Media


Council of Europe review of film support policies

spectator violence In the context of rapid globalisation and digitalisation of cultural production and distribution, it is key that policy tools put in place by European countries are effective and adequate in delivering the objectives of diversity and creativity.
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Statistics show that despite the important state support, the share of (non-national) European films in the total European audiovisual market is relatively low.
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Monitoring on the European Convention for the Protection of the Audiovisual Heritage

The European Convention on Protection of the Audiovisual Heritage and its Protocol are the first binding international instruments in this field. They introduce systematic storage of audiovisual works in film archives, where the latest conservation and restoration technology can be used for long-term prevention of deterioration,
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harnessing technology to art so as to preserve a record of the past for future generations.

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Promotion of the European film industry (Eurimages)

Eurimages is the support Fund of the Council of Europe for cinema co-production, theatrical distribution, exhibition and digital equipment for cinema theatres.
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Eurimages promotes the European audiovisual industry by providing financial support to feature films, animations and documentaries produced in Europe. In doing so, it encourages co-operation between professionals established in different European countries.
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Mediane - Media in Europe for diversity inclusiveness

spectator violence This joint Coe/EU initiative's overriding objective is to consider diversity and non discrimination as ongoing angles of media coverage.
To do so, MEDIANE offers the media and their professionals the opportunity of committing themselves to sharing professional practices,
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either during European or thematic encounters or through European Exchanges.
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Online media diversity and sport resource centre (MARS)

spectator violence The Online Resource Centre is an online platform providing material on media, diversity and non-discrimination.
This includes practice examples from the areas of media production, journalism and media training, media literacy education
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and editorial management; Council of Europe references , and selected web content on diversity and non-discrimination.
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Speak-out against discrimination resource centre

The "Speak out against discrimination" Campaign focused on the role of the media in a multicultural Europe.
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It derives its mandate from the Council of Europe’s White Paper on Intercultural Dialogue “Living together as equals in dignity”. The campaign primarily targeted media industry professionals and was build around 3 main objectives:
1 – Training media professionals,
2 – Writing, seeing and hearing diversity in the media,
3 – Producing and disseminating innovative and inclusive information.
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