About Pôle Image Haute-Normandie
Working within the framework of development conventions and partnership agreements signed between the Region of Upper Normandy and the National Government (the Minister of Culture and the National Centre of Cinema and Animation) Pôle Image Haute-Normandie conducts a policy of support for the cinema, audio-visual and photography sectors.
Its unique structure, it’s development of innovative practices and national experimentations, as well as its openness to European projects, confers on the Pôle Image Haute-Normandie the role of a laboratory for the entirety of its activities. Managed by professionals, supported and encouraged by its public-sector partners, the association is a driving force for the development of skills, knowledge and qualifications in the cultural and educational fields.
Attentive to the economic development and management of its territory, Pôle Image Haute-Normandie has taken on the objective of being an important reference in terms of visual media in the greater western region of France, in partnership with its counterparts in neighbouring regions.
To find out more about Pôle Image Haute-Normandie, visit the web site at www.poleimagehn.com
Pôle Image Haute-Normandie is supported by the Upper Normandy regional government and the Ministry of Culture and Communications for its missions in favour of cinema, audio-visual media and photography.
About Norwich Heart
Norwich Heritage Economic and Regeneration Trust (HEART) is a private charitable trust set up in 2004 to co-ordinate and champion heritage in one place (Norwich and the East) and to create a best practice model that can inspire and regenerate other cities across the globe.
Norwich HEART emerged from a perceived need to fill a gap in heritage management in the city since the management of resources was fragmented and without a single vision of where heritage was, and should, be going. There was a growing realisation of what an amazing collection of buildings, artefacts, people and stories there are in Norwich and how, if they were unified under one 'umbrella', they would have greater presence and a far stronger story to tell. This would mean Norwich's assets could meet their full potential in improving the quality of life for local people and visitors, supporting the renaissance of the local economy, maximising the city's cultural attraction and providing a truly sustainable use of resources.
The East Anglian Film Archive (EAFA) is the moving image archive for the region. The Archive is owned and operated by the University of East Anglia (UEA). Throughout www.archivealive.org, films have been marked with their original EAFA catalogue number. These can be used in conjunction with the East Anglian Film Archive's online catalogue.
About Interreg IVA
Interreg IVA Channel Programme is funded by the European Union, within the scope of the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). The programme aims to promote emergence – between the French and English parties – of a space of common citizenship fostering a sense of belonging to a cross-border area, and endowed with a specific identity.