co-production


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co-production

n
1. (Film) a film, play, television programme, etc, produced by two or more people or organizations
2. (Pop Music) a film, play, television programme, etc, produced by two or more people or organizations
3. (Broadcasting) a film, play, television programme, etc, produced by two or more people or organizations
Translations

co-production

[ˌkəʊprəˈdʌkʃən] Ncoproducción f

co-production

nKoproduktion f
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Held on the sidelines of the 8th MalmE[micro] Arab Film Festival from 5-9 October, the MAFF Development Funding aims to stimulate co-productions between Sweden and the Arab countries.
Co-production of an Indian film with an international party means that Indian producer can access international funds and can collaborate on the script, talent and distribution at international level.
Nonetheless, Screen Australia head of producer offset and co-production Tim Phillips is complimentary about such partnerships: 'International co-productions give Australian filmmakers a shot at two markets, which they wouldn't normally get domestically.
Historically, Ireland is Canada's fifth favorite co-production partner, behind the United Kingdom, France, Germany and
The co-production agreement seeks to open up joint film and television projects for official co-production status.
Of course it is not only these minority co-production funds that lead to European partnerships, but also the possibility of receiving money from the Board of Management of the Council of Europe's Eurimages Fund, of which Turkey is a member.
The agreement is also expected to benefit producers from both the countries in pooling their creative, artistic, technical, financial and marketing resources for the co-production.
Eurimages is the Council of Europe fund for the co-production, distribution and exhibition of European cinematographic works.
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 to showcase the rich heritage and culture in our two countries internationally through films.
Te Puni Kokiri's co-production project has emerged from within this environment, primarily from what we have learned from the experiences and evaluations of our past policies and programmes.
announced that it had entered into a co-production agreement with Centro Digital Pictures Ltd.