New Zealand and Israel co-production treaty will allow film makers to access funding and incentives in both countries.
Deal is expected to give import quota exemption to more British films
PARIS – Co-productions with the world's fastest growing film market, China, was the subject of this year's 15th Dream Industry (Feb. 4-6), integrated within the Paris Images Trade Show. The event…
Hong Kong and South Korea have signed a memorandum of understanding intended to lead to greater co-operation in cultural industries including film and TV. The deal was signed in Seoul by the Minister…
Films to be considered as local content in both countries
Chinese director Feng Xiaogang and "Four Weddings And A Funeral" producer Duncan Kenworthy are eyeing an English-language remake of Feng's comedy drama "A World Without Thieves."
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