Financement Européen Obtenu : 150000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Welcome to the island of Doctor Mortimer.Murder Party aims to place the player at the heart of a subtle "mise en abîme" between the fact that he is playing a video game (an unreal work par excellence) and the fact that the on-screen character is questioning the truth of the reality that surrounds him.We aim to create an experience that will often prompt the player to ponder and to question the "Truth" of what he sees.Once on the island, lost in the middle of nowhere, the adventure will take the player into the depths of his own psyche.Who are you? Why are you here? How will you react when your "hero" speaks directly to you, from behind your screen?Ghastly creatures, unexplained murders, improbable characters, paranoia… everything will be developed for the player to experience a psychological thriller from which he will not emerge unscathed... that is, if he manages to emerge. But do step inside...The aim is to rethink the genre. Move away from game stats and percentages and closer to the true essence of role play: CHOICE. So we are closer to the philosophy of a paper role playing game (interactions with meaning, skills unlocking new choices, respect of the chosen role). Far from dialogue shots, reverse shots and contemplative cut scenes, interactivity will be the heart of the story.

New Open Working process for the performing arts – N.O.W 2014 Extrapole Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 200 000 EUR

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Création

Our interconnected world is living through major disruptions and the dying days of certain European socio-economic models. These changes require us to find creative solutions that will help our societies to adapt. The cultural Europe needs to work collectively to find the new spring boards for its evolution: in short, we have to reinvent how we work.The NOW project brings together a range of complementary production skills and structures with different missions within a very varied and at times tense European geo-political context. The projects wants to lay down the foundations of a transnational skills hub, one which includes from the very start a broad view of territory.By mobilising all the payers in the performing arts value chain, NOW wants to create a collective space which will allow us to come up with ideas and test, experimentally specific methodologies to accompany and support the artistic project and how it is received by its public.This experimental process is split into four interdependent laboratories.A FOREWARD LOOKING COOPERATIVE SPACE To analyse and investigate our practices to identify the new needs and strengthen the skills of both accompanying structures and artistsA NETWORK ACCOMPANIMENT To implement an intercultural coaching practice for economic and territorial strategic development, that privileges sustainable practiceCOMMISSIOING, A RENEWED TOOL FOR PRDUCTION To draw up a call for offer, and involve civil society in the commission in order to regenerate the relationship between artists and publicAN INNOVATIVE MEDIATION PRACTICE To refresh the critical environment in partnership with researchers using new mediation tools to develop the public The partner networks and the digital platform which will be set up will ensure the widest possible dissemination of the documentation and the results, benefitting the broad European artistic and cultural sector.

PARTENAIRES : 7 -> France (1), Islande, Italie, Espagne, Hongrie, Italie, Belgique

DUREE : 36 MOIS

Olffi – Online film financing 2016 ONLINE FILM FINANCING OLFFI SAS Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 130 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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ON JOUE A QUOI 2015 GMG Productions Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Projet Isolé

Financement Européen Obtenu : 25 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Opération Noël 2015 LES PRODUCTIONS VIVEMENT LUNDI Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Projet Isolé

Financement Européen Obtenu : 60 000 €

Région : Bretagne

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Unitaire d'animation en vue d'une diffusion pour les fêtes de fin d'année.

Dans la semaine qui précède les fêtes de Noël, les sapins d’une ville moyenne sont victimes d’actes de vandalisme.

Pour Roxane, la star du sapin, c’est une catastrophe ! Si elle ne peut pas briller comme chaque année à la cime de l’arbre de Noël, la fête sera gâchée.

Les jouets et les figurines de Noël décident de tout mettre en œuvre pour protéger l’arbre d’une inquiétante secte de “serial scieurs”.

Pour réussir dans leur entreprise, les jouets tentent de convaincre Black Sun de mettre sa science des arts martiaux à leur service. Mais le super-héros est une poupée usée par le temps. L’esprit de résistance pourra-t-il encore souffler dans ce corps de latex fatigué ?

Orson Welles, autopsie d’une légende 2014 COMPAGNIE DES PHARES ET BALISES SAS Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 67770

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Imagining a film about Orson Welles is deciding from the onset, whatever you do, not to make a classic biographybut to break the structure of chronology and opt for a something that plays on surprise, the unexpected, metaphor,tales, fables and allegory.A man of many facets, Orson Welles is an evasive and infinitely interpretable character: the moralist, the humanist,the militant, the believer, unbeliever, the Dom Juan, the bon vivant, American and stateless, the barbarian and the Renaissance man, the magician, the filmmaker, theater man, poet, and always the prodigal child seeking his identity. He is a child dragging us through his mirrored labyrinth which he whimsically erases and recreates infinitely.It is a considerable challenge.One word comes to mind: puzzle. A multitude of pieces, of dissimilar elements that I must, in one way or another,assemble together to create a meaning of sorts.A brain-teaser if there ever was one.

OSCAR & HOO 2016 NORMAAL Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 500 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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PEPINIERES IN NETWORKING 2014 PEJA (PEPINIERES EUROPEENES POUR JEUNES ARTISTES) Europe créative Culture Réseau

Financement Européen Obtenu : 194.589,34 EUR

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Création

Listening to the challenges that lie ahead , with Pépinières IN Networking project aims to provide renew , strengthen and expand its network in a dynamic open world , innovation, professionalism and sharing for provide more innovative solutions in the accompanying mobility of a young generation of artists and professionals working together to implement co- creation and co- curricular European and international scale .In this state of mind , it develops a new work program structured , coherent and innovative , which aims to renew the operation to make it more in line with today's realities including the study :- New forms of exchange based economies,- Technological tools to facilitate and enhance communication,- New practices in the discovery of other sectors, and the implementation of a dating forum dedicated to emerging artists and transdisciplinarity , to support mobility and professionalization of young artists and cultural actors.Through this renewal, Nurseries hear assert their expertise in the implementation of programs emerging artistic mobility , professionalization , innovation with transdisciplinarity to enrich expressions.Developed over three years , this program is built around three actions:Action 1: The network : Exchange , professionalize , Innovate .Action 2: mobility programs 2014-2017 " encounter and produce together."Action 3 : General Communication: Making readable, dissemination.

Performance(s) between two shores : Arab Artists in Europe 2015 Les Bancs Publics - Lieu d'expérimentations culturelles Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 195 803 €

Région : PACA

Secteur : Art dans l'espace public

Le résumé du projet sera publié dès qu'il sera en ligne sur le site de la commission européenne…

Partners : 5 -> SHUBBAK: a window on contemporary Arab culture (UK), Palais des Beaux Arts (Belgium), Freihandelszone e.V. (Germany), Stichting Dancing on the Edge (Nederland), Stiftelsen Studio Emad Eddin (Sweeden)

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PHOENIX 2015 DIAPHANA DISTRIBUTION SA Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 99 600

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Sortie le 28 janvier 2015 du film Phoenix de Christian Petzold : "Au lendemain de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, Nelly, une survivante de l'Holocauste revient chez elle sous une nouvelle identité. Elle découvre que son mari l'a trahie…" Fiche MFDB : http://mfdb.eu/en/film-phoenix_c85816.

