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India and Poland have entered into an audio visual co-production agreement under which filmmakers from both countries can jointly make movies and collaborate in their distribution.
“The agreement establishes a legal framework for relations regarding audio visual co-production, especially films including animation and documentary films for the cinema and TV, as well as films intended solely for dissemination on analogue or digital data carriers,” the Information and Broadcasting Ministry said in a statement July 6.
The agreement would also facilitate film persons to enter and briefly stay in each other’s countries.
Currently, as part of the initiative, the Indian government has signed co-production agreements with Italy, UK, Northern Ireland, Federal Republic of Germany, Brazil, France and New Zealand.