Christina Kallas, filmmaker and founder of the Writers Improv Studio, conversed about her innovative filmmaking style recently with #DirectedbyWomen Catalyst Barbara Ann O’Leary.
In recognition of a unique and dedicated contribution to the world of film, the European Film Academy takes great pleasure in presenting Jean-Claude Carrière with the LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD for his outstanding body of work.
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Two weeks ago, I had the good fortune to visit the Cannes Film Festival. As ever, Cannes offers a true showcase of European creative talent.
VP ANSIP CONFIRMS COMMISSION'S FOCUS ON AUTHORS' REMUNERATION IN UPCOMING COPYRIGHT REVIEW AT 2016 CREATORS CONFERENCE
Brussels, 1 June 2016
The Creators Conference 2016 concluded yesterday after a productive day of panels, interviews and speeches by prominent artists, experts and policy makers discussing the current issues faced by the European creators' community and the cultural and creative industries.
The Society of Audiovisual Authors (SAA) and Writers & Directors Worldwide call on the European Commission to put authors at the heart of any copyright reform to ensure that they share in the future success of the Digital Single Market.
A brighter picture seems to be on the cards for the European film industry after a fruitful dialogue between the European Commission and film professionals in Cannes.
Every screenwriter at one time experiences the look of confusion and ridicule in the face of a friend, producer or agent when they pitch their craziest or most ambitious ideas – but fear not, even some of the greats were once in the positions of the underdog films, having to fight their corner on unlikely projects which seemingly stood no chance of dancing their magic on the silver screen.