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Film New Zealand

Film New Zealand works to promote New Zealand as a production destination and provides support, information and introductions to international film-markers considering New Zealand as a production destination.  More

Posted: August 14, 2011
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Ausfilm International

Australia’s Federal content attraction organisation, Ausfilm is a government-industry partnership comprising all of Australia’s State and Territory Screen Agencies, some 40 private sector screen production service companies and Australia’s Federal Government through the Department of Communications, IT and the Arts (DCITA). Ausfilm markets Australia’s incentives, locations and capabilities in production and Post/Digital/VFX (PDV) to attract […]  More

Posted: August 13, 2011
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National Film Development Corporation Ltd

National Film Development Corporation Ltd., (NFDC), a Government of India Enterprise, was established in 1975 with a view to promoting and organizing an integrated development of the Indian Film Industry and to foster excellence in cinema. Over the years, NFDC has provided a wide range of services essential for the growth of Indian Cinema within […]  More

Posted: June 12, 2011
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Film Development Council Of The Philippines

The Film Development Council of the Philippines is the government-backed lead agency for film in the Philippines ensuring that the economic, cultural and educational aspects of film are effectively represented at home and abroad.  More

Posted: June 12, 2011
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China Film Co-Production Corporation (CFCC)

China Film Co-Production Corporation (CFCC) was founded in August 1979. For the past twenty years or more, CFCC has established trade relations with more than 50 countries and regions, including the United States, Britain, France, Italy, and Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Macao Special Administrative Region and Taiwan of China. Of those feature films with […]  More

Posted: June 6, 2011
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China Film Promotion International

Created in 2005 under the authority of China Film Group Corporation, China Film Promotion International (CFPI) aims to amass film program resources and establish an exchange platform for film buyers and professionals in order to develop international film exchanges. CFPI attends majors film markets such as Cannes and AFM, publishes bilingual brochures introducing the latest […]  More

Posted: June 6, 2011
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Korean Film Council

International Relations Director- Mr. Daniel Park Duk-ho The Korean Film Council (KOFIC), a government-supported, self-administered body, works tirelessly to promote and support Korean films both in Korea and abroad. Originally founded as the Korean Motion Picture Promotion Corporation in 1973 and charged with the task of revitalizing Korean cinema, the organization was restructured in May […]  More

Posted: June 6, 2011
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Slovak Film Institute

The SLOVAK FILM INSTITUTE (SFI) is the administrator of the film archive which is a special significance archive within the meaning of the law. It comprises all films, frequently unique, made in Slovakia. The Film Institute executes the rights of the producer to Slovak films made by organisations which are fully and exclusively managed by […]  More

Posted: June 5, 2011
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Japan Film Commission Promotion Council (JFCPC)

The Japan Film Commission Promotion Council (JFCPC) has been established with one primary aim: that members will make a united effort to support activities of local FCs, thereby contributing to the development of Japan’s visual media culture. Film commissions (FCs) are non-profit public organizations that 1) attract movie, TV drama and commercial message film crews […]  More

Posted: June 2, 2011
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Bord Scannán Na Héireann (The Irish Film Board)

Bord Scannán na hÉireann/the Irish Film Board aims to ensure the continuity of production and availability of Irish films to home and international audiences. The Board was reconstituted in April 1993 by the Department of Arts, Heritage, Gaeltacht and the Islands under the Film Board Act, 1980. Bord Scannán na hÉireann provides loans and equity […]  More

Posted: May 29, 2011
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The Irish Film Institute

The Irish Film Institute preserves, presents and promotes film culture in Ireland. It achieves this objective by: Maintaining the Irish Film Archive to the highest international standards; Making available, through its programming and its facilities, the best film experience possible for Irish audiences; Assisting in the extension of such experience to the other regions of […]  More

Posted: May 29, 2011
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National Centre Of Cinematography

The National Centre of Cinematography is a specialized body of the central public administration in the field of cinematography, under the subordination of the Ministry of Culture and Religious Affairs, founded by the emergency decree of the Government nr. 9 on 11/01/01 Its main purposes are: – The encouragement and protection of the national film production […]  More

Posted: May 29, 2011
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National Film Development Corporation Of Malaysia (Finas)

The National Film Development Committee was formed by the Malaysian government on July 26, 1980 to outline the ways to improve Malaysian film industry. As the results from their recommendations, Malaysia National Film Development (or FINAS) was formed in the year 1981 through Malaysian Film Corporation Development Act, 1981 (Act 244). Mission: Provides services, facilities, […]  More

Posted: May 29, 2011
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The Dutch Film Fund

The Dutch Film Fund receives grants from the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science based on the Arts Plan Budget. The Dutch Film Fund has two main aims: 1)  To encourage film production in the Netherlands, focussing on quality and diversity; 2)  To engender a good climate for Dutch film culture. In order to achieve […]  More

