Creative Europe - European Media Funding

  • Cross-sectoral

    Creative Europe’s new cross-sectoral category funds projects from both the KULTUR and MEDIA sub-programmes. This can relate to issues such as the creation of networks, film education, or crowdfunding, for example. The first programme selections were announced in the summer of 2015.

  • Cinema

    Europa Cinemas, a European cinema network, provides support to network-affiliated cinemas that programme a high proportion of European-origin films. The network includes 1,182 cinemas in 682 cities in 69 countries around the world. In Germany, 166 cinemas from Flensburg to Oberstdorf are members of the network.

  • Funding for Producers

    MEDIA funds film, TV, and digital projects that show strong potential for European and international co-production and distribution, and which have significant artistic value and represent cultural diversity. Independent production companies that hold at least 50% of the project rights and can show a current reference project are eligible to apply.

  • Funding for Distributors

    Here, funding is provided for the release of non-European-national films that are to be exhibited in cinemas by at least seven European distributors. The distribution of feature films, documentary films, and animated films of at least 60 minutes in length ca supported.

  • Markets and Festivals

    Funding can be provided for European festivals with a programmatic focus on countries participating in the MEDIA scheme. The festivals should address the issues of audience development, particularly with regard to young audiences, as well as film education. In addition, support can be provided for activities that facilitate market access for filmmakers and films.

  • Continuing-Education Measures

    Continuing-education measures for European media professionals, for instance in the areas of audience development, project development, marketing, sales and distribution, and management, are also funded by the MEDIA programme. Applications can be submitted by film and television academies, universities, associations, educational institutions and private companies.

Creative Europe MEDIA – 25 years

European Funding for the German Capital Region

The Creative Europe Desk Berlin-Brandenburg is one of four MEDIA information offices in Germany, and is an important industry partner for all issues relating to the Creative Europe Programme. Producers, distributors, cinema operators, festivals and other companies in the audiovisual sector can here obtain information about MEDIA funding and assistance with submitting applications to Brussels. The MEDIA Programme is a part of Creative Europe, an EU programme for the support of  the audiovisual sector and Europe’s cultural and creative industries. 


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  • Apply now for FORMAT MASTER CLASS

    03.08.2017

    • TV
    • Film & Kino

    During 3 days in Berlin, the Medienboard funded FORMAT MASTER CLASS will explore the core skills and business savvy needed to create, develop and package your ideas as they are taken from scratch to ...

  • VR NOW Con 2017 - The Tech Biz Art Conference & Award

    19.07.2017

    • Games & Digitales
    • Interaktiv & Innovativ
    • Event

    VR NOW Con is back! We added a day and an extra expo+workshop area! Come back to Potsdam/Berlin on November 15+16, 2017, and enjoy a two-stage conference, a showcase and expo area including foodcourt, ...

  • Early Bird Tickets for Changing the Picture 2017

    10.07.2017

    • Film & Kino
    • TV
    • Serielle Formate
    • Event

    The CHANGING THE PICTURE Technology Conference will take place for the 5th time in Germany’s capital region at the Babelsberg Studios in Potsdam, on November 9-10, 2017. It showcases the newest ...

  • Film-Summer in the City! Medienboard funds 31 new projects with 4.8 million Euros

    23.06.2017

    • Film & Kino
    • TV
    • Fördermeldung
    • News en
    In its third annual round of funding, Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg granted more than 4.8 million Euros to 31 projects that will be produced, developed or distributed by film professionals in the ...
  • Medienboard funds 35 new projects with 6.7 million Euros

    03.05.2017

    • Film & Kino
    • TV
    • Fördermeldung
    • News en
    In its second annual round of funding, Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg granted more than 6.7 million Euros to 35 new projects that will be produced, developed or distributed by film professionals in ...
  • Medienboard's support of INTERNATIONAL GAMES WEEK BERLIN

    31.03.2017

    • Games & Digitales
    • Interaktiv & Innovativ
    • Startups
    • Mobile
    • Event

    Gaming fans and industry professionals are eagerly looking forward to the INTERNATIONAL GAMES WEEK BERLIN 2017 from 24 – 30 April 2017. Medienboard funds several events including the Opening Summit, ...

  • Let’s get started! Medienboard funds new and exciting projects in 2017

    06.02.2017

    • Film & Kino
    • TV
    • Fördermeldung
    • News en
    In its first annual round of funding, Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg granted more than 5.5 million Euros to 41 projects that will be produced, developed or distributed by film professionals in the ...
  • Medienboard-funded Berlinale Talents announced programme highlights

    25.01.2017

    • Film & Kino
    • Serielle Formate
    • Professionalisierung
    • Event

    Berlinale Talents 2017: Courageous Encounters With Agnieszka Holland, Ana Lily Amirpour, Andres Veiel, Christo, David OReilly, Gob Squad, Isabel Coixet, João Moreira Salles, Paul Verhoeven, Raoul Peck ...

  • “Drama Series Days” 2017: New Venue, Expanded Programme

    18.01.2017

    • Event
    • Film & Kino
    • Serielle Formate
    The Medienboard-funded “Drama Series Days”, a joint initiative for series content co-organised by the industry platforms European Film Market, Berlinale Co-Production Market and Berlinale Talents, ...
  • 23 films funded by the Medienboard on shortlist for LOLA Awards

    06.01.2017

    • Film & Kino
    • Pressemeldung

    Berlin/Potsdam – The awards season 2017 starts off with the announcement of the LOLA Awards' shortlist for feature films, documentaries and children's movies. The Medienboard funded 23 of the ...