PRIDE 2014 PATHE DISTRIBUTION Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 150 000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Prime European TV Series 2014 EUROCHANNEL EUROPE Europe créative MEDIA Distribution en Ligne

Financement Européen Obtenu : 60 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

VOD is still a new usage in Europe, however this new type of platform offers great opportunities to speed up the spread and broadcasting of European show and make it available to anyone on the continent. Shows, and particularly TV series, are highly appreciated among TV viewers, mostly the 20-35 year-old segment. Local and American TV shows are for the moment massively dominant in every single European markets, nonetheless, European series are beginning to increase their visibility. New technologies will accelerate this tendency, and those include VOD platforms. Indeed, contrary to movies, that are distributed through many different channels (festivals, theaters, TV, DVD, VOD etc.), TV shows solely rely on TV channel to be available to the public. This limitation is an obvious brake in its development among popular culture.In this contact, Eurochannel will launch the first edition of the event Prime European TV Series, on a transeuropean scale. It will be featured simultaneously in 8 countries: Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, France, Iceland, Poland, Portugal, Serbia and the United Kingdom.From January 1st to December 31st 2015, Europeans will have the chance to discover exclusive series, available in VOD on the Eurochannel platform, in their original version with subtitles or dubbing. Three series will be launched, throughout the year.Each launch will be a unique audiovisual event, covered by European media and relayed by Eurochannel partners.Media subvention will be designed to create subtitles from the original language of the series to English, French, Portuguese, Serbian and Albanian, as well as Polish dubbing.

RE MI : Re-engineering moving image 2014 Mire Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 127 872,91 €

Région : Pays-de-la-Loire

Secteur : Industries culturelles

As the film industry has almost completely abandoned celluloid for digital technology, artists have gained access to masses of discarded equipment that would have previously been beyond reach. This allows brand new possibilities to explore the mechanics and materiality of film, its incredible micro-granular world , its living emulsion, its play of light and shadow, and the making of cinema in ways previously undreamed.The core partners of the RE MI project - Mire, WORM.Filmwerkplaats and LaborBerlin - will share, preserve and develop their unique knowledge of film and reinforce the international network of independent laboratories in Europe and its connections further afield.RE MI has 4 main thematic focuses:RE-EXPLORING UNEXPLORED PATHSUpdate and develop 'primitive' photochemical processes through a research seminar and symposium on Handmade Emulsion and Primitive ColourRE-ACTIVATING THE NETWORKOrganizing an International Film Labs Meeting, 4 workshop tours and 4 meetings between the core RE MI partnersRE-ACTIVATING THE FILM AUDIENCERevealing the current artistic vitality of film, organizing regular public screenings, a Meeting the Film Labs event parallel to the International Film Labs Meeting and the Film In the Present Tense symposiumRE-ENGINEERING THE INDUSTRYPreserving industrial heritage for artistic development, organizing Masterclasses, Workshops and Residencies, with a philosophy of transmission between former film industry technicians, experienced film artists, students and young filmmakersThe following aims will be achieved: progress in photochemical research, expansion of the Film Lab Network, further development of contemporary film art's audience, enhancement of a new generation of filmmakers' skills and preservation of industrial heritage.During the 2 years project, online technical documentation will be produced, films reinvesting new acquired skills made and a booklet gathering contributions from RE MI guests published.

PARTENAIRES : 2 -> Allemagne, Pays-Bas

DUREE : 24 MOIS

Réalisation de films d’animation : scénario et concept 2014 LA POUDRIERE - ECOLE DU FILM D'ANIMATION Europe créative MEDIA Formation

Financement Européen Obtenu : 61 345 €

Région : Rhône-Alpes

Secteur : Industries culturelles

La Poudrière’s training program, ‘animated films production: script-writing and concept development’ is focused upon the development of animated productions, whether in the shape of web series, TV series or TV specials. The aim of this course is to enable course participants to encounter and overcome issues found in the world of work, thus equipping them for a career in the animated film industry and enabling them to tackle, as individuals or as part of a team, professional animated film production, whether this involves TV specials or TV series.The course lasts for 11 weeks and the first part is given over to the development of a TV/Web series, with the second part focusing on writing a script for a TV special. The two sections are separated by a week during which course students participate in the Annecy international animated film festival and market in France, the animation industry’s first and largest event of its kind. All courses are managed by the head of training, who is also a film director, and the teaching methods revolve around the direct communication of knowledge and expertise by well-known international industry professionals over the course of the teaching program (about 80 per year). These professionals hail from across the entire spectrum of the industry whether in the television/audiovisual field (TV series), film (short films and feature films) or new media.La Poudriere works with The Animation Workshop in Viborg, Denmark, with the production of short animations. Course participants work together in a group of two or three per project under development.Eventually, each group present its project (pitch) in front of a professional jury. The participants who wish to pursue the development of TV series may attend the Forum Cartoon, the event par excellence for European TV series productions.

RESEAU TRAMONTANA 2014 NOSAUTS DE BIGORRA Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 200 000 EUR

Région : Midi-Pyrénées

Secteur : Patrimoine

"Tramontana Network II" project continues, broadens and deepens the previous “Network Tramontana I" project ( 2012-2013) and includes eight partner organizations: the seven founding members from three countries - France (3), Italy (3), Portugal (1) - plus a new Spanish cultural organization. The project’s objectives are the documentation, treatment, restitution and dissemination of oral heritage from rural and mountain communities of Europe, including romance languages speaking regions. The latter is a vast, rich and articulated cultural tissue that needs to be taken into account and protected not only for heritage or academic archiving purposes, but also and especially for a consequent revitalization of these areas, through a closer intergenerational transmission of knowledge. This is only possible with a direct and participatory involvement of target communities, where a sense of self-awareness can respond to a demand for cultural anchoring which is increasingly evident especially among youngpeople. Moreover, the knowledge that is being collected by this project can sometimes be in a process of erasure, which in turn can generate immediate, and sometimes surprising,connections between past and present. To meet this challenge, our network is able to deploy and put together both scientific and technical expertises, which are diverse but complementary. During the course of the project a dense set of activities will be deployed: 400 field surveys, a rich series of publications (scientific/mainstream, paper/digital, online/offline, text/multimedia) and community-driven cultural events in the involved territories; where all of our disciplines will be convoked: socio-and-ethno-linguistics, anthropology and history, ethnomusicology and ethno-choreology, soundscapes and contemporary art.

PARTENAIRES : 6 -> France (2) , Espagne, Italie (3)

DUREE : 22 MOIS

ROSTRUM 2014 Conseil international de la musique Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 200.000 EUR

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Création

Rostrum+ is a project that aims to promote contemporary classical music and strengthen this sector in Europe and beyond. It will do so by exploring innovative strategies to develop audiences, promote new music, enhance the capacity and skills of radio professionals and inspire cooperation between musicians, higher music education institutions and broadcasting companies throughout Europe and across the globe. The springboard for the project is the International Rostrum of Composers (IRC), an annual event uniting some 40 delegates of national broadcasting companies. Building upon this existing foundation, the project will introduce new activities that connect with other operators of the genre, the long-term goal being the expansion and durable growth/sustaining of the contemporary music sector in Europe and beyond. To this end, the International Music Council will partner with public radios, cultural venues, conservatoires and the European Music Council to bring the IRC out of its current boundaries.To achieve the objectives and address all of the target groups necessary for the action, the Rostrum+ project sets out a diverse set of activities, notably:Listen: radio producers will listen, select and broadcast works by some 180 composers Live!: student ensembles perform a series of 16 concerts in 5 countriesCommissions: 6 emerging composers will benefit from this career opportunityProfessional Development: activities enhancing the capacity of radio producers to deal with new challenges, explore possibilities and develop solutionsLab: an unprecedented activity in which radio producers will be invited to experiment innovative approaches to present contemporary compositions to the public and allow them to interact with it Student Development: academic training, live concerts and meetings with composers, professionals from radio and concert halls to develop a dynamic link with the musicians of tomorrowWeb: a dedicated website to maximize outreach and engagement.

