Poland and India have signed a new location filming co-production agreement, meaning films from each country will be treated as national productions. India already has similar agreements with countries including New Zealand, the UK and Brazil.
In a statement India’s Press Information Bureau said: “The film sectors in both the countries stand to gain immensely through this agreement. Both the nations have a long history of cinema which extends to several platforms including the International Films Festival at Goa.
The film sectors in both the countries stand to gain immensely through this agreement.
Press Information Bureau, India
“During the last IFFI, honouring the elevated position that the Polish Film Industry commands across world cinema, a package titled ‘Spotlight on Poland’ was organised.”
Poland and India already have a long history of film productions together. As well as formalising funding issues, the agreement also covers laboratory processing and the movement of filming equipment between the two countries.
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