Martin Blaney covers Germany for Screen.
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As this year’s Moscow International Film Festival readies for launch, Germany’s Media Luna New Films has picked up international distribution rights to a title in competition at the 35th edition.
Trade ministers’ decision to exclude audiovisual services from EU-US free trade agreement has provoked a mixed reaction from European film-makers and politicians.
European Trade Ministers agreed on Friday evening (June 14) in Luxembourg to a negotiating mandate for the forthcoming EU-US free-trade talks which excludes audiovisual services.
- Compromise possible for AV sector in EU-US talks
- Moscow Co-Pro Forum unveils line-up
- Barroso labelled "dangerous" for Euro culture
- Transilvania International Film Festival
- Ship of Theseus triumphs at Transilvania
- Cinema Communication deadline extended
- Anthropology boards For The Dogs