Creative Europe MEDIA

European and Swedish resources

European resuorces

Agorateka is a Pan-European portal of the European Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), created through the European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights. It allows you to search through national-level portals that link to sites for music, film & television, e-books, video games and sports events. It provides fast and easy access to legal offers online. In Sweden you can search via the site streamalagligt.

Eurimages supports co-production and distribution of feature films and creative documentaries. Eurimages is the European fund of the Council of Europe and it is situated in Strasbourg.

Europa Cinemas is a EU supported network of cinemas showing European films. Individual cinemas can apply for membership and financial support for their programming.

The European Audiovisual Observatory, based in Strasbourg, provides information and statistics to professionals in cinema, television, video and new media business in Europe.

The European Commission Information about the EU-institutions, the policies, press releases and the general directorates and their services can be found here.

Filmkontakt Nord offers information about festivals for short films and documentaries. The site also provides information about the organisation’s various activities like the Nordic Panorama and Nordic Forum.

MEDIA Stands organises participation for professionals at various festivals in Europe. The website contains information about the festivals and conditions.

Swedish resources

Independent Filmmakers Association
Swedish organization working for improved conditions for filmmakers and producers.

The Swedish Film Producers´ Association 
Provides information on Swedish Film producers and their contact details.

Swedish TV Producers' Association  
Provides information on Swedish TV producers and their contact details.

Swedish Games Industry 
The Swedish Joint Association of Game Developers and Publishers provides information on the games industry inSweden. 

Coproducing with the Nordic Countries
The Nordic Film and TV Fund annually publishes this guide to coproducing with the Nordic Countries. Included is information on nordic, national and regional funds and film commissions.

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