PARTENAIRES : Allemagne, Royaume-Uni, Pologne, Italie, Belgique, Suède, Serbie, Estonie

Russie, l’Empire contre-attaque 2016 Les Films Grains de Sable Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 80 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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SACRO GRA 2014 ALFAMA FILMS PRODUCTION Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 45 700

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

SCOPE100 2015 MOVING SCOPE SAS Europe créative MEDIA Développement de l'audience

Financement Européen Obtenu : 150 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Scope100 is meant to rethink the acquisition and the release process for independent European films by European distributors. It stems from an original idea of Jakub DUSZYNSKI (Gutek Film, Poland) developed with Festival Scope (Alessandro Raja and Mathilde Henrot) together with distributors AEROFILMS in Czech Republic, STADTKINO in Austria and CINEFIL in Hungary. 2015 sees the 2nd edition of the initiative (named Scope50 in 2014) with distributors ARTHAUS in Norway and IMAGINE in Belgium enlarging the team. 25 films (which have already enjoyed their international launch by the sales agent some months ago and are still not picked by for distribution) are pre-selected by Festival Scope. From this list, each distributor picks 10 films to submit to each country’s Scope100 audience (a group of 100 people from the public that represents and expands the distributor's regular audience), who watch the films and vote for the best one. The distributor releases the winning film together with active participation of the Scope100. The Scope100 Audience are active communities: gathering in cinemas and at festivals, voting online (on the posters, the trailers), acting as film ambassadors (in articles in the press and social events), acting as film critics in the distributors’networks. This new initiative offers a unique experience to increase the community of European viewers (mainly among the young audience- in the 1st edition of the project, 65% to 80% of the audience was below 35 yo). It engages the audience before films are acquired and released, generating word of mouth and tightening the link with the audience in an innovative and active way.

 

Partners :

SODA PICTURES LTD (UK)

STADTKINO FILMVERLEIH UND KINOBETRIEBSGESELLSCHAFT MBH (AT)

AEROFILMS SRO (CZ)

CINEFIL CO KULTURALIS KERESKEDELMIES SZOLGALTATO KFT (HU)

GUTEK FILM SPOLKA Z OGRANICZONA (PL)

SCOPE50 2014 MOVING SCOPE SAS Europe créative MEDIA Développement de l'audience

Financement Européen Obtenu : 150 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Scope50 is a joint initiative from an original idea of Jakub DUSZYNSKI (Gutek Film, Poland) developped by Festival Scope (Alessandro Raja and Mathilde Henrot) together with European distributors (AERO FILMS in Czech Republic, STADTKINO in Austria, CINEFIL in Hungary and SODA in the UK).In a nutshell: 25 films (which have already enjoyed their international launch by the sales agent some months ago and are still not picked by for distribution) are preselected by Festival Scope. From this list of 25, each distributor picks 10 films to submit to each country’s Scope50 members (a group of 50 people from the public recruited by the distributor and which represents the audience), who watch the 10 films and vote for the best one. The distributor commits to release the winning film (deals directly with the sales agent / pays a corresponding MG for theatrical & VOD rights). The release of the film is done is close collaboration with the most active members of the Scope50 community. This initiative is meant to rethink the acquisition and the release processes for independent European films by European distributors.It's a new initiative to try to make things change and involve the audience in a very active way.

 

Partners :

SODA PICTURES LTD (UK)

STADTKINO FILMVERLEIH UND KINOBETRIEBSGESELLSCHAFT MBH (AT)

AEROFILMS SRO (CZ)

CINEFIL CO KULTURALIS KERESKEDELMIES SZOLGALTATO KFT (HU)

GUTEK FILM SPOLKA Z OGRANICZONA (PL)

Screen4All : Disruptive and emergent technologies, and new funding for TV, Cinema and New Screens 2014 AVANCE RAPIDE SARL Europe créative MEDIA Formation

Financement Européen Obtenu : 70 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Screen4all Campus 2015 Disruptive and emergent technologies and new funding for TV, Cinema and New Screens Content production, creation, distribution and funding are on the threshold of profound changes.These changes will come from " disruptive " technological innovations that are about to be implemented or which are already in these areas. These innovations are able to radically change the world of film, television and new media .Screen4All Campus Training " Disruptive and emergent technologies and new funding for TV, Cinema and New Screens " offers to discover innovations such as non- linear distribution, Ultra HD ( 4K ), new actors of the distribution of content ( Netflix , Amazon, Apple ...) or funding ( crowdfunding in particular). It provides key answers to address the digital era with confidence and efficiency.The teaching program will combine mini-lectures, feedbacks, case studies, technicle and practicle workshops, networking , but also concrete cases to achieve. The training follows the logical path that producers, creators , directors must conduct to achieve a creative project. This training offers to acquire knowledge to make the right decisions based on the realities of :• Technology• Financing• Broadcast channels & Social NetworksThis training benefits from exceptional technical resources : for this project, we will create a set with several UHD 4K cameras available on the market. The trainees will be mentored by professional experts. For example, they will prepare a crowdfunding project with the support of " My Major Company ", the most important European platform dedicated to collaborative funding and they will benefit from tailored advices.

Serie series 2014 KANDIMARI Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 42 500 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Série Series is the only event exclusively dedicated to European TV series, by and for those who make them. It is conceived with a committee of experts (producers, screenwriters, directors, and composer). Série Series selects series from all over Europe and invites their complete teams to explain their work methods during 1h case studies, moderated by authors or producers. This 3 day- meeting open to all TV professionals & decision makers, offers a showcase for recent programmes, a unique place for business and networking opportunities, stimulating creativity and exchanges, in an informal atmosphere. Since its first edition in 2012, Série Series gathered more than 1100 screenwriters, producers, broadcasters, directors, composers and actors from 19 different countries during screenings, meetings, case studies and master-classes. Building the European network for TV series creators, Série Series also creates a unique place for sharing experiences and business (many creative deals, coproductions, selling of rights ...).In 2013, 650 professionals from Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Great Britain, Ireland, Finland, Spain, Italy, Austria, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, France, attended. The stakes for 2014 are huge and we need the financial support of Creative Europe MEDIA to achieve our goals: -increase the event’s content, particularly the Industry meetings - develop the participation of emerging countries – particularly Eastern Europe- film case studies and put them online - strengthen the teams in order to increase searches for series and talent notably in lesser known countries- develop the event’s renown throughout Europe - improve functioning of the European steering group- develop monitoring tools ...

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Serie Series 2016 KANDIMARI Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 42 500 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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SERIES MANIA EUROPEAN CO-PRODUCTION FORUM 2014 Forum des images Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 112 600 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

The submitted project, called Series Mania European Coproduction Forum, is composed of two complementary activities. The first one is the organization of the 3rd European co-production Forum: a 3 day-long event, which will take place at the Forum des Images in Paris in April 2015 during the 6th Series Mania Festival. 10 projects (of which at least 8 will be European) will be selected by the organization to be presented to a panel of 150 European professionals. The success of the first two editions (80 submitted projects and 121 participants in 2014) encourages us to develop this project which meets directly the needs of the industry: it facilitates European co-productions to face international competition; it encourages the circulation of European TV Series by creating the collaboration between international professionals starting at the development stage of the projects; it builds a European network between the major leaders of the industry. In order to contribute in a more effective way to the development of TV Series projects we will launch in 2015 the European TV Series Assizes. This event will be the opening event of the Co-production Forum and will be a unique meeting platform between the most important public audiovisual funds in Europe and professionals. The goal will be to encourage public support policies for the development and co-production of European TV Series. The second activity is the creation of an online database which will list all the projects and participants of the Co-production Forum. This tool will enable to better follow the evolution of each project and will give them more chances to be finalized. Moreover it will make possible to keep the contact all year round between the network members and to continue the exchanges initiated during the event.

