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Indo-Polish pact on film tourism

With the Indian Film Commission on the anvil, India and Poland will agree on a slew of initiatives to facilitate co-production agreements. Union information and broadcasting minister Ambika Soni is on a visit to the European nation.

delhi Updated: Jul 04, 2012 23:20 IST
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With the Indian Film Commission on the anvil, India and Poland will agree on a slew of initiatives to facilitate co-production agreements. Union information and broadcasting minister Ambika Soni is on a visit to the European nation.

The visit will highlight the potential of the Indian film industry with the objective of promoting film tourism in the country.

“The visit is also expected to highlight the initiatives taken by the government in promoting programmes such as the National Film Heritage Mission, the proposal to set up the Films Commission, Centenary Celebrations of Indian Cinema and the enhanced participation of Poland during the International Film Festival at Goa this year,” a press release said.

The co-production agreement will provide a legal framework for promoting AV productions, especially production of films for cinema and TV. India already has such agreements with Italy, UK, Northern Ireland, Germany, Brazil, France and New Zealand.