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TRAINING COURSES Each year the MEDIA sub-programme supports around 60 international training programmes allowing audiovisual professionals from across the world to meet, share their experiences and learn both from experts in their field and each other. Three UK-based training providers received over €350,000 in 2018 to impart their expertise to international participants. Courses can either be run by a single organisation or through collaboration across borders by multiple partners. Almost 200 UK audiovisual professionals take part in many of the courses on offer across Europe each year, from year-long programmes designed for producers to week-long training courses for European exhibitors. TRAINING PROVIDER

COURSE NAME

AMOUNT €

Doc Society

Impact Producers Lab 50,000

Independent Cinema Office

Developing Your Film Festival 90,000

The National Film and Television School

Inside Pictures

217,735 357,735

“Thanks to Creative Europe’s ongoing support, every year, a new set of participants pass through Inside Pictures and join the ranks of its alumni, bringing increased business acumen and a broader set of contacts to bear on their own practice. The value of the networks formed on and beyond the course can be witnessed through the wealth of Inside Pictures credits across the festival circuit, and the growth of successful and sustainable film companies.” Corinne Ranaraja, Programme Director, Operations, Inside Pictures 66

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