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Season of #ClassicFilms – European classics screened at #CulturalHeritage venues across Europe

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This summer, European film classics will be screened in some of Europe’s most iconic cultural heritage venues. Until the end of September, classic films from across the EU will be screened free of charge in a wide variety of venues in 13 EU countries – from small towns to capital cities – highlighting Europe’s rich and diverse cultural heritage. As part of the wider restoration and digitisation of heritage films, the event series ‘A Season of Classic Films’ is supported by Media creativa de Europa programas.

Education, Culture, Youth and Sport Commissioner Tibor Navracsics said: “European cultural heritage, including our great film classics, should be accessible to everyone. I am pleased to see that the Season of Classic Films makes it possible for everyone interested to be part of an experience shared across Europe, even when attending a local event.”

Digital Economy and Society Commissioner Mariya Gabriel added: “Cinema is an essential part of our rich and diverse European culture and is contributing to reinforce bonds between people feeling the same passion and emotion for films. Digital transformation has a decisive potential to strengthen the positive effects of culture, both economically and socially. This is the challenge of our strategy Digital4Culture, to take advantage of this successful connection between digital technologies and culture.”

A tempada de películas clásicas comezará no Festival de Cine de Bolonia cun presentación dalgunhas das películas restauradas shot using Gaumont’s Chronochrome colour system, one of the earliest colour filming techniques. Among the classic films to be screened throughout the season are some of the best-known titles in world cinema, including Fritz Lang’s Metrópole (1927), Francois Truffaut’s Sopla o 400 (1959) e Cine Paradiso (1988) de Giuseppe Tornatore. Os lugares emblemáticos que acollen as proxeccións inclúen Aristotelous Square en Tesalónica, Grecia, o castelo de Kilkenny en Irlanda e a Piazza Maggiore en Boloña, Italia. O programa completo da tempada está dispoñible aquí.

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Since 1991, the European Commission has been supporting Europe’s audiovisual sector, contributing to is competitiveness and to cultural diversity in Europe, through the MEDIA Programme. One of its most substantial actions is providing financial support to the distribution of European films outside their country of production. Every year, on average over 400 films are made available to audiences in another European country with MEDIA’s help. In May 2018, the Commission proposed to increase the budget of the programme by almost 30% for the next EU long-term budget for 2021-2027.

Dentro deste proxecto, Creative Europe MEDIA tamén financiará a restauración e dixitalización de películas patrimoniais para asegurar que a cultura europea se transmita ás xeracións futuras. A serie de eventos para este verán foi planeada como parte do 2018 Ano Europeo do Patrimonio Cultural e reforzada pola Estratexia Digital4Culture.

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‘A Season of Classic Films’follows a first initiative, the Noite de cine europeo, que programou as exhibicións gratuítas de 50 das películas 20 MEDIA de 3 a 7 2018 en toda a UE e chegou a case 7,200. Espérase que a tempada de películas clásicas atraia aos europeos 15,000 ás proxeccións gratuítas.

Máis información

Full programme of “A Season of Classic Films”

Mapa interactivo con todas as proxeccións

Folla de información: MEDIA-Creative Europe no orzamento da UE 2021-2027

Ano Europeo do Patrimonio Cultural

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