SERIES MANIA EUROPEAN CO-PRODUCTION FORUM 2016 Forum des images Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 225 200 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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SHAPERS 2015 Ex Nihilo Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 199 884 €

Région : PACA

Secteur : Création

Le résumé du projet sera publié dès qu'il sera en ligne sur le site de la commission européenne…

Partners : 4 -> Momkin - espaces de possibles (France), Trans-Forma Asociación Cultural (Spain), Udruzenje za edukaciju i nove inicijative u plesnoj umjetnosti u BiH-ZVRK (Bosnie-Herzegovine), in'8 circle - maison de production (France)

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Shared Art EXhibitions 2015 WALLMUSE Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 192 570,12 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Création

Le résumé du projet sera publié dès qu'il sera en ligne sur le site de la commission européenne…

Partners : 2 -> Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium (Belgium), State Museum of Contemporary Art (Greece)

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Short Film Pool 2015 Short Circuit - Réseau européen des organismes diffuseurs de courts métrages et d'art vidéo Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 55 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

The Short Film Pool is a project developed by Short Circuit, an organisation created in 2012 by 12 different structures working in the field of short film distribution and representing 11 European countries. In each country, the structures represented are the leading structures in terms of promotion and distribution of short films. One of Short Circuit's main objectives, aside from the representation of short film distributors interests, is to improve the circulation of European short films in Europe as well as to promote and distribute them in Europe and internationally. The Short Film Pool consists of a catalogue of European short films, which have the artistic and commercial potential to be distributed theatrically all over Europe. Today, several structures from Germany, France, Portugal, The Netherlands and Switzerland with 29 films have joined the project. Each of the structures has chosen up to 5 short films, recent works of all genres (fiction, animation, documentary) that can reach international audience, and representing the best of each country's cinematography. For a start, the Short Film Pool partners clear the rights of their own films so that they can be distributed in the other countries; then they commit to distributing the films of the other partners in their own country and to their own clients, thus bettering the transnational circulation of shorts throughout Europe. The generalisation of digital prints made it possible to develop such a project of transnational theatrical distribution, which would have been totally impossible within the framework of the 35 mm world. The project of Short Film Pool is a concrete action that would deeply improve the possibility to discover a panel of European shorts selected by the different participating structures for both professionals and the audience. For the right owners and filmmakers, it's one more way to make known their works and pay themselves through the Short Circuit's distribution network.

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Speed Bunch 3 2014 WILD BUNCH SA Europe créative MEDIA Distribution en ligne

Financement Européen Obtenu : 223705

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Since its creation, Wild Bunch has always been convinced of the necessity of adapting the production and distribution of filmed entertainment to the new environment. More specifically, Wild Bunch strongly believes that it is important to experiment new distribution patterns for European movies in Europe. This is why, quite naturally, Wild Bunch applied to the two previous calls and is certain that it is indispensable to pursue the experimentation after Speed Bunch 1 and 2 and is applying to this 3rd call. Its integrated and multi domestic distribution network, its capacity to access various European films and its experience and relationships in the world of digital distribution, as well as its provocative and innovative line-up legitimate Wild Bunch participation to the experimentation. Finally, thanks to Speed Bunch 1 and 2, Wild Bunch initiated new partnerships and accumulated knowledge and thinks to be able to pursue the experimentation with more efficiency, when it comes to the films releases or to the analysis of the results. Speed Bunch 3 will test the release of 1 or 2 films on 4 to 5 territories (Germany, Spain, France, Italy and/or UK) by the end of December 2015: day and date in Italy, Spain and/or UK and applying to exploitation windows in place in France and Germany. The project, Speed Bunch 2, relies on the global in-house capabilities of Wild Bunch: • As a sales agent with Wild Bunch, Elle Driver and/or Verstile• As a direct distributor with:- In France : Wild Bunch Distribution, Wild Side Vidéo- In Italy : BIM Distribuzione - In Germany : Wild Bunch Germany - In Spain : Vertigo - In UK : with a partner• As an electronic distribution service with FilmoTV (France) This experimentation will also be the subject of an academic study driven by Thomas Paris (Researcher at CNRS and Professor at HEC Business School and Polytechnique).

SQUIDS 2014 ELLIPSANIME PRODUCTIONS SA Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Projet Isolé

Financement Européen Obtenu : 60 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Fiche MFDB : http://www.mfdb.eu/en/film-squids_c86902

Sunny Side of The Doc 2014 DOC-SERVICES Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 260 000 €

Région : Poitou-Charentes

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Sunny Side of the Doc is an international factual and documentary market, that brings together broadcasters, distributors and producers to sell or buy projects and programs, and to find partners. Participants from more than 55 countries are gathered every year. Even though a large majority of attendees are European, we've observed for the past couples of years the emergence of new territories such as Africa, the Middle East and Asia. A 4-day market in a unique venue, Sunny Side is build around thought-provoking conference sessions, pitch competitions, presentations by broadcasters, screenings and special events. For the 26th edition focus will be brought on Natural History, Science and History with special panels and presentations. South Korea and the Nordic countries will also be this edition's honored countries. New workshops will be introduced such as " Hands on Knowledge" which will be a 30 minutes format and provide key information on a specific topic and a 30 minutes "Research & Developement" session which will tackle technical innovations for specialist factual content. One to one meetings and speed dating sessions will be organized between producers and decision makers to facilitate and boost international co-productions. Through a collaboration between Sunny Side and organizations such as EBU, TALTV and ABU a global project called "Big Cities" on future of metropolis will also be launched at Sunny Side.

Sunny side of the doc 2015 DOC-SERVICES Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 260 000 €

Région : Poitou-Charentes

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Sunny Side of the Doc is an international factual and documentary market, that brings together broadcasters, distributors and producers to sell or buy projects and programs, and to find partners. Participants from more than 55 countries are gathered every year. Even though a large majority of attendees are European, we've observed for the past couples of years the emergence of new territories such as Africa, the Middle East and Asia. A 4-day market in a unique venue, Sunny Side is build around thought-provoking conference sessions, pitch competitions, presentations by broadcasters, screenings and special events. For the 26th edition focus will be brought on Natural History, Science and History with special panels and presentations. South Korea and the Nordic countries will also be this edition's honored countries. New workshops will be introduced such as " Hands on Knowledge" which will be a 30 minutes format and provide key information on a specific topic and a 30 minutes "Research & Developement" session which will tackle technical innovations for specialist factual content. One to one meetings and speed dating sessions will be organized between producers and decision makers to facilitate and boost international co-productions. Through a collaboration between Sunny Side and organizations such as EBU, TALTV and ABU a global project called "Big Cities" on future of metropolis will also be launched at Sunny Side.

Sunny Side of the Doc 2016 DOC-SERVICES Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 260 000 €

Région : Poitou-Charentes

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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SUPERPOLIFILO 2015 Bulkypix Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Jeu vidéo

Financement Européen Obtenu : 150000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

"Polifilo" est un platformer inspiré du livre de la Renaissance "Le Songe de Poliphile". Il met en scène le jeu héros Polifilo à la recherche de sa dulcinée Polia. Pour cela, le joueur devra traverser de nombreuses épreuves : sombre forêt, porte à tête de méduse, combat contre un dragon... L'univers, noir et blanc (avec des touches de couleur), est l'oeuvre de l'artiste Nicolas Buffe. Celui-ci joue avec les codes du jeu vidéo traditionnel (Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda, etc.) à des fins parodiques.

