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When the 71st Venice Film Festival opens on the 27 August, four of ten films selected for the Main Competition are being supported by EU's Creative Europe programme. The MEDIA sub-programme is represented in Venice by some of the most outstanding, award-winning European directors: Fatih Akın, Roy Andersson and Xavier Beauvois.
The results of the first call for proposals under the Creative Europe – Culture Sub-programmefor European Platforms are out now! Who got what and how much? Check all the details.
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia have signed agreements to participate in the European Union's Creative Europe programme.
Serbia is the first non-European Union country to sign up and participate in the new Creative Europe programme.