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What are the benefits of signing up?
A stand for 180 participants with:
- a discounted accreditation rate
- For MIPTV EUR 680 (early bird umbrella fee until the 2nd of March).
- For MIPDoc: EUR 705 umbrella pack (including the accreditation of 1 participant, 3 programmes and 1 project).
- buyers’ briefings, at which key buyers explain their programme buying policies
- promotion of three of your priority titles through an online catalogue
- a seating area with small tables
- a welcome desk with international hostesses
- a coffee bar
- dedicated wi-fi internet connection
- private meeting rooms
- laptop charging facilities
- messaging services.
During the sign-up process, you are asked to provide information about how you meet the eligibility criteria.
Accreditation is open to independent European producers or distributors, i.e. those established in Europe and offering European content (see below for the definition of European content).
During the sign-up process you are asked as well, for an affirmation that you meet this and the other criteria.
Once you have signed up, we submit your application to Creative Europe MEDIA to check that you meet the criteria and that there is still space left. We aim to let you know within a week at most whether you have been accepted.
We particularly welcome applications from low audiovisual capacity countries, the newcomers and those who have received MEDIA support in the recent past.
To be considered to have European content, any work of fiction [including an animated film] or documentary, be it a completed production, a project or a format, must comply with the following conditions:
- the majority of the work has been or is to be produced by companies established in one or more countries participating in Creative Europe MEDIA, and
- there is a significant involvement of professionals who are citizens or residents of the countries participating in Creative Europe MEDIA
The following programming is not eligible:
- live recordings, TV games, talk shows, reality shows or educational, teaching and ‘how-to’ programmes;
- documentaries promoting tourism, “making-of” reports, animal reportages, news programmes and “docu-soaps”;
- projects promoting, directly or indirectly, messages that are at odds with the policies of the European Union – for example, projects that may be contrary to the interests of public health (alcohol, tobacco, drugs), respect for human rights, people’s security, freedom of expression etc.;
- projects promoting violence and/or racism and/or with a pornographic content;
- works of a promotional nature;
- institutional productions to promote a specific organisation or its activities.