Support to International Sales Agents 2014 WILD BUNCH SA Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Agents de vente

Financement Européen Obtenu : 298489

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Fonds potentiel généré par l’activité de l’agent en matière de vente de films européens et leur succès en salles dans les années qui précède la demande. Ce soutien sera réinvesti dans des minima garantis ou des frais de promotion de nouveaux films européens non-nationaux.

Support to International Sales Agents 2014 Doc & Film International Europe créative MEDIA Distribution – Agents de vente

Financement Européen Obtenu : 46 565 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Fonds potentiel généré par l’activité de l’agent en matière de vente de films européens et leur succès en salles dans les années qui précède la demande. Ce soutien sera réinvesti dans des minima garantis ou des frais de promotion de nouveaux films européens non-nationaux.

Support to International Sales Agents 2014 FILMS DISTRIBUTION Europe créative MEDIA Distribution – Agents de vente

Financement Européen Obtenu : 50 185 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Fonds potentiel généré par l’activité de l’agent en matière de vente de films européens et leur succès en salles dans les années qui précède la demande. Ce soutien sera réinvesti dans des minima garantis ou des frais de promotion de nouveaux films européens non-nationaux.

Support to International Sales Agents 2014 GAUMONT SA Europe créative MEDIA Distribution – Agents de vente

Financement Européen Obtenu : 136 863 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Fonds potentiel généré par l’activité de l’agent en matière de vente de films européens et leur succès en salles dans les années qui précède la demande. Ce soutien sera réinvesti dans des minima garantis ou des frais de promotion de nouveaux films européens non-nationaux.

Support to International Sales Agents 2014 LES FILMS DU LOSANGE Europe créative MEDIA Distribution – Agents de vente

Financement Européen Obtenu : 94 469 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Fonds potentiel généré par l’activité de l’agent en matière de vente de films européens et leur succès en salles dans les années qui précède la demande. Ce soutien sera réinvesti dans des minima garantis ou des frais de promotion de nouveaux films européens non-nationaux.

Support to International Sales Agents 2014 MFI SARL Europe créative MEDIA Distribution – Agents de vente

Financement Européen Obtenu : 77 620 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Fonds potentiel généré par l’activité de l’agent en matière de vente de films européens et leur succès en salles dans les années qui précède la demande. Ce soutien sera réinvesti dans des minima garantis ou des frais de promotion de nouveaux films européens non-nationaux.

Support to International Sales Agents 2014 MK2 SA Europe créative MEDIA Distribution – Agents de vente

Financement Européen Obtenu : 35 691 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Fonds potentiel généré par l’activité de l’agent en matière de vente de films européens et leur succès en salles dans les années qui précède la demande. Ce soutien sera réinvesti dans des minima garantis ou des frais de promotion de nouveaux films européens non-nationaux.

Support to International Sales Agents 2014 PYRAMIDE SA Europe créative MEDIA Distribution – Agents de vente

Financement Européen Obtenu : 32 243 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Fonds potentiel généré par l’activité de l’agent en matière de vente de films européens et leur succès en salles dans les années qui précède la demande. Ce soutien sera réinvesti dans des minima garantis ou des frais de promotion de nouveaux films européens non-nationaux.

Support to International Sales Agents 2014 SOCIETE PARISIENNE DE PRODUCTION Europe créative MEDIA Distribution – Agents de vente

Financement Européen Obtenu : 67 301 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Fonds potentiel généré par l’activité de l’agent en matière de vente de films européens et leur succès en salles dans les années qui précède la demande. Ce soutien sera réinvesti dans des minima garantis ou des frais de promotion de nouveaux films européens non-nationaux.

Support to International Sales Agents 2014 STUDIOCANAL SA Europe créative MEDIA Distribution – Agents de vente

Financement Européen Obtenu : 203 568 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Fonds potentiel généré par l’activité de l’agent en matière de vente de films européens et leur succès en salles dans les années qui précède la demande. Ce soutien sera réinvesti dans des minima garantis ou des frais de promotion de nouveaux films européens non-nationaux.

Support to International Sales Agents 2014 URBAN DISTRIBUTION INTERNATIONAL Europe créative MEDIA Distribution – Agents de vente

Financement Européen Obtenu : 20 014 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Fonds potentiel généré par l’activité de l’agent en matière de vente de films européens et leur succès en salles dans les années qui précède la demande. Ce soutien sera réinvesti dans des minima garantis ou des frais de promotion de nouveaux films européens non-nationaux.

Support to International Sales Agents 2014 WIDE Europe créative MEDIA Distribution – Agents de vente

Financement Européen Obtenu : 21 807 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Fonds potentiel généré par l’activité de l’agent en matière de vente de films européens et leur succès en salles dans les années qui précède la demande. Ce soutien sera réinvesti dans des minima garantis ou des frais de promotion de nouveaux films européens non-nationaux.

SVECENIKOVA DJECA 2014 WIDE Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 45 700

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Terror Studios, Inside the ISIS Propaganda Machine 2016 CAPA Presse Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 150 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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The ACE continuous training programme for advanced producers (ACE 25 + ACE Network) 2014 ASSOCIATION ATELIERS DU CINEMA EUROPEEN Europe créative MEDIA Formation

Financement Européen Obtenu : 260 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

The project is a one year project-based training and networking programme targeted at experienced or very experienced feature film producers. At the end of this one year session the participants become members of a constructed network with its specific meeting points and institutions. The activity is based on the sharing of the experience and knowledge of the members of previous years with the experience and knowledge of the new participants. Owing to their level the new participants bring as much to the alumni as they get from them. The new participants are selected with a project of a feature film in development with a high potential for an international co-production. The majority are EU except for a small group of non EU producers. The projects selected at an early level of development are used as material for tuition. The producers are attributed a script consultant and a financial mentor to coach them. They meet key potential partners during the sessions in order to package the project. After the first year most of the projects are not yet ready for shooting. Provided that they pay their annual subscription, the participants benefit from advice and consulting from the ACE team and consultants, as well as from the Network itself as the development of a fiction feature film can take 2 to 6 years or more in some cases. The activity is based on three residential workshops in three EU countries, an “Annual Meeting” gathering the whole network in one place, roundtables and seminars in several EU countries open to local participants to get their feedback and disseminate results, and a series of networking events held in the main market places of the year. These events are complemented by an active planned follow up of each participant by email and Skype. The consultants are active professionals: world sales agents, distributors, bankers, commissioners from funds and broadcasters, in permanent contact with the international audience and market.

THE ADVENTURERS OF MODERN ART 2014 SILEX Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 300 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Adapted from Dan Franck’s literary trilogy Bohemian Paris, Libertad!, Midnight, the story plunges us into Parisian life at the beginning of the twentieth century, a hotbed of artistic creation with the blossoming of Fauvism, Cubism, Dadaism, and Surrealism. Through illustrations, animation and original archives, the 6-part documentary series traces the highs and lows, scandals and celebrations, tragedies and triumphs that shaped the phenomenal period of Modern Art from the basement of the “Bateau-Lavoir” in 1900 to the last shudders of World War II.The infamous protagonists include Pablo Picasso, Max Jacob, Apollinaire, Amadeo Modigliani, Ernest Hemingway, Henri Matisse, Gertrude Stein, Jean Cocteau,… artists and intellectuals who came to France from all over Europe and left an indelible mark on the 20th century. These glorious subversives were adventurers before becoming heroes. They are the Adventurers of Modern Art.

