📢 აუდიოვიზუალური სექტორის ორგანიზაციებისა და
შემოქმედებითი ევროპის მედია ქვეპროგრამაში გამოცხადდა შემდეგი კონკურსები:
** კინოფესტივალების მხარდაჭერა (კონკურსი ცხადდება 2 ეტაპად)
I ეტაპი - ფესტივალებისათვის ( რომლებიც მაისიდან - ოქტომბრის თვეების შუალედში ტარდება) განაცხადის შეტანის ბოლო ვადაა 2019 წლის 21 ნოემბერი 17. 00 სთ. (ბრიუსელის დროით)
II ეტაპი - ფესტივალებისათვის ( ნოემბერიდან - აპრილის თვეების შუალედში) განაცხადის შეტანა შესაძლებელია 2020 წლის 23 აპრილის ჩათვლით, 17. 00 სთ. (ბრიუსელის დროით)
* ბაზრების ხელშეწყობა - განაცხადის შეტანის ბოლო
ვადაა 2020 წლის 6 თებერვლი, 17. 00 სთ. (ბრიუსელის
* კინოგანათლება - განაცხადის შეტანა შესაძლებელია
2020 წლის 12. მარტის ჩათვლით, 17. 00 სთ. (ბრიუსელის დროით)
👉 სრული ინფორმაცია იხილეთ: https://europa.eu/!Gt33Fj
📢🎼 შემოქმედებითი ევროპის კულტურის ქვეპროგრამაში მუსიკის პროფესიონალებისათვის Music Loves Europe ფარგლებში გამოცხადდა ახალი კონკურსი სახელწოდებით: Study on health and well being of music creators.
კონკურსის მიზანია მუსიკოსთა ჯანმრთელობის მდგომარეობის შესახებ კვლევის ჩატარება, იმ სპეციფიკური რისკების გათვალისწინებით, რომლებიც პროფესიონალი მუსიკოსების ჯანმრთელობაზე ახდენენ ზეგავლენას.
⏳განაცხადების შეტანა 2020 წლის 3 თებერვლამდეა შესაძლებელი.
👇დაწვრილებითი ინფორმაცია კონკურსის შესახებ:
Creative Europe Culture subprogramme has an open call for Literary Translations.
Deadline: 2020 May 5
Call alert ⚡️Support to literary translations
Translation, publication & promotion of 3-10 works
Deadline: 5 May
Learn more and apply
Creative Europe Cross-sectoral strand has an open call: Bridging Culture & Audiovisual through Digital
Deadline: 2020 May 14
Background to this call
In it’s proposal for Creative Europe post-2020, the Commission proposed estabshing a Creative Innovation Lab for cross-sectoral collaboration and innovation. In this light, and drawing on he results of a recent workshop with stakeholders, pilot projects will be supported in 2020. They are looking for projects which explore the potential for cross-sectoral collaboration in view of the Creative Innovation Lab. Supported activities will be at the crossroads between cultural and creative sectors, including audiovisual, and will use innovative technologies.
What does this funding support?
The European Commission has published its second call Bridging Culture and Audiovisual Content through Digital which is aimed at cultural and audiovisual institutions. Funding will be provided for projects that include audiovisual and new digital technology for museums, live events and cultural heritage. This call specifies that projects must bridge cultural and audiovisual content through digitization. Support will be given to projects that:
- Feature new forms of creation at the cross roads between different cultural and creative sectors, including audiovisual sector, using innovative technologies such as virtual reality;
- Foster innovative cross-sectoral approaches and tools to facilitate access, distribution, promotion or monetization of culture and creative, including cultural heritage.
What do projects need to address?
Projects should focus on the following aspects:
Problem-solving approach and addressing challendes for the cultural and creative sectors
Audience and the user experience are of paramount importance in scoping the problem
Technology is an enabler in addressing key problems, rather than an objective on its own
Support innovation as regards the creation, distribution and promotion of creative content
Addressing cross-sectoral collaboration as well as the use of enabling technologies is also an objective.
Full guidelines and supporting documents can be found here on the website of EACEA which manages Creative Europe.
Who can apply for this call?
The proposal must be submitted by a consortium of at least three legal entities coming from three different countries participating in the Creative Europe programme and presenting a diverse range of expertise across several cultural and creative sectors, including audiovisual. The results of the undertaken actions should be shared with stakeholders and policy makers through the organization of a public workshop and assessment of the impact of the action.
There is a PARTNER SEARCH list included in the online portal to help organisations connect and plan projects suitable for this call.
What kind of projects have been funded in previous call?
In the previous Call results for 2019, there were eight projects funded by Creative Europe.
IMZ (AT) Digital Cross Over, € 192 000.00
EDEON Programmes SA (FR) Offre immersive d’exposition et d’experience VR € 175 000.00
INVR.SPACE GMBH (DE) The link €175 000.00
Ticketing Group BV (NL) Venue Insights for Cultural Empowerment €258 550.00
Universidade Do Minho (PT) Heritage Within € 244 106.44
Fondazione Belvedere-Gschwent (IT) The Rude Awakening – a multimedia Journey in the Footsteps of Frontline Soldiers’ Everyday Life € 204 000.00
De Vlaamse Redio en Televisieomroeporganisatie NV (BE) Real Heroes € 240 000.00
Atlantis Symvouleftiki Anonymi Etaireia Atlantis Consulting SA (EL) Time Capsules at the Bottom of the Sea €213 986.00
The deadline of this call is 14th May 2020 17:00 Brussels time
This year the Piksel Festival has been waiting to the last minute to release the open call in the hope the Covid rules would relax a bit, mainly regarding the obligation to quarantine artists at arrival in Bergen.
