PRODUCTION VALUE

The European Scheduling & Budgeting Workshop

Why Production Value?

What is Production Value?

The Production Value Tutors

The Production Value Partners

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The following partners develop and produce Production Value:

FOCAL resource

FOCAL resource (Haarlem, The Netherlands)
FOCAL resource is a non-profit Dutch Foundation founded by the Swiss Foundation FOCAL, and a direct beneficiary of the latter's 24-year experience in professional training for the audiovisual industry: this experience covers the entire production and distribution workflows, from script to all possible screens.

FOCAL

FOCAL (Lausanne, Switzerland)
The foundation is dedicated to professional training in cinema and audiovisual media and has been monitored by the industry for over fifteen years. Its program is conceived and designed to complement and enhance a practice-oriented, life-long learning process. FOCAL operates nationally and internationally. The quality of its programme and lecturers attracts participants from around the world. Successful collaboration with European institutions and partners in the profession plays an important role in networking for film and audiovisual professionals.

Norwegian Film Institute

Norwegian Film Institute (Oslo, Norway)
The Norwegian Film Institute administers government financial support and other support mechanisms for the development, production and distribution of Norwegian audiovisual productions. The Institute is the national centre for the development of talent and ideas in the Norwegian film, television and games industry and is working actively to promote film culture and the Norwegian film heritage among a wide audience. The Norwegian Film Institute comprises departments for Development and Support, Promotion and General Public Affairs, as well as Administration and Information.

Swedish Film Institute

Swedish Film Institute (Stockholm, Sweden)
The Swedish Film Institute is a foundation that was founded in 1963 by the Swedish state and the various professional bodies of the film industry. Its remit – to support the production of new films, the distribution and screening of worthwhile films, to preserve and promote Sweden's film heritage and to represent Swedish film at an international level – is defined in the Film Agreement  and in the annual document of grant appropriations from the Ministry of Culture. The Film Institute is financed by a combination of state funding and the Film Agreement, which stipulates a ten percent levy on cinema admission charges. The current organisation, effective from November 2008, is divided into five departments: Production & Development, Audience & Promotion, Film Heritage, Administration and Communications.

Finnish Film Foundation

Finnish Film Foundation (Helsinki, Finland)
The Finnish Film Foundation supports and promotes the Finnish film industry by funding professional film production, exhibition and distribution. The Foundation is also responsible for the cultural export and international promotion of Finnish films. The Finnish Film Foundation was set up in 1969 as an independent foundation but it operates under the supervision of the Ministry of Education and Culture. The Foundation receives its funding from lottery and pools funds allocated for promoting film art.

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Production Value is supported by:

MEDIA

Creative Europe MEDIA
Creative Europe is the European Commission's framework programme for support to the culture and media sectors.
Following on from the previous Culture Programme and MEDIA programmes, Creative Europe, with a budget of €1.46 billion (9% higher than its predecessors), will support:
• Culture sector initiatives, such as those promoting cross-border cooperation, platforms, networking, and literary translation;
• Audiovisual sector initiatives, such as those promoting the development, distribution, or access to audiovisual works;
• A cross-sectoral strand, including a Guarantee Facility and transnational policy cooperation.
The programme consists of two sub-programmes; the Culture sub-programme to promote the culture sector, and the MEDIA sub-programme to support the audiovisual sector. Results are published on the Creative Europe Dissemination Platform.

Bilbao Bizkaia Film Commission

Bilbao Bizkaia Film Commission (Bilbao, Spain)
The Bilbao Bizkaia Film Commission is a public service with the remit to facilitate and expedite all those audiovisual productions that choose the city of Bilbao or the region of Bizkaia as the locations for their projects:
• Ongoing and customised support throughout each and every production stage.
• Locations, professional services, administrative paperwork, production facilities, accommodation and logistics.
• Institutional backing and commitment, legal assurance and tax incentives.

Production Value has established a close collaboration with the following European professionnal organizations:

Production Value 2017 in Spain is proposed by: FOCAL resource, FOCAL Switzerland, Norwegian Film Institute, Swedish Film Institute, Finnish Film Foundation, the with the support of Creative Europe and of the Bilbao Film Commission

Production Value 2016 in the Netherlands was proposed by: FOCAL resource, FOCAL Switzerland, Norwegian Film Institute, Swedish Film Institute, Austrian Film Institute, Finnish Film Foundation, with the support of Creative Europe

Production Value 2015 in Finland was proposed by: FOCAL resource, FOCAL Switzerland, Norwegian Film Institute, Swedish Film Institute, Austrian Film Institute, Finnish Film Foundation with the support of Creative Europe

Production Value 2014 in Austria was proposed by: FOCAL Switzerland, Norwegian Film Institute, Swedish Film Institute, Austrian Film Institute with the support of MEDIA

Production Value 2013 in Switzerland was proposed by: FOCAL Switzerland, Norwegian Film Institute, Swedish Film Institute, Austrian Film Institute, with the support of MEDIA and of the Cultural Affairs of the Canton du Valais.

Production Value 2012 in Malta was proposed by:
FOCAL, Norwegian Film Institute, Swedish Film Institute, Austrian Film Institute
with the support of MEDIA

Production Value 2011 in Sweden was proposed by:
FOCAL, Norwegian Film Institute, Swedish Film Institute, Austrian Film Institute
with the support of MEDIA

Production Value 2010 in Austria was proposed by:
FOCAL, Norwegian Film Institute, Swedish Film Institute, Austrian Film Institute, Erich Pommer Institute
with the support of FFA and MEDIA

Production Value 2009 in Norway was proposed by:
FOCAL, Norwegian Film Institute, Erich Pommer Institute, Austrian Film Institute
with the support of FFA and MEDIA

Production Value 2008 in Germany was proposed by:
FOCAL, Norwegian Film Institute, Erich Pommer Institute
with the support of Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg and MEDIA

Production Value 2007 in Switzerland was proposed by:
FOCAL, Norwegian Film Institute, Erich Pommer Institute, National Film and Television School
with the support of MEDIA

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