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RE-ACT (Regional Audiovisual Cooperation and Training)is a new trans-regional initiative for co-developing audiovisual projects between Croatia, Slovenia and the Italian region of Friuli Venizia Guilia.

RE-ACT (Regional Audiovisual Cooperation and Training) www.filmreact.eu  is a new trans-regional initiative for co-developing audiovisual projects between Croatia, Slovenia and the Italian region of Friuli Venizia Guilia.

FNE asked Silvia Costa for an update on Creative Europe and if the new Creative Europe remains committed to supporting cultural diversity and a level playing field.

WARSAW: Active both in Poland and abroad, Polish producer Agnieszka Kurzydło already has more then a couple of  hits under her belt. She is always on the lookout for her new "dream project" while managing her own company Mental Disorder 4.

FNE asked Romanova how EU producers can coproduce successfully with Russia, during the Red Square Screenings in Moscow. See the full interview on FNE TV.

Scanorama Ontente: UK Baltic States CoProduction Forum.

FNE asks the director of the newly established Lithuanian Film Centre (www.lfc.lt/en) about the challenges ahead for the EU’s newest national film body. Watch the interview on FNE TV.

FNE asks Nik Powell about the future of Creative Europe and how producers in small and large countries can build effective partnerships.

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FNE asks what are the most important issues facing European independent distributors today.

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LYON: FNE spoke with John Dick, head of Sector Distribution at the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) (www.eacea.ec.europa.eu) during the Europa Distribution (www.europa-distribution.org) conference in Lyon on the challenges and the successes of Central and Eastern European distributors within the EACEA distribution sector.

SOFIA: FNE spoke with Irina Kanousheva, acting director of the Bulgarian National Film Center (www.nfc.bg) on the challenges facing the film industry in Bulgaria and how Bulgarian and EU policies on film interact in one of the EU’s newest member s

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