As the festival is approaching, they finally decided to do a double open call.
One is for artists travelling from non quarantine countries who can travel to Bergen (Norway).
Call for Projects
Deadline No. 2: 22 December 2020
We are looking for projects that are presented for the first time at their current stage.
Pitching du Réel
The Pitching du Réel is Visions du Réel’s international co-production forum for creative documentaries intended for theatrical distribution and TV broadcasting. It offers the participants the opportunity to discuss the content and form of their project and to find out which contexts and markets might be the most relevant for it. It encourages international co-productions and helps to finance outstanding film projects addressing an international audience.
Docs in Progress
Docs in Progress, as part of Visions du Réel Industry, presents about eight films in their finishing stage. Through a screening to film professionals exclusively (festival representatives, funds supporting post-production, post-production facilities, distributors, TV buyers, etc.) and through specific individual meetings, the aim of this activity is to allow the projects’ holders to find suitable partners to go into and/or finalise post-production, to look for distribution, festivals, sales, etc.
Rough Cut Lab
As part of Visions du Réel Industry, the Rough Cut Lab invites four film teams, with a creative documentary at finishing stage, to present their rough cut to industry professionals in order to get specific feedbacks and advices. The idea is to support filmmakers in the moment of editing. Four rough cuts will be screened and discussed together with a tutor and a moderator, the film team and some selected experts during a working session.
Duration: October 2016 – September 2018
Europe’s first virtual think tank devoted to researching the theatre of the future.
The digital shift changes how we create, share and monetise content, including theatrical works. European theatre needs to increase civic engagement by bringing theatre to new audiences and sectors – through instruments such as participatory theatre and new technologies that break down barriers, encourage dialogue and help Europe’s rich cultural tradition thrive. In light of these challenges, the ETL brings together 6 of Europe’s leading theatres and scientists in the pursuit to use new technology to bring Europe’s stages into our communities and online.
Stage Your City is a project of the partner theatres Centre Dramatique National Nancy-Lorraine, Théâtre de la Manufacture (F), Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe (DE) and Kote Marjanishvili State Drama Theatre (GE), coproduced by the European Theatre Convention (ETC) as part of the European Theatre Lab: Drama goes digital. The European Theatre Lab is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the EU.
“Stage Your City” is merging the trends of digitisation and participatory theatre. It plays with augmented, mixed and virtual reality, 360° video, gaming elements and an app-guided audio walk. The participatory approach encourages the audience to co-create the way out of a dystopian fairy tale: In the future the city will be controlled by an artificial intelligence called Zigmagora. The participants are asked to explore their city interactively, focusing on topics like future health, security, identity – and love.
Opera (e)Studio takes form after the professionals in charge of programming and selection of casts at partner opera houses observe that the new generations of singers that answer calls for auditions are not fully prepared for the demands of current theatres once they complete their formal musical training. Directors and audiences have become increasingly more demanding, and singing beautifully is no longer enough: singers must also look the part, act dramatically, bring us to tears, make us laugh, move elegantly and be fit to withstand the physical demands of the roles on stage.
Opera (e)Studio is a formative project aimed at young opera singers under the age of 32 who have finished their formal training, but have not made their stage debut and need further comprehensive training to align themselves with the demands of the current labour market of the European opera houses to improve their employability. Participants are selected from international auditions held in partner cities throughout Europe, following a mass call for auditions broadcast through specialized networks and printed and online media to maximize dissemination. A one-month intensive residential training course follows in Tenerife covering all disciplines that encompass opera, offered by internationally renowned professionals. The participants then produce a selected opera title with the professional pace of a theatre, which is premièred in Opera de Tenerife’s Season. The entire artistic team then tours with the production, premièring in the partner theatres in within their regular opera season. The project creates a framework for singers, agents, artistic directors and theatres to meet, allowing singers a better understanding of the sector and its internal links, and acting as a showcase of their work, encouraging exposure and the internationalization of their careers. We aim to attract younger audiences through activities designed specifically to bring them to opera.
i-Portunus continues to support the mobility of artists, creators and cultural professionals among all countries participating in the Creative Europe Programme. A second pilot project was selected and co-funded by the Creative Europe program and a consortium headed by Goethe-Institut with Institut français and Izolyatsia. This second phase runs from the end of 2020 until the end of 2021.
More than ever i-Portunus mobility is needed to answer to the existing and new needs of the creative sectors by offering a demand-driven mobility scheme that allows direct application through a straightforward and flexible process.
i-Portunus’ main focus is to connect artists and to support international collaborations. This will be done via physical mobility but also, if necessary, by virtual or blended mobility variations.
i-Portunus will launch five open calls for applications, targeting artists, creators and cultural professionals in music, literary translation, architecture and cultural heritage in December 2020, January 2021 and February 2021.
i-Portunus dedicates a total budget of 500.000 EUR with a fixed amount per applicant for transportation and per diem, depending on the destination country and the duration of the mobility.
We designed a chart that will guide you through the process of getting relevant information to find a funding strand within Creative Europe for your idea and steps you need to take to implement your project successfully