Eurimages is seeking independent external experts

The Fund is seeking candidates working in the film, audiovisual or cultural sector to participate in the support decisions for its programmes.
The guidelines that can be downloaded in the “documents” section below give a complete overview of the functioning of the external experts: selection, mission, financial and administrative conditions, etc.
The application is avaluable on the fallowing link:
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The Eurimages Reform and the use of external experts

Following an external evaluation conducted in 2018, the Fund has embarked on an in-depth reform of its governance and decision-making process, as well as a review of its working procedures. This reform affects in particular the co-production support programme, the modalities of which will change from 1 January 2022.
The governance and decision-making arrangements of the Fund will be structured as follows:
The Board of Management (1-2 meetings per year), composed of representatives from each of the Member States, defines the Fund’s policy and strategic orientations, decides on the conditions for granting financial support, and adopts and monitors the Fund’s budget.
The Executive Committee (3 meetings per year), composed of one third of the national representatives on a rotating basis, is mandated to take decisions on any matter not falling within the remit of the Board of Management, including the adoption of recommendations for financial support developed by the working groups on the different support programmes.
Independent external experts – from the film, audiovisual and cultural industries – are responsible for assessing applications for support and making recommendations for the allocation of financial assistance in accordance with the selection criteria and guidelines defined by the Board of Management. These experts will work within the framework of the co-production support programme but may be called upon for other programmes of the Fund.

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