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Presenting the new Creative Europe programme, the European Commission invited representatives from various EU Member States to discuss how best to increase the competitiveness of the European film industry while preserving its cultural diversity.
This was the motto of the 12th edition of Berlinale Talent held under this year's international film festival in Berlin.
Cultural heritage is a strategic resource for social, economic and environmental development in Europe, says EU cultural minister in a conclusion adopted on 20 May.
Result of the call for proposals under Creative Europe: Organisation and implementation of an annual European Union Prize for cultural heritage
A new EU film strategy launched on 15 May 2014 aims to boost cultural diversity and competitiveness in the digital era.
The next four editions of the EU Prize for Literature (2015-2018) will be implemented by the Federation of European Publishers, the European Writers' Council, and the European and International Booksellers Federation.
The winners of the 2014 European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards were honoured on 5 May during a ceremony in Vienna.
The European panel in charge of monitoring preparations by the 2015 European Capitals of Culture, Mons, Belgium, and Plzeň, Czech Republic, has recommended that both should receive the Melina Mercouri Prize in recognition of the quality of their preparations. The prize amounts to €1.5 million for each city, to be paid under the EU Creative Europe programme.