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Contribution from the Bavarian film and TV fund

No change necessary, current rules work fine, the call of the EU "bureaucracy" for change smells like more restrictive rules.

Fragmentation is not a disadvantage for film distribution. It is precisely the small distributors that enable circulation of minor works, also in neighbouring countries. International sale of films, also within the EU, is anyway in the hand of a small number of international film dealers (who pass films on to the small national distributors).

Overproduction may exist, but not in relation to distribution channels which are sufficient and in principle not limited in capacity. Overproduction may however exist in view of the (lower) demand of viewers.

Lack of interest in non-national films is the result of a lack of interest of consumers, which may have many reasons and probably mainly the themes of the films, and is not an issue that could be addressed by EU State aid rules.

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