India, France discuss co-production of films, set up joint working group
India and France on Tuesday discussed ways and means to co-produce films and collaborate on audio visual exchanges.
The two countries also agreed to set up a joint working group towards implementation of these objectives after wide-ranging discussions between Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar and French Culture Minister Franck Riester in New Delhi.
“India and France discussed on ways and means on co-production of films and also collaborate in audio visual exchanges. We agreed to have a joint working group towards implementation of these objectives,” Javadekar tweeted after the meeting.
Riester had on Monday met producers from the film industry to promote France as a destination to shoot movies and explore the future of joint ventures between the two countries.