Creative Europe MEDIA Desk Denmark

What is Creative Europe MEDIA Desk Denmark? 
Our main focus is to advise and inform professionals in the film, tv and multimedia sector about the audiovisual policies and funding possibilities within the Creative Europe programme and the MEDIA sub-programme of the EU. Professionals are always welcome to contact the Creative Europe Desk for a meeting. 

What is the Creative Europe Programme? 
Creative Europe is the Euoprean Union's support programme which aims to strengthen the competitiveness of the European cultural and creative sectors. The MEDIA sub-programme supports the audiovisual industry within film, TV, distribution, international networking, training and new media industries as well as the international circulation of European audiovisual products. 

Creative Europe started on 1 January 2014 and runs until 31 December 2020. With a budget of EUR 1.46 billion the Creative Europe has increased in budget since the last programme (2007-2013). 

What does the MEDIA sub-programme offer? 
Independent production and distribution companies can apply for development or distribution funding in the form of non-repayable grants. Financial assistance is available for training providers and organisers of markets and festivals.

Who can apply? 
Eligible to apply for funding grants are practitioners in the audiovisual industry such as producers of film, TV, animation, computer games, new media companies, distribution and sales companies as well as "enabling" organisations such as training bodies, film schools, promotional events and festival organisers.  

How do I apply? 
Deadlines for the various schemes run throughout the year. See the list of MEDIA-deadlines here.


Creative Europe MEDIA Desk Danmark
Danish Film Institute
Gothersgade 55, 3rd floor
1123 Copenhagen K

Ene Katrine Rasmussen
Head of Office

Katrine Danielle Bjaarnø
Project Officer

Creative Europe Culture Desk Danmark
Slots- og kulturstyrelsen
H.C. Andersens Boulevard 2
1513 Copenhagen V

Saxe Lomholt
Head of Office

Mathilde Jacobsen
EU Adviser