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110 articles available in total starting from 02/08/2002. Last article published on 26/06/2019.

Alarm Over FUS Cuts

The Financial Law passed last week by the Council of Ministers and currently under examination by Parliament has proposed a cut to the Visual Arts Fund (FUS) of approximately 164m euro per year,...  

03/10/2005 | Funding | Italy

Cinema Commission: 10 Films Financed

Ten feature films considered to be of "national cultural interest" were approved for financing by theCinema Commission , part of the Ministry of Culture’s Film Board. The films and their...  

28/09/2005 | Funding | Italy

€70m for film production

In 2005, around €70m will be made available towards the production of new feature films, according to the Italian Cultural Minister Giuliano Urbani. He also announced that in accordance with the...  

17/01/2005 | Funding | Italy

Profita: "Europe not united"

Profita: "Europe not united"

The head of the Italian film board has outlined a less than optimistic scenario: “limited results in the creation of a European cinema up until now”, in spite of the efforts of the MEDIA programme  

12/12/2003 | Funding | Italy

The magnificent eight

The consultative commission for cinema has decided on eight films to be considered as in the national cultural interest, at a meeting held on June 5. These are the titles: Vedrai vedrai by Gianni...  

13/06/2003 | Funding | Italy

Grants assigned to 12 films

Recipients include Five Moons Square by Renzo Martinelli and The Tulse Luper Suitcases by Peter Greenaway  

04/04/2003 | Funding | Italy

State posts a 9-year loss of 400m

Be sure and read our ITALIAN CINEMA DOSSIER Since 1994, the Italian state has lost over Euros400m in film funds. The startling figure is the result of a survey into Italian state film funding that...  

11/03/2003 | Funding | Italy

Support for distribution

Italia Cinema and the Film Council earmark Euros300,000 to promote 4 Italian films in UK theatres  

03/12/2002 | Funding | Italy

BNL backs Olmi

The Banca Nazionale del Lavoro (BNL) has assigned funds to two Italian film production companies, CinemaUndici and Albachiara. This is part of a wide-ranging project by the EIB (European...  

03/10/2002 | Funding | Italy

Finance for cinema: new management

A new way of providing public funding for Italian films. That is the aim of the bill proposed by Gabriella Carlucci, head of Forza Italia’s Entertainment Office, and her Alleanza Nazionale...  

02/08/2002 | Funding | Italy

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