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This chapter examines the European Support Fund for the Co-production and Distribution of Creative Cinematographic and Audiovisual Works, its origins and development, as well as its focuses and activities. Better known as ‘Eurimages’, it was established in 1989, by way of a partial agreement and in accordance with the terms set out in Council of Ministers (CM) Resolution (88) 15. The purpose of Eurimages is ‘to encourage […] the co-production, distribution, broadcasting and exploitation of creative cinematographic and audiovisual works, particularly by helping to finance the co-production, distribution, broadcasting and exploitation’. It may go about this task ‘in any way to be defined by the Board of Management’. Eurimages’ current membership comprises 36 Member States.
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