The Italian media is up in arms after Prime Minister and media mogul Silvio Berlusconi pushed a controversial bill through the Italian senate restricting the use of police wiretaps and punishing…
Rules allowing certain state subsidies for film production in Europe will be extended for a further three years, the European Commission announced Thursday. The current rules will now apply until the…
Viviane Reding credits herself with putting Europe on the map at the Cannes Film Festival. Now she's taking it a step further to connect Europe with the rest of the world.
If anyone thinks the European Union's constitution fiasco will weaken its resolve to protect its film and TV industries, they had better think again.
On Sept. 24, Viviane Reding, the EU culture and media commissioner since 1999, beamingly held aloft the San Sebastian Festival's first European Personality of the Year statue.
The European Union looks set to postpone a radical overhaul of controversial quotas for Hollywood content on Euro TV stations, to appease both sides in the heated debate.
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