Creative Europe (2014-2020)

€ 1,460,000,000

Creative Europe
European Union Funding
for Research & Innovation
Purpose Supporting European cinema and the cultural and creative sector and enabling them to increase their contribution to jobs and growth. The programme will support tens of thousands of artists, cultural professionals and cultural organisations in the performing arts, fine arts, publishing, film, TV, music, interdisciplinary arts, heritage, and the video games industry, allowing them to operate across Europe, to reach new audiences and to develop the skills that are needed in the digital age. By helping European cultural works to reach new audiences in other countries, the new programme will also contribute to safeguarding and promoting Europe's cultural and linguistic diversity.
Call Frequency Between 1-2 Calls per annum. Please see individual sub-programmes and schemes
Budget Line Security and citizenship
Directorate General Education and Culture (EAC)
Topics
Creative Industries Cultural Heritage and Tourism Investment

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