The Girl King 2016 MULTIMEDIA INVENTION COMMUNICATION ANI Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 13 200 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

THE TIDE 3 EXPERIMENT 2014 INDEPENDENT PAN-EUROPEAN DIGITAL ASSOCIATION Europe créative MEDIA Distribution en Ligne

Financement Européen Obtenu : 452 290 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

TIDE 3 is the continuity and “the next step” of the previous two actions supported by the European Commission’s Preparatory Action. TIDE provides an adapted framework to facilitate quasi-simultaneous releases of European films on multiple platforms in different EU territories, using common marketing and technical materials.As of today, the results have been significant with 23 releases for TIDE 1 (a combination of 4 films in 12 different countries), and TIDE 2’s first releases are scheduled for October 2014.TIDE 3 project has three main objectives:1. In countries where it is possible, go on experimenting Day-and-Date releases (theatrical & VoD) or, alternatively, run simultaneous or quasi-simultaneous releases with Festival and global VoD platforms2. Support each release with specific promotion and marketing actions adapted to the audience targeted both at local and transversal levels3. Continue the work of collecting data and organizing the data sharing systems with stakeholders in the European film industryThe experimentation of such innovative distribution models represents a unique opportunity for the European film industry to capitalize on the changes brought by the digital shift. TIDE 3 will strengthen the experimentation with the release of four films managed by various actors of the European industry (sales agents, a festival booker, a marketing agency and a VoD aggregator) to set up valuable and efficient experimentations using transversal marketing methods across platforms and countries. This carefully defined collaborative approach and the involved members’ expertise ensures continuous monitoring of the action and data collection.The TIDE Experiment is a sustainable collaborative, concrete, and transparent answer for European Right holders to 1/ benefit from the new digital forms of distribution; 2/ experiment and develop sustainable new business models; and, finally, 3/ support competitiveness of the European film industry.

The Underwater Heart to the mediterranean 2014 DK-BEL Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 200 000 EUR

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Création

Starting from the idea of an “underwater heart” that has been beating in the Mediterranean Sea for thousands of years, project partners put forward a multi-disciplinary project, the “Underwater Heart of the Mediterranean” project that will bring the centre of our attention to the discovery of common pulses, pathways and roots. With respect towards diversity, the project goes far beyond defending peoples’ differences to put humanity in the front line and work through the exploration of peoples’ similarities, common thought and beliefs - projecting the ideas of equality, human rights, respect, transparency, clarity, simplicity, environment, human proportions, as everybody is equal under the water. Our philosophy connects urban culture values with ancient Mediterranean cultural values, such as Ancient Greek myths and qualities, attempting to reach common ground between populations and create European collaborative artwork. Three European performing arts organisations, together with a network of associated partners from various countries of Europe and Lebanon, will engage performing arts professionals, cultural , educational and environmental experts, multimedia designers, people with physical disabilities, children and teenagers, divers and snorkelers, tour guides, and the general public in a project including: workshops and educative programs, artistic residencies, an underwater performance production, a multi-disciplinary performance, a short film documentary, an international forum, the development of a website and the production of a DVD. By its proposed activities, the project meets the objectives of reinforcement of the sector’s capacity to operate trans-nationally and of trans-national mobility and circulation. As a result, the individual and collective exploration by project participants and international audiences involved will empower the idea of a beating underwater heart and support strong bonds among organisations, populations and cultures.

PARTENAIRES : 2 -> Chypre, Grèce

DUREE : 14 MOIS

Thorium, la face gâchée du nucléaire 2014 CITIZEN FILMS Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 90659

Région : Lorraine

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Thorium Molten salt reactor : a technology you’ve probably never even heard of.It’s hardly surprising since for 70 years, it has been inexplicably kept under wraps by the nuclear industry,despite the fact it could revolutionise energy production.It offers the promise of nuclear energy without waste and without danger. The “green atom” : fact or fiction?Research that was dropped without explanation in 1945, has now become a topic of lively discussion.

TIDE – Template for travelling Interactive and Digital Exhibitions 2014 Cité de la Musique Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 200 000 EUR

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Création

European museums today must widen their audiences and reinvigorate public perceptions of their collections while they increase their ability to fund themselves. Travelling exhibitions, already successfully used in the United States more than in Europe, can help European museums respond to these challenges, particularly when combined with new technologies.Currently, travelling exhibitions based on European museum collections are rare. Intermediate-scale exhibitions (between 100 and 200 sqm) are especially undeveloped, despite their ability to satisfy significant demand for low-cost cultural content from non-museum venues such as malls, train stations, and airports, particularly outside Europe. Further, while museums in the United States already widely use relevant new technologies, they are not commonly used for travelling exhibitions either in Europe or overseas. The TIDE project - for Template for Travelling Interactive and Digital Exhibitions - aims to incorporate these new technologies in a prototype for successful future intermediate-scale travelling exhibitions. Because music exhibitions in particular are increasingly popular but are not yet widely offered, and because instruments provide sound and 3D presentation material in addition to a wealth of imagery, TIDE’s prototype exhibition will address a subject of widespread interest to the public: the guitar. TIDE’s guitar-focused prototype exhibition will draw from the complementary collections of Musée de la musique in Paris, Roskilde Museum in Denmark, and Museu de la Música in Barcelona, and will be first tested on the audiences of these museums. TIDE will achieve the following four objectives: to address museum content to a wider public; to conceive a museographic model that can be adapted to any type of instrument, or to other sets of suitable 3D objects; to provide a profitable business model for intermediary-scale travelling exhibitions; and to create skills and jobs in this cultural field.

PARTENAIRES :  2 -> Espagne, Danemark

DUREE : 25 mois

Transbook – Children literature on the move 2014 Salon du Livre de Jeunesse - CPLJ93 Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 1 806 572 EUR

Région : Rhône-Alpes

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Transbook aims to increase competitivity and widen the audience in the children's book industry on a European scale (authors, illustrators, translators, publishers, booksellers, librarians). This will be achieved  by accompanying the children's book industry through the digital transition and strengthening its international scope. This cooperative project is a pioneering network initiative that will create bonds between several cultural sectors, including; books, cinema, television, video games and design. Although it affects all sectors, a special emphasis will be put on the most fragile of them - small publishers, young creators and independent booksellers.The action plan is structured into three axes: • Axis 1: Encourage the key players  to invest the new business models and modes of creation (conference From Paper to Screen and rights market, MÏCE) • Axis 2: Galvanize creators' careers (meetings, masterclass, mobility program, ambassadors) • Axis 3: Encourage the use of innovative mediation systems (meeting with programmers, mediators seminary, exhibition). These axes are coordinated in an interdisciplinary way on Transbook.org, which also ensures the dissemination and communication of the project.Originating from 7 European countries, the partners are all structures that organise fairs and festivals and are used to gathering the key players within their sector to participate (authors, translators, publishers, booksellers and librarians). They therefore have a privileged position with the capacity to legitimately instigate this interdisciplinary program. Their various professional networks are key assets for the international aspect of the project.Throughout the project, special care will be given to disseminate knowledge way beyond the professionals who will attend the events. In this view, Transbook.org is designed to offer a considerable amount of original information and will become a useful reference database.

