May 23 2013

EFP announces its new board of directors

Published by at 03:09 under Filmfund Luxembourg,Industry

SOURCE: http://www.efp-online.com

The members of European Film Promotion (EFP) have elected a new Board of Directors at today’s EFP General Assembly during the Cannes Film Festival. The Board is composed of seven members and the term of office lasts for two years. Christian J. Lemche (Danish Film Institute) has been confirmed as EFP President. Martin Schweighofer (Austrian Film Commission) has been elected as EFP Vice President. New representatives on the board are Cristian Hordilă (Romanian Film Promotion), Françoise Lentz (Film Fund Luxembourg) and Teresa McGrane (Irish Film Board).

The members of the Board of Directors are:
Christian J. Lemche, Festival Manager Feature Films, Danish Film Institute – EFP President
Martin Schweighofer, CEO, Austrian Film Commission – EFP Vice President
Rafael Cabrera, Marketing Manager, ICAA – Instituto de la Cinematografía y de las Artes Audiovisuales, Spain
Cristian Hordilă, Managing Director of Romanian Film Promotion and Festival Manager at Transilvania IFF
Françoise Lentz, Head of Promotion, Film Fund Luxembourg
Teresa McGrane, Deputy CEO, Irish Film Board
Mariette Rissenbeek, Managing Director, German Films
EFP-President Christian J. Lemche comments on his re-election: “I would like to thank the EFP members and the Board of Directors for re-electing me as the President of European Film Promotion. I believe it’s important that we keep evaluating and developing our activities in order to meet the challenges that follow with the changes in the economy and the film industry. Soon, we will see how the new Creative Europe programme takes off, and it will be an important task for the new EFP Board to see which possibilities this creates for European Film Promotion.”
The number of participating countries in the EFP network has in the meantime increased from 10 to 36 countries from all over Europe. Renate Rose has been the managing director since EFP was established in 1997. EFP is financially supported by the MEDIA Programme of the European Union, its member organisations, and public and private sponsors.

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SOURCE: http://www.efp-online.com

The members of European Film Promotion (EFP) have elected a new Board of Directors at today’s EFP General Assembly during the Cannes Film Festival. The Board is composed of seven members and the term of office lasts for two years. Christian J. Lemche (Danish Film Institute) has been confirmed as EFP President. Martin Schweighofer (Austrian Film Commission) has been elected as EFP Vice President. New representatives on the board are Cristian Hordilă (Romanian Film Promotion), Françoise Lentz (Film Fund Luxembourg) and Teresa McGrane (Irish Film Board).

The members of the Board of Directors are:
Christian J. Lemche, Festival Manager Feature Films, Danish Film Institute – EFP President
Martin Schweighofer, CEO, Austrian Film Commission – EFP Vice President
Rafael Cabrera, Marketing Manager, ICAA – Instituto de la Cinematografía y de las Artes Audiovisuales, Spain
Cristian Hordilă, Managing Director of Romanian Film Promotion and Festival Manager at Transilvania IFF
Françoise Lentz, Head of Promotion, Film Fund Luxembourg
Teresa McGrane, Deputy CEO, Irish Film Board
Mariette Rissenbeek, Managing Director, German Films
EFP-President Christian J. Lemche comments on his re-election: “I would like to thank the EFP members and the Board of Directors for re-electing me as the President of European Film Promotion. I believe it’s important that we keep evaluating and developing our activities in order to meet the challenges that follow with the changes in the economy and the film industry. Soon, we will see how the new Creative Europe programme takes off, and it will be an important task for the new EFP Board to see which possibilities this creates for European Film Promotion.”
The number of participating countries in the EFP network has in the meantime increased from 10 to 36 countries from all over Europe. Renate Rose has been the managing director since EFP was established in 1997. EFP is financially supported by the MEDIA Programme of the European Union, its member organisations, and public and private sponsors.

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