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The Europa Cinemas Association

The Association "Europa Cinemas" (Act of 1 July 1901) was created on February 12, 1991 in Paris. Its registered office is set at 54, rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris. As defined in its statutes, its purpose is to encourage the promotion, distribution and screening of films or audiovisual productions from European countries or countries which are partners with Europe and, more generally, to implement any initiatives which shall enable them to be more widely shown in cinemas.

One of the Association’s objectives shall be to bring companies operating in this sector together and their collaboration through concerted initiatives or international networks.


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Conditions of membership:

Any film professional may become a member of the Association, including individuals and legal entities such as: exhibitors, distributors, producers, exporters, screenwriters, directors, technicians, representatives of film-promotion organisations, of professional associations, of federations, of unions, of consortiums, of film markets, of festivals, of foundations, of national or international institutions and all other persons who ask to be involved in the Association’s work. Should it see fit, the Association may accept non-European nationality members. 


Admission applications shall be sent by letter to the Chairman of the Board of Directors, at least one month prior to its meeting. After examination, the Board of Directors decides to either accept or refuse this admission. The applicant is informed of the decision in writing. Membership takes effect on the date when the written agreement is sent by the Board of Directors to the applicant.


Board of Directors - Steering Committee - General Assembly


For more information:

Statutes (pdf)