PARTENAIRES : 6 -> Belgique, Espagne, Italie, Allemagne, Slovaquie, Royaume-Uni

DUREE : 48 MOIS

ULYSSES 2015 Institut de Recherche et de Coordination Acoustique Musique - IRCAM Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 1 732 500 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Création

Le résumé du projet sera publié dès qu'il sera en ligne sur le site de la commission européenne…

Partners : 12 -> Aldeburgh Music (UK), asbl Flagey vzw (Belgique), Divertimento Ensemble (Italie), Fondation Royaumont (France), Hochschule für Musik une Theater Hamburg (Allemagne), Impuls Verein zur Vermittlung zeitgenössischer Musik (Autriche), Internationale Ensemble Modern Akademie e.V. (Allemagne), Internationales Musikinstitut Darmstadt FK (Allemagne), SA Eesti Filharmoonia Kammerkoor (Estonie), Stichting Gaudeamus Muziekweek (Hollande), Stiftelsen Ultima Oslo Contemporary Music Festival (Norvège), Viitasaaren kesäakatemia ry (Finlande)

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UNE BREVE HISTOIRE DU XXe SIECLE 2014 ABACARIS SARL Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Projet Isolé

Financement Européen Obtenu : 25000

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Ventana Sur 2014 SOCIETE DE GESTION D'OPERATIONS COMMERCIALES POUR LE FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 100 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Ventana Sur was created in 2009 by the INCAA and Sogofif. This Latin American Film Market rapidly became the most important film market in Latin America. It welcomes every year a large number of European professionals (about 400) looking for Latin American films and Latin American buyers and producers. It is organised around screenings (more than 100 films), a digital video-library (about 400 films) and a market space for meetings. Also, Ventana Sur organizes, like in Cannes, the Producers Network to support the producers (including Europeans) looking for financing and co-productions. In 2014, to support the important participation of the Europeans, Ventana Sur will organize a European Day, with screenings (about 30) and meetings for sales agents with the buyers (more than 250) for their European line-up. Ventana Sur will start on Monday December 1st at 2pm. During 3 days and a half (until Thursday night), it will be focused on Latin American cinema. On Friday, December 5, the whole market day will be dedicated to Europe.

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Ventana Sur 2015 SOCIETE DE GESTION D'OPERATIONS COMMERCIALES POUR LE FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 100 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Ventana Sur was created in 2009 by the INCAA and Sogofif. This Latin American Film Market rapidly became the most important film market in Latin America. It welcomes every year a large number of European professionals (about 400) looking for Latin American films and Latin American buyers and producers. It is organised around screenings (more than 100 films), a digital video-library (about 400 films) and a market space for meetings. Also, Ventana Sur organizes, like in Cannes, the Producers Network to support the producers (including Europeans) looking for financing and co-productions.

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VENTANA SUR – Latin American Film Market 2016 SOCIETE DE GESTION D'OPERATIONS COMMERCIALES POUR LE FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 100 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Versailles saison 2 2016 ZODIAK FICTION & DOCS Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 500 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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Victoria! 2015 ZEUGMA FILMS Europe créative MEDIA Développement - Projet Isolé

Financement Européen Obtenu : 25 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Voix d’enfants – espace scénique 2014 Ensemble Justiniana Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 200 000 euros

Région : Franche-Comté

Secteur : Création

This project aims at developing children’s vocal learning and practice by combining it with performing arts (theatre, dance, movement).Many choirs in Europe have successfully developed innovative pedagogies and forms of expression combining voice and stage movement for children. Children like to move: associated with movement, song learning can be a discovery that is both fun and challenging, fostering the quality of the voice, the development of the personality as a whole and children’s artistic expression. This kind of approach is also more attractive for less privileged children and audiences, promoting access to a musical culture for all. Choirs are doing a great work at the local level but remain isolated, because of the lack of visibility on the activity of children's choirs in other countries, the lack of methods and tools for disseminating knowledge and best practices in that field, the lack of capacity in scenic work and the lack of repertoire suited to this type of work. This project meets their needs and develops this attractive pedagogy at the European level by creating a long-lasting network of cooperation between choirs involved in this type of experience, enabling mobility, exchange of best practices, training and capacity building in order to develop this approach and reach new audiences.Professional meetings and joint concerts with children's choirs are planned in different countries. Composers from each participating country will create a new European music repertoire for children’s voices. Project members’ work will be summed up in a narrative book and in a documentary film.

PARTENAIRES : 3 -> France, Belgique, Italie

VR/AR Contents Market 2016 Laval Virtual Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 60 000 €

Région : Pays-de-la-Loire

Secteur : Industries culturelles

Laval Virtual

L’innovation et les nouvelles technologies sont des facteurs primordiaux de réussite pour le développement et la croissance des entreprises, tout secteur confondu.

Depuis 1999, Laval Virtual est le salon de référence de ces évolutions et le leader européen dans les domaine des nouvelles technologies et usages du virtuel.

Sur le salon cela se traduit par une affluence de visiteurs plus importante chaque année, 14000 visiteurs en 2015, et par une diversification constantes des secteurs d’activité représentés : Industrie, Patrimoine, Santé, Formation, Marketing, Culture,etc.

Cette croissance renforce à chaque édition le statut incontournable de Laval Virtual qui réunit toute la communauté des nouvelles technologies.

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WALESA. CZLOWIEK Z NADZIEI 2014 CONDOR ENTERTAINMENT Europe créative MEDIA Distribution - Sélectif

Financement Européen Obtenu : 99 600

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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WALK THIS WAY 2014 UNDER THE MILKY WAY INTERNATIONAL Europe créative MEDIA Distribution en Ligne

Financement Européen Obtenu : 400 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

The Walk This Way project (WtW) is a grouping of European companies aiming to meet the challenges of the digital age by experimenting new economic models for the exploitation of films on digital platforms. Our main objective is to put in place a simple and consistent scheme to prepare European films to perform in the VOD market. We will enhance the exposure of films by adding value from the sourcing, to the B2B relationship with the VoD platforms, to the final-user marketing per film. The WtW project matches the know-how on the VOD market of the leading aggregator Under the Milky Way with the digital marketing expertise of The Film Agency to place a varied spectrum of 34 films from top-notch European rights holders and sales agents under the Europa International banner such as Autlook, Films Boutique, Films Distribution, Fortissimo, Memento, Reel Suspect and Yellow Affair. The action is structured in 3 parts:1 Aggregate a diversified slate of films from our sales agents and shape the best attractive package in terms of countries/languages and relevant editorial lines.2 Bring this offer, technically prepared, to the most powerful pan-European platforms such as iTunes in order to maximize exposure, coverage, availability and potential audiences3 Develop tailor-made and digital-friendly actions and promotion tools to support digital sales, both on a territory-by-territory basis and transversal level.The WtW action is a collaborative, concrete, and transparent answer for European right holders to benefit from the new digital forms of distribution, experiment and develop sustainable new business models and support competitiveness of the European film industry. We are convinced that digital distribution represents a unique opportunity for the European film industry to go beyond frontiers and that thanks to our collective experience and fine contents we will boost these new chances.

