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The ten winners of the European Border Breakers Awards 2015 were revealed on 14 October. From 21 October until 19 December you can vote for your favorite EBBA winner and win a trip to the EBBA show in Groningen in January.
The selection panel of independent experts responsible for assessing the Italian cities competing to be European Capital of Culture in 2019 has recommended that Matera should be awarded the title.
Liveurope, a new European music platform co-funded by the Creative Europe programme, was launched on 10 October at Ancienne Belgique in Brussels. The platform brings together thirteen well-known venues in thirteen European countries.
The winners of the 2014 European Union Prize for Literature (EUPL) were announced on 8 October at the Frankfurt Book Fair by Androulla Vassiliou, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth.
"A Pigeon sat on a Branch reflecting on Existence" by Roy Andersson was awarded the Golden Lion for best film at the Venice Film Festival. The Swedish director's new film was one of several movies screened at Venice supported by EU's MEDIA sub-programme. Photo Credit ©: Studio 24
The independent selection panel responsible for assessing the candidatures of the Bulgarian cities competing for the 2019 European Capital of Culture title has recommended that Plovdiv should be awarded the title.