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Austrian Film Institute
Flanders Audiovisual Fund
Cinema and audiovisual centre of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation
Bulgarian National Film Centre
Croatian Audiovisual Centre
Ministry of Education and Culture - Cultural Services
Czech Film Fund
Danish Film Institute
Estonian Film Institute
Finnish Film Foundation
National Centre for Cinema and the Moving Image
German Federal Film Board
Greek Film Centre
National Film Institute
Icelandic Film Centre
Screen Ireland
Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Activities and Tourism (MIBACT)
National Film Centre of Latvia
Lithuanian Film Centre
Film Fund Luxembourg
Malta Film Commission
Film Centre of Montenegro
Netherlands Film Fund
Norwegian Film Institute
Polish Film Institute
Institute of Cinema and Audiovisual
North Macedonia Film Agency
Romanian Film Centre
Film Center Serbia
Slovak Audiovisual Fund
Slovenian Film Centre
Institute of Cinematography and Audiovisual Arts
Swedish Film Institute
The Federal Office for Culture
British Film Institute
Austrian Film Institute
Flanders Audiovisual Fund
Cinema and audiovisual centre of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation
Bulgarian National Film Centre
Croatian Audiovisual Centre
Ministry of Education and Culture - Cultural Services
Czech Film Fund
Danish Film Institute
Estonian Film Institute
Finnish Film Foundation
National Centre for Cinema and the Moving Image
German Federal Film Board
Greek Film Centre
National Film Institute
Icelandic Film Centre
Screen Ireland
Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Activities and Tourism (MIBACT)
National Film Centre of Latvia
Lithuanian Film Centre
Film Fund Luxembourg
Malta Film Commission
Film Centre of Montenegro
Netherlands Film Fund
Norwegian Film Institute
Polish Film Institute
Institute of Cinema and Audiovisual
North Macedonia Film Agency
Romanian Film Centre
Film Center Serbia
Slovak Audiovisual Fund
Slovenian Film Centre
Institute of Cinematography and Audiovisual Arts
Swedish Film Institute
The Federal Office for Culture
British Film Institute

About us

EFAD (European Film Agency Directors association) is the voice of national European Film Agencies, bringing together the Directors of national film funds from European countries. EFAD membership covers the European Union countries as well as Iceland, Norway, the Republic of North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

The 35 EFAD members are government or government associated public bodies, in charge of national funding for the audiovisual sector and with the responsibility to advise or regulate on all aspects of audiovisual policies. In total, the EFAD members and their governments fund around three billion Euros every year through subsidies and tax reliefs with a view to fostering the creation, production, promotion, distribution, and exhibition of European audiovisual and cinematographic works.

Our mission

European Film Agencies champion European film across different formats and platforms. Their mission is to enable local cultures and different language communities to see their lives on screen and for powerful, culturally expressive films to deeply affect hearts and minds to the benefit of the well-being of society across Europe. EFAD members promote film literacy and storytelling in support of freedom of expression and film culture to ensure filmmaking, film heritage and film as art are accessible and relevant to the many, not the few.

Background

Having functioned over the years as informal network for collaboration, coordination and exchange of ideas on issues of common interest with regard to European audiovisual policy, the EFAD became on 9 December 2014 an international non-profit Association of the European Film Agency Directors (aisbl) established in Brussels.

 

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