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27 articles available in total starting from 21/06/2011. Last article published on 24/03/2015.

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Putting authors at the heart of the digital economy

Putting authors at the heart of the digital economy

The Society of Audiovisual Authors (SAA) today published the 2nd edition of its White Paper on Audiovisual Authors Rights and Remuneration in Europe  

24/03/2015 | Editorial

Can European cinema be thrown off balance by the weight of its success?

Can European cinema be thrown off balance by the weight of its success?

Following the EFAs, Cineuropa ponders the consequences of Ida’s success on the general public across the pond, who are unfortunately still susceptible to simplistic clichés…  

15/12/2014 | Editorial | European Film Awards 2014

Northern Wave, the festival at the end of the world

Northern Wave, the festival at the end of the world

The seventh edition of this one-of-a-kind festival took place from 17-19 October  

28/10/2014 | Editorial

More strength to European cinema

More strength to European cinema

The new communication on cinema was awaited with great trepidation by regional funds, but in the end, territorial effects prevailed over uncontrolled competition.  

03/07/2014 | Editorial

New cinema? It’s on television

New cinema? It’s on television

Complex plots and well-rounded characters: television dramas are the new cinema. They are overtaking classic early-evening sitcoms. And if America is in the lead, Europe is catching up, thanks to...  

11/06/2014 | Editorial

Copyright in the spotlight once again

Copyright in the spotlight once again

A year to the day after the orientation debate on copyright organised at the heart of the European Commission on December 5 2012, the Commission has come back with a public consultation on the...  

07/02/2014 | Editorial

Editorial: How digital is changing programming in cinemas

Editorial: How digital is changing programming in cinemas

The shift to digital projection is not just a matter of replacing one technology with another. It means more flexible programming and a wider range of offer  

11/07/2013 | Editorial

What if Internet Were Not the Devil Itself?

What if Internet Were Not the Devil Itself?

Reduction of the windows and worldwide distribution licenses are not the solution. It is important to rebuild a trustworthy relationship between industry and its audience  

03/07/2013 | Editorial

Cultural exception: we have won, now let us value our rights

Cultural exception: we have won, now let us value our rights

Copyright is what enables Internet giants to successfully do business. Let us inform those who gain from this that without our “product” they are empty boxes.  

17/06/2013 | Editorial

The European Parliament supports the cultural exception

The European Parliament supports the cultural exception

The European Parliament has expressed its refusal to see cultural and audiovisual services used as a trading tools in global trade negotiations with the United States  

28/05/2013 | Editorial

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