Eurovision Film Week will be the largest, most ambitious, multimedia film festival ever staged. In the week leading up to the European Film Awards (7 December 2013). EBU Members - Europe's public service broadcasters - will showcase feature-length films on public television and online platforms. In addition, radio and television channels will air debates, documentaries about films and interviews with stars, directors and writers.
Look out for the broadcast schedule, which will be available in mid-October.
For more information on how to participate in Eurovision Film Week, and how to screen available films, please visit the Eurovision Film Exchange page.
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ONLINE SCREENING PLATFORM
EBU Members can upload their films and check out the films available on the Eurovision Showcase platform,
IN COLLABORATION WITH
Music is absolutely crucial to films, Euroradio Radios will therefore be invited to offer and exchange orchestras' recordings of great soundtracks and search their archives to unearth material of famous composers. Youth-focused music stations will also get access to DJ-sets based on movie soundtracks.