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      Méndez de Vigo: ’No sé cuándo bajaré el IVA cultural’

      Por ANTONIO LUCAS y IRENE FDEZ.JUBITERO (VÍDEO) - El Mundo | Amable y difícil de atajar, Íñigo Méndez de Vigo sortea estos pocos meses al frente de Cultura con más voluntad que posibilidades. Ha llegado al ring en el último asalto del combate. Deja asomar un entusiasmo bien (...)


    • Uganda: Film Can Be Economic Driver

      By Collins Kakwezi - The Observer - August 31, 2015 | Film can be a major contributor to the economy if government puts in place the necessary infrastructure needed to propel the sector forward, experts have noted. Speaking at the financing forum for the Uganda Film (...)

    • 27 August 2015

      Cultural Diversity in the Electoral Programs

      By Abdellatif Zaki - August 27, 2015 - There is hardly any “program” that does not include an entry about culture. For some reason, however, most give the impression that culture is limited to “spaces” in which youth can express themselves through a limited number of (...)

      Austria, Netherlands and Portugal all update copyright laws

      It’s not just the European Commission working on a revision of copyright legislation. Before the different national governments broke up for summer recess, 3 managed to squeeze through copyright legislation. The first is the Netherlands which has adopted a very (...)


    • Méndez de Vigo: ’No sé cuándo bajaré el IVA cultural’

      Por ANTONIO LUCAS y IRENE FDEZ.JUBITERO (VÍDEO) - El Mundo | Amable y difícil de atajar, Íñigo Méndez de Vigo sortea estos pocos meses al frente de Cultura con más voluntad que posibilidades. Ha llegado al ring en el último asalto del combate. Deja asomar un entusiasmo bien (...)

    • Uganda: Film Can Be Economic Driver

      By Collins Kakwezi - The Observer - August 31, 2015 | Film can be a major contributor to the economy if government puts in place the necessary infrastructure needed to propel the sector forward, experts have noted. Speaking at the financing forum for the Uganda Film (...)

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