This discussion and exchange forum – exclusively dedicated to European and non-European (since 2015) public film funders at supranational, national and regional levels – started in 2012 on the initiative of the MEDIA programme. It comprises one yearly Workshops (except in 2012, with two Workshops). Each of them deals with different issues related to the role of the funds and to the financing of projects at different phases from the perspective of a public funder.

Based on peer-to-peer exchanges, MEDICI* proposes

*the Florentine family of art funders and bankers in the early and High Renaissance (XVth to XVIIIth century)



The Eighth MEDICI Workshop

Dates: Wednesday 26 to Friday 28 September 2018

Place: Abbaye de Royaumont (30km north of Paris and 20km of Roissy Airport)

Extended application deadline: 23 July 2018

Application open now

“Cooperation between public funds in a an increasingly complex and international environment: opportunities, actions, ideas”

The next Medici workshop will be – more than ever – a place for exchange and shared thinking, for public funds to find solutions to better respond to the diverse challenges faced by the audiovisual industry. Those challenges not only concern the making of new contents for new markets but also the unavoidable need to find international partners to finance projects.

The proposed themes for the eighth Medici workshop would be:

Detailed programme Methodology, Skills and Professional Benefits Participants → Applying to the Eighth MEDICI Workshop MEDICI Coordinator and Head of Studies «The 12 Labours of Hercules» Report of the Reports – Workshops 1 to 4 Reports Previous Workshops Schedules Previous Workshops Partners Contact