New to Creative Europe? Tips for a successful MEDIA Development application
Through the MEDIA Programme, Creative Europe offers grants for film producers to develop feature films, animations, creative documentaries, TV drama series as well as VR projects with a potential to circulate in the Union and beyond. If you are thinking about applying to the next Single Project call for proposal closing on the 12 may 2020 or you’re just curious to know more, this information session will go through the call in detail. You’ll find out if you’re eligible, if the project you’re developing is suitable for Media and learn how to improve your application in a very competitive scheme.
WHAT IS EWA NETWORK ONLINE HANG-OUTS?
Through an online space where EWA members from all around can connect and know each other, we organise once a month a meeting where an expert introduces a topic followed by Q&A and members can interact.
Each meeting will last 90 minutes and include 20 members at maximum. An invitation to join including all information will be sent to all members.
If you are not a member you can become one here
Silvia Sandrone is Project officer at Creative Europe MEDIA Desk Italy in Turin, one of the three Italian information offices hosted by Istituto Luce Cinecittà since 2014, promoting and informing about the EU funding programme for the audiovisual industry.
She graduated in Foreign Languages and Literature and after a period in the publishing sector she has been working for the MEDIA Programme.
MEDIA aims to strengthen the competitiveness and diversity of the European audiovisual industry offering a wide variety of funding for the development, promotion and distribution of European works within Europe and beyond.
The CED Media Italy offices provide free advice and support for Italian applicants and organize infodays, workshops and seminars for the audiovisual professionals and companies.