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A cache of Malay movies made in Singapore from the 1950s to the 1970s has been recognised by the United Nation's cultural body as an important part of the region's heritage.
The Production Guild of Great Britain (PGGB) has signed bi-lateral agreements with the Producers Guild of America (PGA) and the Producers Guild of Italy (AGPCI). The agreements are designed to foster co-operation between the PGGB and its counterparts. The focus will be on creating relationships for information sharing and exchanging ideas in film and television production of mutual benefit to their respective members and industries.
Seeking to attract European and American filmmakers to Turkey, the Culture and Tourism Ministry has drafted a bill to meet 25% of the costs of foreign productions shot there.
Galwayhas become the first Irish Unesco city of film and one of only five in the world to hold the title.
To give impetus to the short film industry, the 26th Istanbul International Short Film Festival got underway last week in the city's cultural institutions.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism organised the biennial festival, an important cultural event in the country, to honour Asia-Pacific cinema and promote the development of co-operation and cultural exchange between filmmakers in the region and the world.