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Creative Europe funding

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Funding to support AV practitioners and film-makers
Creative Europe: supporting and improving culture and audiovisual in Europe

From 1 January 2014, BFI and British Council began delivering an interim service for the audio-visual and culture sectors, on behalf of DCMS, the formalised BFI/BC partnership commences from 1 April 2014

Amanda Nevill, CEO of the BFI, comments: “Supporting and promoting British talent and companies internationally and bringing a diverse range of World and European cinema to British audiences are key priorities for the BFI, and Creative Europe will play an important role in helping us to achieve these aims. The UK is a leader in creativity, and our creative industries are recognised as key engines for economic growth. We’re excited to enter into this new partnership with the British Council to help ensure that entrepreneurial professionals across the UK can access and benefit from support through Creative Europe, to help UK film, culture and creativity continue to thrive.”
Michel Magnier, Director for Culture and Creativity at the European Commission, comments: “…The UK’s audio-visual industry brings to Europe a wealth of talent and professionalism, with filmmakers who are cherished across the continent and indeed the world…I am excited to see how Creative Europe can play its role in supporting these vibrant sectors and help to inspire fruitful partnerships and collaboration with professionals across the rest of Europe, and beyond.”



*to read more on this article visit the British Council’s website


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Writer, Performer, Creative Producer and a certified PTLLS facilitator based in Manchester. Sarah looks to work collaboratively with artists and organisations that support the growth and development of the creative capitol within the region. Sarah is a strategic thinker, a diplomatic proactive personality and a reflective learner. Sarah works to create inclusive learning environments. While Sarah values the importance of artistic merit and the production of high quality work, she mostly enjoys the freedom to play, experiment and simply create, simply because one can.

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