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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MGM Worldwide Television Distribution handles global distribution of film and television product as well as co-productions for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.
While Euro co-productions aren't getting any easier; several of the most prominent recent European pies show that transnational filmmaking is alive and well.
The agreement between Telefilm Canada and CINAR Corporation announced today is very important as a large portion of CINAR Corporation's productions, to date, have been official co-productions which require Telefilm Canada certification.
I'm not sure that there is more money available for minority co-productions in France than in other countries, like Germany," says Philippe Bober, founder of sales and production label Coproduction Office.
MGM Worldwide Television Distribution handles global television distribution and television program co-productions for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc.
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-PRODUCTIONS ARE, BY NOW, ESTABLISHED COGS IN THE AUSTRALIAN-CINEMA MACHINE, EVEN HAVING SEEN SEVERAL SUCCESSES AT THE BOX OFFICE BOTH HERE AND ABROAD, TIM BOSANQUET SPEAKS TO SEVERAL INDUSTRY INSIDERS TO SCOPE OUT THE BENEFITS AND DRAWBACKS OF SUCH PARTNERSHIPS, AS WELL AS TO SEEK OUT SOME ADVICE FOR BEST PRACTICE.
Co-productions provide an opportunity to create and showcase our soft power.
These international co-productions are distinct from Canadian-American co-ventures, which may benefit from tax credits and Cancon broadcast license fees, but not direct public funding.
Commenting on the agreement, New Zealand's minister Ms Barry said, "New Zealand television producers will now get more opportunities to access the Chinese market by working with Chinese producers on official co-productions.
Topics include: the shift towards normalizing commercial sponsorship and branding due to deregulation; designing a co-productions database; the TV shows Pepe Carvalho and Life on Mars; Italian-French co-productions in the 1950s; work by the Greek director Theo Angelopoulos; Spanish co-productions reflecting on Spain's civil war; a French novel made into a German movie; concerns about the marketing of Scandinavian films in a competitive global film marketplace; co-production policies between Spain and Latin America; Oranges and Sunshine, A British-Australian co-production; and The Red Violin, a Canadian-European co-production.
While there are 74 Turkish majority co-productions, there have only been a handful of Turkish minority co-productions in this period.