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Fostering European Media Talents and Skills

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European Media Talents and Skills funding will strengthen the capacity of audiovisual professionals to adapt to new creative processes and new business models with a view to maximise the opportunities of digital innovation.

This support will include mentoring programmes for audiovisual professionals including boot-camps that provide hands-on schemes to young talents across Europe. Mentoring programmes will be supported to strengthen diversity and gender balance in the industry.

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  • Foster talents and skills of the audiovisual sector professionals across Europe.
  • Activities may take the form of physical and/or on-line training courses, boot-camp courses, and/or mentoring programmes based on innovative learning, teaching, mentoring and coaching methods, using the latest digital technologies.
  • Facilitating the learning and acquisition of new skills and expertise across the audio-visual value chain, in particular digital skills.
  • Develop new business models and strengthening international cooperation in the audiovisual sector; fostering co-operation between players from different groups of countries to ensure knowledge transfer and relevant mentorship opportunities and reinforcing the capacity of professionals from low audiovisual capacity countries.
  • Promote business strategies that ensure more sustainable and more environmentally-respectful industry as well as diversity and inclusiveness.
  • Training activities on sustainability and greener solutions for the audiovisual industry.
  • Nurturing young talent and support young start-ups in the audiovisual sector.

  • European organisations from countries participating in the MEDIA strand.

  • Physical and/or on-line training courses, boot-camp courses, and/or mentoring programmes based on innovative learning, teaching, mentoring and coaching methods, using the latest digital technologies.

  • Improvement of skills and competences adapted to the evolving market practices aimed at professionals from the audiovisual industry, in particular young professionals, as well as professionals from start ups.
  • Majority of the participants are to be of a nationality other than that of the applicant.

  • Project budget (maximum grant amount): No limit. The grant awarded may be lower than the amount requested.
  • The grant will be a budget-based (actual costs, with unit cost and flat-rate elements). This means that it will reimburse ONLY certain types of costs (eligible costs) and costs that were actually incurred for your project (NOT the budgeted costs).