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Cineuropa talks to our Vice-President Mikael Svensson, head of the Oresund Film Commission - Southern Sweden, to find out more about the status of cinema within the EU’s cultural agenda.
Spain prepares generous filming incentive to boost international appeal.
Authorities in Spain are preparing to launch a new, simplified filming incentive programme designed to boost the country’s international appeal.
Ridley Scott recently filmed Exodus: Gods and Kings in Andalucia and Spain plans to attract more shoots on a similar scale.
Cineuropa talked to Truls Kontny, the new president of the European Film Commissions Network, to find out more about the role that the EUFCN plays in today’s cinematic landscape.
During their General assembly in Turin-Italy, where they were invited by the Film Commission Torino Piemonte, the Filming Europe-EUFCN members voted to renew part of the association board of directors.
The elections resulted in the following board:
Truls Kontny - President
Film Commission Norway
Mikael Svensson - Vice-President
Oresund Film Commission
Valérie Lépine-Karnik - General Secretary
Brodie Pringle - Treasurer
Andrea Rocco - Board member
Genova Liguria Film Commission
Carlos Rosado Cobiàn - Board member
Film Commission Spain
Christiane Raab - Board member
Berlin Brandenburg Film Commission
Jacques Paul Georges Mer - Board member
Algarve Film Commission
The staff and current board of Filming Europe-EUFCN are happy to welcome new board members and look forward to starting working with them for the growth of the Association.
EAVE organises an EAVE ON DEMAND session in co-operation with EUFCN / Filming in Europe from November20-21 in Torino, Italy for EUFCN members.
The 2-day tailor-made workshop for EUFCN members will increase the participants’ knowledge about co-production, share experiences and provide inspiration on how to make the cooperation between film commissions, funders and producers in Europe even more efficient. Co-production is a more and more vital in the audiovisual industry and film commissioners can play a crucial role in this new scenario. The EUFCN network is a meaningful resource to build collaboration and share experience along members and countries, the right entity who could open a discussion on this subject with the guidance of EAVE experts and professionals.