WE ARE EUROPE 2014 NUITS SONORES/ARTY FARTY Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 1 912 500 EUR

Région : Rhône-Alpes

Secteur : Création

WE ARE EUROPE is a 8 festivals-forums Cooperation project which works for promoting electronic, independent, digital and visual cultures in Europe. This project will unfold for threes years around two parts : an artistic one and a professional and political one. Each collaborator will propose a program for its seven partners as a part of their festival : 56 dedicated stages, artistic backgrounds, cartes blanches program, event concerts, installations will aim to present a strong cultural diversity in cultural, independent and visual cultures, a right balance between headliners and newcomers, mixing local, national, european and international artists which will bring an important intercultural dialogue between them. The festival invited will be a curator of a program, a stage or a project. European artists will be exposed and the artistic direction of each partner will be valued and enhanced to local audiences, which will promote the guest european event to develop its public and recognition and exporting its identity and culture across the whole Europe. The idea is also to introduce local young artistic talents to a european audience and get these newcomers on stage at a major international festival through a strong professional visibility and the support of partner festivals.The aim of the professional component of WE ARE EUROPE is to encourage the mobility of ideas and the birth of a political awareness in Europe through conferences and debates organized in each partner event. 24 professional forums will be held over the 3 years of the collaboration, focusing on renewal strategies and cultural policies in Europe, the redefinition of cultural entrepreneurship and the role of Culture in the city of tomorrow.

PARTENAIRES : 5 : Espagne, Grece, Filande, Serbie, Allemagne

DUREE : 41 MOIS

When the guns go silent 2015 ALEGRIA Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 70 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

How to conclude a war? After more than 50 years of armed struggle, after three failed peace processes, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, better known as the FARC, are preparing to disarm and take the path of political struggle. After all these years in the jungle, the 8.000 people in the revolutionary group are seriously considering to end a war with a government that has now also decided to find a political outcome. In Havana, a delegation of the movement is engaged in peace talks with government officials. The charges held against them are temporarily suspended and Interpol has allowed them to get to Cuba.Faced with this process, the Colombian public opinion feels conflicting emotions: exhaustion, disgust, anger, resentment, rancour against various civil and military groups whose manipulation and perverse clashes pushed the country to horror. The film will chronicle the transition from war to peace, in a crucial historical moment.Beyond Colombia, the film will suggest a general reflection on what ending a war entails: how to overcome violence, what forgiveness and memory mean.How to be close enough to earn the confidence of all these people, how to be distant enough to keep a critical sense: this is the stake of this film. While highlighting the historical and political complexity of the current peace process, we shall be open to the personal thoughts, feelings and emotions the members of the oldest guerrilla world go through, as they are preparing to disarm. This subjective approach is possible thanks to the access and the relations we have been able to build with our characters. However this approach will take its full sense thanks to a wide range of complementary information processed through the use of archives, a field survey work in the guerrilla, testimonies and views of the other parties of the conflict.

Winnie 2016 PUMPERNICKEL FILMS Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 70 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

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www.Olffi.com 2014 ONLINE FILM FINANCING OLFFI SAS Europe créative MEDIA Accès au marché

Financement Européen Obtenu : 130 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

www.olffi.com is an online pay site (B to B) serving audiovisual industry professionals. It centralizes all of the key information pertaining to the financing and production of audiovisual works, such as public funding bodies (including tax mechanisms), support programmes, film commissions, professional associations, coproduction treaties, and more.More than an information website, olffi.com allows users to evaluate the eligibility of a project for a number of public support programmes, allowing producers to simulate and set up the best funding strategies for their project.OLFFI has 2 modules: OLFFI EXPLORE, an online guide that gives information on all the public funds and programmes around the world as well as production information like coproduction treaties. The 2nd module OLFFI PROJECT, OLFFI PROJECT is a toolbox for producers, helping them to optimise European public sources of funding and combine them efficiently. The aim of OLFFI PROJECT is to promote better financing of coproductions by providing additional transparency for the numerous funding schemes in existence

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Yougoslavie, de l’autre côté du miroir 2015 Zeta Productions Europe créative MEDIA Programmation TV

Financement Européen Obtenu : 95 000 €

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Industries culturelles

It was almost a quarter of a century ago. Whilst the Rusian Empire crumbled without a shot being fired, Yugoslavia dismantled in a blood-bath, at the very time when Maastricht's political and monetary Europe was being built. Yugoslavia, the other side of the looking glass will show us how the dream was born of having these six nations, five peoples, three languages, three religions, and two alphabets, live together. How did it become a detonator of the First World War, how it became the prey of nazi and communist totalitarianism between the two wars, and became a recurrent battle field during the Second World War? How did this dream strive to escape bipolar separation of the world created by Yalta, and manage to create a Yugoslavian Eldorado? How did it explode upon the return of nationalisms and religious awakening, these two sides of a head on clash of civilizations that was now in charge of the new world order? How did it become the country of frontiers and barbed-wire, and end up symbolising ethnic cleansing?It is these questions that Yougoslavie de l’autre côté du miroir will answer with a critical approach wherin archives, witnesses, and analysis interrogate not only the official history but also the main conflicting versions, to better reveal the secret otives and the hiddn mechanisms of an exceptionnal creation of nationalities and nationalisms. The first part of the film will cover the period from 1918 to 1980, year of the death of Tito, and will explore the circumstances of the foundation of Yugoslavia and the years of unity under the banner of Tito communism. The second part will deal with the catastrophic scenario of the country's separation with communism up until the final disintegration after five fratricide wars. This part will take stock of the state of affairs of the countries that once formed Yugoslavia.

YOUNG OPERA MAKERS Programme by enoa 2015 Association pour le festival international d'art lyrique et l'académie européenne de musique d'Aix en Provence Europe créative Culture Coopération

Financement Européen Obtenu : 2 000 000 €

Région : PACA

Secteur : Spectacle vivant

Le résumé du projet sera publié dès qu'il sera en ligne sur le site de la commission européenne…

Partners : 12 -> Aldeburgh Music (UK), Bayerische Theaterakademie August Verding im Prinzregententheater (Allemagne), Chapelle Musicale Reine Elisabeth (Belgium), Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian (Portugal), Fundacion Albeniz (Espagne), Helsinki Week Foundation (Finlande), LOD vzw (Belgium), Operosa foundation (Bulgarie), Stichting Nationale Opera & Ballet (Hollande), Teatr Wielki Opera Narodowa (Pologne), Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie (Belgique), Ville de Luxembourg (Luxembourg)

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ZONES DE CONFLIT 2014 UNION DES THEATRES Europe créative Culture Réseau

Financement Européen Obtenu : 250 000 EUR

Région : Ile-de-France

Secteur : Création

We strongly believe that events aiming at producing structuring effects on the theatre sector should always be closely connected to ARTISTIC WORK itself. And important artistic work is always linked closely to HUMAN SOCIETY.Sharing this conviction we decided to unite under a common axis of research and build a programme of artistic events tackling the theme of CONFLICT ZONES.All across Europe and beyond performances dealing with this issue will be presented in the period between 2014-2017 in the context of international festivals and showcases and will provide the pillar of all the UTE activities for theatre professionals.- Events particularly intended for the UTE members and the development of their projects: General Assemblies, Project-development meetings, including professionals from other sectors, Public meetings to reflect on important topics regarding the European Theatre sector.- Conferences on the Structures of Public Theatres in Europe and the Mediterranean; on Translation, Subtitling and Dubbing; Intercultural Journalism and Nomadic Audiences.- A programme of training and knowledge-sharing activities for young professionals: Masterclasses, Think-tanks (for stage directors, playwrights, journalists), Meetings of Young Spectators and artistic residency programmes.- Inlay-Festivals and Readings to showcase the work of UTE members and young professionals.- The creation of an Online Theatre Journal, providing articles (in original language and English) written by young journalists working across Europe.- The publication of two research-studies on the State of Theatrical Affairs, which will provide a useful tool for theatre professionals and policy makers working at the European level.- The implementation of subtitling activities, promoting linguistic diversity.- And finally, the re-implementation of the UTE Card, providing travelling spectators with the possibility to build their own itinerary through a programme of artistic events across Europe.