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UK Media Desk Birmingham Roadshow
« on: October 03, 2007, 12:04:32 PM »
The UK MEDIA Desk is coming to Birmingham to promote the funding schemes of the European Union’s MEDIA 2007 Programme, including Development Funding, Access to Finance, TV Broadcasting as well as support for festivals, training and promotional activities.

Agnieszka Moody, Director of the UK MEDIA Desk will explain how the funding schemes work and how to submit a successful application.  She will also provide information on a range of MEDIA-supported professional training courses, festivals and markets in Europe. 

In the afternoon you will be able to book individual sessions with Agnieszka to go through your projects in more detail.

The event is aimed at independent producers, writers and directors working on film, television and interactive projects (games) aimed for the international market.  Over the last six years UK filmmakers have received €14.5 million of development funding alone from the MEDIA Programme.  Now, even more money is available, while the schemes have been simplified and the paperwork has been reduced.

So come and see if MEDIA 2007 could work for you.

Running order for the event will be:

10.45am      Registration
11am      Intro by Screen WM
11.15am      Presentation from Agnieszka Moody
12.15pm      Questions      
12.30pm      Lunch – during which time individual advice                   sessions can be booked
1.30pm      Individual advice sessions begin

If you would like to attend this event please RSVP to Emma Smith at [email protected] by no later than 8 October.

Confirmation of attendance will be sent via e-mail before the event.

The event will be held at The Birmingham and Midland Institute, Margaret Street, Birmingham, B3 3BS.

The UK MEDIA Desk Roadshow in Birmingham is delivered in partnership with Screen WM and is a part of the UK MEDIA Desk Northbound Roadshow 2007 which takes place also in Bradford, Newcastle , Nottingham and Manchester