Written by on Jul 27, 2010. Posted in Incentive News

Film co-production agreement signed between China and Singapore

China and Singapore have signed a film co-production agreement in Beijing. The agreement covers feature films made for both theatrical and TV release. Official co-productions will qualify for the same funding and incentives available for national productions in each country.

Singapore’s Sam Tan, Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Trade and Industry and Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts, said: “With a rising global interest in Asian media content, this Film Co-Production Agreement presents immense opportunities for filmmakers in China and Singapore to collaborate, as well as share experiences and resources.”

The agreement applies to documentaries, animation and live-action films. It will be administered by Singapore’s Media Development Authority and China’s Film Bureau under the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television.

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