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ALICE partners explores options to facilitate distribution of animated content at a European level.
Type: Project
ALICE's Finance and Legal Working Group proposes avenues to improve mobility of talent and rights through the study of the animated series "Abraca".
Type: Project
A new hub, new funding programs: the Apulia region takes action in favor of the audiovisual sector.
Type: Project
Wallonia’s audiovisual fund and ALICE Lead Partner Wallimage greenlit two animation series at is last investment committee.
Type: Project
PROA concludes ALICE's first phase by presenting how they plan to move from research to action in order to support the regional animation industry.
Type: Project
ALICE's Training and Education Working Group takes advice from animation expert Serge Umé.
Type: Project
An insightful view on what can be done to help our talent and creativity blossom in Europe.
Type: Project
Time for the ALICE project to disseminate information in the Puglia Region and prepare the ground for the next steps.
Type: Project
Lead Partner: Wallimage
ALICE explores avenues for interregional collaborations in the animation sector to leverage the sector's potential for growth and innovation and to foster the development of a pan-European, world-leading industry.  The booming animation sector creates new economic opportunities, which were set out by the European Animation Plan launched on 12 September 2017 whose priorities are expected to be implemented during the new Creative Europe MEDIA programme (2021-2027).  ALICE intends to unlock these opportunities and study ways of facilitating interregional co-productions, promoting training and creating jobs.  Over the past five years, several animation studios capable of competing in the global marketplace have emerged in Europe. Some European productions funded by regional funds, such as ‘My Life as a Courgette’ and ‘The Red Turtle’, were nominated for the Oscars. Others, like ‘Sammy’s Adventures 1 & 2’, Paddington’ and ‘Tarzan’ drew over 5 million viewers globally, and European TV series have not been left behind.  In the meantime, digitization and changing consumption habits (using tablets, smartphones, internet, mobile and web applications) have massively disrupted the market and the way audiences (especially youth) consume content. New SMEs in Europe are holding high added-value intellectual properties, craved for by streaming platforms.  To position the European animation industry on the global scene, it is essential to value our assets, tap into all of our resources and capitalize on synergies. ALICE plans to make its partner regions the drivers for realizing this potential.  To achieve this objective, ALICE will study options leading to:  - Improve the current policy instruments to foster the development of financial instruments that can scale up activities of SMEs in the sector; - Suggest ways to train (through public and private partnerships) and retain talented animators by changing the eligibility rules of existing or soon to be created support funds; - Identify innovative methods for distributing animated content; - Examine the possibility of grouping SMEs together into clusters to help them internationalize. 
Area Based Collaborative Entrepreneurship. Say What?! Have a look at our animation!
Type: Project