Do you know that since April this year you can access digital services you have paid for in the EU country in which you reside when you are on holiday in another EU country? So this summer you can view films, catch up with a series, enjoy watching sports events, read eBooks, play video games and listen to music you subscribed to at home without the frustration of your services being blocked or costing extra.
In the online #euFilmContest, participants are asked to recognise films or other audiovisual works that received support from the Creative Europe MEDIA programme. The most successful ten participants will get a chance to win a trip to the 71st Film Festival in Cannes (8–19 May 2018). The deadline for entries is 18 March 2018. Why not have a go!
The EU MEDIA programme is 25 years old this year. To mark the occasion they’ve created a general question and answer factsheet as well as a series of country specific factsheets, an infographic, and a number of videos to explain how the EU invests in film, television and video games across Europe, as well as providing training and collaboration opportunities between nation states. Information is available in all official languages of the EU.
See below or click the links above to find out about the MEDIA programme’s activities.