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Λογότυπος της Ευρωπαϊκής Επιτροπής
European Education and Culture Executive Agency

Support for the distribution of non-national films -The Distribution Selective scheme 2020

Creative Europe - EACEA 21/2019

Years
2020
EACEA Creative Europe Actions 2014-2020
MEDIADistributionDistribution - selective support

Call for proposals

Selection results

Beneficiaries space

Project Management 

Follow the instructions of the reporting guide. This guide includes all the necessary information on how to complete the reports. 

Follow the instructions of the PDF reporting guide. This guide includes all the necessary information on how to complete the reports.
Also read the  FAQs.

We also strongly recommend that you carefully read the e-reports user guide "How to complete and submit a project report using e-Reports".

During the process of preparing the eReport, it is recommended to frequently save the information indicated, even if there is an automatic backup.

 

Reporting 

Interim report

The Interim report(s) must be submitted as an e-report from the Funding and Tender Opportunities Portal in the Single Electronic Data Interchange Area (SEDIA) The following documents must be submitted with the Interim Report:

Payment request:

Interim technical report:

Interim financial statement:

Report of Factual Findings on the Interim Financial report:

 Type I audit certificate (in case of grants of more than €60,000 and less than €750,000

 Type II audit certificate (in case of grants equal to or more than €750,000)

 

Final report

The Final Report must be submitted as an e-report from the Funding and Tender Opportunities Portal in the Single Electronic Data Interchange Area (SEDIA) at the latest within 60 days after the end of the period of the action.

The following documents must be submitted with the Final report:

Final Payment request:

Final technical report:

Final financial statement:

Report of Factual Findings on the Interim Financial report:

 

During the process of preparing the eReport, it is recommended to frequently save the information indicated, even if there is an automatic backup.

For more information, please contact:

Dissemination and Visual Identity

1.Dissemination

In order to ensure transparency and visibility of the EU funding, your project will be published on the Creative Europe Results Platform for public consultation.

In order to promote your project and the Creative Europe Programme you are invited to update and upload project information and deliverables in the platform (links, trailers, posters, brochures, reports, guides, awards, project results etc). This information can be used for promoting your project (for instance successful projects are flagged in the system and promoted at various events hosted by the European Commission).

You can upload information in the Beneficiary's dashboard , using your EU Login account and then submit for review.

At final report stage you will be requested to provide a summary of the activities implemented with the EU support, presenting the project, the results and the impact. Final payment will be subject to having submitted relevant information. The summary will be available on the project results platform after the validation of the final report.

If you lost your password or if you have any technical questions related to the platform, please contact EAC-PROJECTSPLATFORM-HELPDESK@ec.europa.eu.

2.Visual Identity and logos

The beneficiary shall indicate in any communication or publication about the action, including its website, that the action has received funding from the European Union. Such acknowledgment shall be worded as follows: " with the support of the Creative Europe Programme - MEDIA" and be accompanied by the Creative Europe - MEDIA logo and the European flag.

The logo can be downloaded from here 

Please be aware that additional requirements apply to the Distribution schemes:

The sales agent - coordinator and all third parties are obliged to visibly put the static logo on their website as well as on all communication and publication about the action, including the printed posters.

For all third parties:

1. For the screening of the film in the cinema: the animated logo is obligatory and must appear before the film.

2. For trailers (in cinema and online): choice of use of the animated or static logo. It can be added to the distributor's clip in front of the trailer or after the trailer. The logo just being part of the credit block at the end is not sufficient.

3. For electronic posters (animated or static): choice of use of the animated or static logo.

IMPORTANT! In case you don’t respect these rules on visibility, the Agency may apply a 20% reduction rate on the maximum amount of the grant.

For this purpose, please use the logos downloadable on the Creative Europe website:

"Creative Europe MEDIA" static logo available here 

Specifications regarding the use of the Creative Europe MEDIA logo