A) AEPA-EGEDA-ECAM-ANIMACINE Agreement (Finalized) AEPA has tried to improve the situation of the animation industry, with the work of the AEPA Board of Directors. An example of this is the signing of the AEPA-EGEDA-ECAM-ANIMACINE Agreement, which included the specialty of animation and cartoons in the ECAM (School of Cinematography and Visual Arts of Madrid). This collaboration lasted from its first signing in 1998 until 2004.
B) RTVE – FAPAE Agreement (Finalized) One of the most notable achievements of the Association has been promoting, through FAPAE, an agreement with RTVE for investment in animation of said TV; After its signing in April 2004, it was a commitment by the chain to acquire animation series worth 12 million euros, applying this amount based on the projects selected between January 1, 2004 and December 31. of 2006.
C) Work Animation. (Developing) AEPA's current project is to obtain a specific Labor Agreement for animation professionals, in all their techniques, which will correct the deficiencies of having to hire through the Cinematographic Technicians or Graphic Arts Agreements.
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