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Muriel Pénicaud, Minister of Labor, and Franck Riester, Minister of Culture, announce exceptional measures to support intermittent workers and employees in the cultural sector in the context of the health crisis.
The cultural sector is particularly affected by the spread of the Covid-19 virus. The Ministry of Culture has set up an information unit intended to help professionals.
Sama for All, founded by Souad Nanaa, is a nonprofit that trains displaced people for employment in French museums and cultural organizations.
The European Audiovisual Observatory has released an updated edition of the report "The Circulation of European Films outside of Europe – Key figures 2018". The study looks at the volume and the theatrical performance of European films in 15 non-European sample markets, including North America, six Latin American markets, five Asian markets, as well as Australia and New Zealand. The analysis is based on 2018 data and complemented by a five-year data series for the period 2014 to 2018.
This report focuses on the theatrical exploitation of European films outside Europe. It should be kept in mind that the theatrical window is only one of, broadly speaking, four market segments: TV, video and video on demand (VOD) markets may also constitute relevant market potential for European films, but cannot be quantified due to intransparency of corresponding consumption data.
Based on the actual budget analysis of 576 European live-action fiction films released in 2017, this is probably the largest pan-European data sample available to date on the financing of European fiction films. This report is the fruit of a major collaboration project between the European Audiovisual Observatory, part of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, and the European Film Agency Research Network (EFARN). It was authored by Martin Kanzler, Deputy Head of the Observatory’s Department for Market Information.