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The Slovenian parliament passed a new bill providing 122.6 m EUR in additional funds for arts and culture for the period of 2021 – 2027, an average of 17.5 m EUR each year, for seven years.
Brazil and China will work together to enable the broadcasting of films and TV shows from one country on pay-channels and Video On Demand platforms on the other.
Brasil e China vão trabalhar em conjunto para possibilitar a difusão e a transmissão de filmes e programas de TV de um país em canais por assinatura e em plataformas de Video On Demand (vídeo sob demanda) do outro.
ScreenSkills presents MindSet, in association with Ffilm Cymru Wales, a new mental health awareness training programme for film and TV producers, managers and Heads of Department.
There is a new cooperation agreement between Belgium and Canada for audiovisual co-productions. The agreement determines the conditions under which a co-production can be recognized as an official co-production. With that status, co- production is treated as a 'national production' and can benefit from the applicable support measures in both countries.
Reinventing the legal framework of the French audiovisual landscape: this is the ambition of the draft law on the audiovisual to be presented in November in the Council of Ministers.