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'Een indrukwekkende stapel documenten': over de moeizame institutionele ontwikkeling van het filmproductiebeleid in Vlaanderen (1964-1981)

Gertjan Willems (UGent)
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This article builds further on an article that appeared previously in WT about the events leading up to (from 1945), and the realization of, the Royal Decree of 14 November 1964 for the development of Dutch-language film culture, which led to the beginning of the systematic and selective culturally-motivated support of film production in Flanders. This follow-up article covers the institutional development of the film production policy in Flanders from 1964 to 1981, when Karel Poma of the PVV (the Flemish Liberals) broke through the uninterrupted succession of Ministers of Culture from the CVP (the Flemish Catholic Party). After a sketch of the general budgetary and ministerial policy context, the article looks at the multiple criticisms of film production policy during this period. In response to this criticism came several diverse initiatives to structurally renew the Royal Decree of 1964. This article points out the reasons why these attempts repeatedly failed and at the same time looks at how these initiatives related to the Flemish struggle for cultural autonomy and the communitarian situation.
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Filmbeleid, Vlaamse cinema, Belgische cinema, Filmsteun, Frans van Mechelen, Rika De Backer, Renaat van Elslande

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Willems, Gertjan. “‘Een Indrukwekkende Stapel Documenten’: Over de Moeizame Institutionele Ontwikkeling van Het Filmproductiebeleid in Vlaanderen (1964-1981).” WETENSCHAPPELIJKE TIJDINGEN OP HET GEBIED VAN DE GESCHIEDENIS VAN DE VLAAMSE BEWEGING, vol. 75, no. 1, 2016, pp. 5–26.
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Willems, G. (2016). “Een indrukwekkende stapel documenten”: over de moeizame institutionele ontwikkeling van het filmproductiebeleid in Vlaanderen (1964-1981). WETENSCHAPPELIJKE TIJDINGEN OP HET GEBIED VAN DE GESCHIEDENIS VAN DE VLAAMSE BEWEGING, 75(1), 5–26.
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Willems, Gertjan. 2016. “‘Een Indrukwekkende Stapel Documenten’: Over de Moeizame Institutionele Ontwikkeling van Het Filmproductiebeleid in Vlaanderen (1964-1981).” WETENSCHAPPELIJKE TIJDINGEN OP HET GEBIED VAN DE GESCHIEDENIS VAN DE VLAAMSE BEWEGING 75 (1): 5–26.
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Willems, Gertjan. 2016. “‘Een Indrukwekkende Stapel Documenten’: Over de Moeizame Institutionele Ontwikkeling van Het Filmproductiebeleid in Vlaanderen (1964-1981).” WETENSCHAPPELIJKE TIJDINGEN OP HET GEBIED VAN DE GESCHIEDENIS VAN DE VLAAMSE BEWEGING 75 (1): 5–26.
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Willems G. “Een indrukwekkende stapel documenten”: over de moeizame institutionele ontwikkeling van het filmproductiebeleid in Vlaanderen (1964-1981). WETENSCHAPPELIJKE TIJDINGEN OP HET GEBIED VAN DE GESCHIEDENIS VAN DE VLAAMSE BEWEGING. 2016;75(1):5–26.
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G. Willems, “‘Een indrukwekkende stapel documenten’: over de moeizame institutionele ontwikkeling van het filmproductiebeleid in Vlaanderen (1964-1981),” WETENSCHAPPELIJKE TIJDINGEN OP HET GEBIED VAN DE GESCHIEDENIS VAN DE VLAAMSE BEWEGING, vol. 75, no. 1, pp. 5–26, 2016.
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  author       = {{Willems, Gertjan}},
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  journal      = {{WETENSCHAPPELIJKE TIJDINGEN OP HET GEBIED VAN DE GESCHIEDENIS VAN DE VLAAMSE BEWEGING}},
  keywords     = {{Filmbeleid,Vlaamse cinema,Belgische cinema,Filmsteun,Frans van Mechelen,Rika De Backer,Renaat van Elslande}},
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  title        = {{'Een indrukwekkende stapel documenten': over de moeizame institutionele ontwikkeling van het filmproductiebeleid in Vlaanderen (1964-1981)}},
  url          = {{http://www.wt.be/index.php/wt/article/view/7150}},
  volume       = {{75}},
  year         = {{2016}},
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