Film Fund Luxembourg

Film Fund Luxembourg

Publié par Célia Janus le Tuesday 5 October 2021

Film Fund Luxembourg

The Film Fund Luxembourg was created in 1990 to encourage and promote the development of the audiovisual production sector in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. As a public institution under the supervision of the Minister of Culture and the Minister in charge of the audiovisual sector, the Film Fund implements the Luxembourg government’s overall policy of support for audiovisual production.

The Film Fund’s mission is to encourage cinematographic creation and to promote the development of the audiovisual production sector in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, in particular by means of subsidies, financial aid, grants and awards. It is also in charge of managing all other operations in the field of support to the audiovisual sector such as promotion, co-production agreements and certificates of nationality of audiovisual works.

The main support mechanism for the audiovisual industry is a selective system of advances on receipts called “Aides Financières Sélectives” (AFS) aimed at the writing of scripts, concepts, development and production of short films, feature films and series of fiction and animation, documentaries as well as transmedia and Virtual Reality projects.

The Film Fund also represents Luxembourg in all European and international audiovisual initiatives, such as the EFAD (European Association of Film Agencies) network, the EFP (European Film Promotion), and Eurimages, the Council of Europe’s pan-European co-production fund, and is a partner in initiatives organized within the framework of the Francophonie. The Film Fund also hosts the national contact point for the European Commission’s Europe Creative MEDIA program for film and audiovisual.

Every two years since 2003, the Film Fund has overseen the organization of the Luxembourg Film Prize (Lëtzebuerger Filmpräis), which awards the best contributions to Luxembourg cinema. Since 2014, these awards are organized in close cooperation with the Luxembourg Film Academy (d’Filmakademie).


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Wallimage

Publié par Célia Janus le Tuesday 5 October 2021

Wallimage

Wallimage and Wallimage Entreprises are two limited companies under public law which constitute the Walloon regional audiovisual pole. 100% owned by Wallonia, these S.A. are purely economic funds initiated respectively in 2001 and 2008 with a view to creating jobs through the development and perpetuation of a regional audiovisual industry.

Our 3 activities :

  • Co-productions: 6.5 million €/year are invested in audiovisual projects, as co-producer;
  • Filming: free services for filming (location scouting, authorizations, skills, etc.);
  • Companies: financial support for audiovisual companies and a selective mechanism for financing video games.

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Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst FHNW

Publié par Célia Janus le Wednesday 1 September 2021

Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst FHNW

The Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst FHNW sees itself as a pulsating hotbed, a cultural-political catalyst and a seismograph that recognizes and defines socially relevant fields in art, design and science, and works on and communicates them in an exemplary manner in theory and practice. On the basis of a differentiated perception and the reflection of its own seeing and understanding, the university sees its role in facing the challenges of the present with a variety of creative spaces for action and professional perspectives.
With seven Bachelor’s and four Master’s programs, the Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst FHNW (HGK FHNW) forms a learning, teaching and research community on the Campus der Künste in Basel. Art, design, media design and interior architecture can be studied at ten institutes. In line with its social mission, the university trains independent-thinking and action-oriented artists and designers.

http://www.campusderkuenste.ch
http://www.campusderkuenste.ch/campus/hgk/
https://ecam.ch/


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Fachausschuss Film und Medienkunst BS/BL

Publié par Célia Janus le Tuesday 31 August 2021

Fachausschuss Film und Medienkunst BS/BL


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Ministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst Baden-Württemberg

Publié par Célia Janus le Tuesday 31 August 2021

Ministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst Baden-Württemberg


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Master Coproduction internationale

Publié par Feiza Sabour le Monday 2 August 2021

Master Coproduction internationale


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Wallonie-Bruxelles Images

Publié par Charlotte Monnier le Friday 2 July 2021

Wallonie-Bruxelles Images

Created in 1984, Wallonie Bruxelles Images (WBImages) is the official agency for the promotion of the audiovisual sector of the Wallonia Brussels Federation abroad.

Wallonie Bruxelles Images is co-financed and co-managed by the Centre du Cinéma et de l’Audiovisuel and Wallonie Bruxelles International.

Wallonie Bruxelles Images aims at :

  • promoting the works of Wallonia Brussels in foreign festivals and markets;
  • facilitating the access of Wallonia Brussels professionals to the various audiovisual markets and to help them promote and sell their productions on the international markets;
  • being an information office for producers and exporters operating in Wallonia Brussels as well as for buyers, distributors and international festivals.

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SRG Region Basel

Publié par Alexis Smouts le Tuesday 22 December 2020

SRG Region Basel


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Media Desk Suisse

Publié par Alexis Smouts le Tuesday 22 December 2020

Media Desk Suisse


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Centre National du Cinéma et de l’image animée

Publié par Alexis Smouts le Tuesday 22 December 2020

Centre National du Cinéma et de l’image animée


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