FSE signed joint call for urgent action to sustain TV and film industry in face of Covid-19. With Animation in Europe, CEPI, EUROCINEMA, FIA, FIAPF, FERA and UNI MEI.
As the COVID-19 pandemic ravages our societies, including the cultural and creative sectors, authors’ organizations stand in solidarity with all those affected by the virus and we support measures taken to contain it.
FSE member guild representing screenwriters in Italy, WGI-Writers Guild Italia, denounces the deterioration of contractual conditions in a press release published on 25 November.
FERA, FSE and SAA celebrated European cinema and cultural diversity with a dinner, in partnership with the LUX Film Prize, in the EU Parliament.
As the European Council is debating on the future of cultural and creative industries, 90 organisations from EU Cultural and Creative sectors including FSE call on EU leaders to support an ambitious budget for Culture.
A short video to explain why the so-called “Transparency Triangle” of the Copyright Directive opens up opportunities for collective action for audiovisual creators.
Audiovisual authors’ organisations urge the European Institutions to stand in favor of creators by supporting European networks of audiovisual creators within the future Creative Europe Programme.
German screenwriter Carolin Otto, elected new FSE president at the 18th annual general assembly of the Federation of Screenwriters in Europe in Amsterdam on 11 October 2019, will focus her mandate on the Implementation of the Copyright Directive.
The brand new website of the Federation of Screenwriters in Europe (FSE) is online! New design, new features, new content…
European Creators’ statement on private copying compensation under attack from Apple, Huawei, Samsung.