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India and Poland sign pact on audio-visual co-production sector

India and Poland sign pact on audio-visual co-production sector

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  13 March 2020 6:57 AM GMT

NEW DELHI: Producers Guild of India and Polish Film Institute has signed an agreement for co-operation to boost their relationship for mutual benefits of the film production industries between India and Poland, stated a press release. This agreement was signed at India International Film Tourism Conclave (IIFTC) in Mumbai recently.

Both the parties, who are esteemed organizations representing their respective entertainment industries have agreed to join hands with the ultimate objective to collaborate together for sharing ideas and best practices on domestic and international film production, shooting and promotion, further mutual understanding of their film production markets and increase cultural understanding, enable opportunities for dialogue, creation, and sharing of ideas and best practices, utilizing their best efforts to facilitate seamless and cost-effective use of local services with respect to securing film agreements across India and Poland’s agencies, organizations and Government authorities and sharing references on Polish and Indian production and services companies in their respective countries.

Radoslaw Smigulski, General Director of Polish Film Institute said, “We wish to enhance our relationship with India and look forward to work with Producers Guild of India to facilitate further opportunities for dialogue and best practices for a forward-thinking film production business. I’m sure that our both cinematographers with so rich yet quite different tradition in filmmaking have a lot to offer to each other.”

Kulmeet Makkar, Chief Executive Officer of Producers Guild of India said, “This agreement of mutual co-operation with Polish Film Institute will help to explore new and innovative opportunities to further progress the relationship between the film production industries in India and Poland. We are confident that this collaboration will lead to more common content development and co-productions between India and Poland.” (IANS)

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