Creators go to Strasbourg to defend the exclusion of culture in EU-US trade agreement.

Press conference Strasbourg, 11 June 2013 / 17h-17h30. Subject:  EU-US Trade Agreement. Creators go to Strasbourg to defend the exclusion of culture in EU-US trade agreement.

A delegation of creators, artists, performers and directors members of the coalition of the 6200 creators who have submitted a petition to the European Parliament will be in Strasbourg next Tuesday, June 11.


A press conference is scheduled from 17h to 17h30 at the European Parliament. This press conference aims to defend the massive European Parliament vote in favor of the exclusion of cultural and audiovisual services, including online services, from the EU-USA trade agreement and to update on the state of negotiations on the eve of the Council Foreign Affairs that will take place on 14 June 2013.

To date, the following creators, members of the delegation, confirmed their presence in Strasbourg: 

Bérénice Bejo (French Actress, Best Actress Award at Cannes for The Past by Asghar Farhadi, César for Best Actress for The Artist by Michel Hazanavicius)

Costa Gavras (writer, director and producer Franco-Greek, President of the French Cinematheque, won 11 awards including a Palme d’Or, an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, an Ours d’Or, a Cesar for Best Original Screenplay…)

Lucas Belvaux (Belgian actor and director, author of An Amazing Couple, Cavale, After life, Rapt, 38 Witnesses...)

Daniele Luchetti (Italian actor and director, Camera d'Or at Cannes for Domani Accadrà, author of La Nostra Vita)

Christian Mungiu (writer, director and producer in Romania, won the Palme d'Or for 4 Months, 3 Weeks)

Radu Mihaileanu (Romanian writer and director, won a Cesar for Best Original Screenplay for Va, vis et deviens)

On behalf of the 6200 creators petitioners, we invite you to participate to the press conference on next Thursday 11 June at 17.00

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