Between 2007-2014 the South Baltic Programme managed to bring together more than 430 partners from the participating regions in Denmark, Germany, Lithuania, Poland and Sweden, co-financing the implementation of 69 cross-border cooperation projects since 2008, which then translated to more than 100 successful partnerships, networks and clusters across the shores of the South Baltic. From multimodal cross-border tickets to innovative technologies for counteracting eutrophication, more than 600 innovative solutions, tools and concepts have so far been developed.
In order to promote this successful work among the general public of the South Baltic area, the Programme has decided to launch a dedicated call for a movie project that will undertake to effectively and appealingly disseminate the Programme’s rich portfolio of solutions and good practices, and encourage their use and uptake beyond the funded partnerships.
An insight into selected thematic results, good practices and solutions from the current generation of South Baltic projects shall be placed at the heart of the movie, emphasising their benefit and transferability for communities within and even beyond the Programme area. In order to make a transition between the current and the new programming periods, results and solutions which already contribute to the new Programme’s vision of blue and green growth through cooperation should be considered when deciding on the content of the movie.
Regardless of the size and geographical scope of the project partnership, the movie must evenly present project results, good practices and/or regional portraits from all five Member States.
The project should be jointly implemented by at least two partners from two different South Baltic Member States, i.e. Denmark, Germany, Lithuania, Poland, Sweden.
The following documents have to be submitted to the e-mail address: email@example.com:
• An electronic version of the concept note (word file)
• A scanned version of the concept note with the signed Lead Applicant’s declaration
Documents must be submitted until 1 June 2015, 4.00 p. m. CET (UTC+2) at the latest. Applications delivered after the deadline will not be considered.
Interested stakeholders are invited to consult the Joint Secretariat throughout the application period at firstname.lastname@example.org or +48 58 746 38 55
The application pack includes: