This chapter discusses how the apparatus of European film extends beyond the ideational boundaries of Europe, and analyzes the distinction between an “inside” and “outside” production. Within the European Union, a number of programs have emerged to develop synergy with non-European filmmakers and film industries. For instance, the MEDIA program alone sponsors Outside MEDIA, MEDIA MUNDUS, and coordinates with the European–Mediterranean (EUROMED) partnership. The programs presented here aim to foster the distribution and exhibition of European films abroad, especially in the Mediterranean regions. The coproduction funds foster an ease of distribution in European film markets, giving rise to a complex network that reaches across the globe.
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