Posted: May 26, 2011
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The Lithuanian Film Centre

The purpose of the Lithuanian Film Centre (LFC) is to promote Lithuanian cinematography. Its principal goal is to collect information about Lithuanian film artists and provide the latest news about Lithuanian cinema. These goals are reflected in the structure of the website with a news and events section updated on a regular basis and an […]  More

Posted: May 22, 2011
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Hungarian Film Commission

The Hungarian Film Commission was set up in 1998 within the framework of the Motion Picture Public Foundation of Hungary in order to provide location services and promote Hungary as a film location. The institution headquartered in Budapest promotes Hungarian locations and production services to independent and studio production professionals, and to maintain a film-friendly […]  More

Posted: May 17, 2011
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Greek Film Centre

The Greek Film Centre is a corporation that belongs to the broader public sector. It is supervised by the Ministry of Culture and subsidized by the state. Its infrastructure, sphere of duty and operation are regulated chiefly by Law 1597/86 for the protection and development of the art of film and the support of Greek […]  More

Posted: May 16, 2011
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National Film Center Of Latvia

Latvian National Cinematography Centre is a state civil-institution subordinate to the Ministry of Culture implementing state cultural policy of the film industry within the framework of its competence. Main tasks: • To develop, implement and coordinate unified state’s internal and external audio- visual policy and strategy; • To ensure continuity of culture process and maintenance […]  More

Posted: May 15, 2011
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FFA Filmförderungsanstalt German Federal Film Board

The FFA has an annual budget of around € 76 million at its disposal. Funding area: 1.       Production Funding There are two categories; full length feature film and short film. Under full length feature films, the funding is granted for films with a running time of at least 79 minutes and for children’s films of […]  More

Posted: May 14, 2011
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Estonian Film Foundation

The Estonian Film Foundation (EFF) was established in 1997 by the government of Estonia as a private legal institution with the task of * Financing Estonian film production * Establishing and developing international film contacts * Promoting Estonian films at home and abroad * Supporting the training of Estonian filmmakers and audiovisual professionals * Creating […]  More

Posted: May 10, 2011
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The Finnish Film Foundation

The Finnish Film Foundation grants support for professional Finnish film production. The Foundation´s goal is to promote high-quality, versatile and unique Finnish film. The support can be granted for feature-length, short and episodic fiction, documentary, animation and children’s films. The production support is granted for the writing of a film script, development of a film […]  More

Posted: May 8, 2011
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Det Danske Filminstitut (Danish Film Institute)

The Danish Film Institute is responsible for implementing public policy regarding Danish films and cinema culture. DFI operations extend from participation in the development and production of feature films, short and documentary films, over distribution and marketing, to managing the national film archive and the cinematheque. The DFI support system embraces all genres, on all platforms […]  More

Posted: May 8, 2011
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Singapore Film Commission

The Singapore Film Commission (SFC), a government agency, was set up in April 1998, in response to the rapidly growing Singapore film industry. From 1 January 2003, the SFC became part of the Media Development Authority (MDA). SFC’s mission is to “nurture, support and promote Singapore talent in filmmaking, the production of Singapore films, and […]  More

Posted: May 7, 2011
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Czech Film Commission

The Czech Film Commission, established in 2004, serves primarily international feature film, television, commercial and video production companies and filmmakers by providing consultation, guidance and contacts. It serves as a liaison between local and national institutions and companies, helping co-ordinate the work of those people who are involved in providing film production services to visiting […]  More

Posted: April 26, 2011
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Bulgarian National Film Centre (NFC)

Bulgarian National Film Center (NFC) is an Executive Agency under Ministry of Culture implementing the Cinema Industry Law. The main functions of National Film Center are to finance film production, film managing, distribution and exhibition of films, to support the promotion of Bulgarian films in the country and abroad, to keep the register under CIL, to stimulate the […]  More

Posted: April 19, 2011
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Osterreichisches Filminstitut (Austrian Film Institute)

The Austrian Film Institute is a federal institution established to provide funding for Austrian films with regard to cultural and economic aspects. Its aims are: a) supporting the production, dissemination and marketing of Austrian films which seem likely to achieve both audience approval and international recognition, thereby enhancing the economic viability, quality, autonomy and cultural […]  More

Posted: April 7, 2011
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Austrian Film Commission (AFC)

The Austrian Film Commission (AFC), founded in 1986, is an organization dedicated to promoting Austrian cinema throughout the world. Acting both as an information clearing house and as a facilitating agency for export purposes, the AFC maintains ongoing contacts with festival directors, sales agents, buyers and distributors, as well as the press, concerning new Austrian […]  More

Posted: April 7, 2011
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Malta Film Commission

The Malta Film Commission is a government body established by CHAPTER 478 (Act No. 7 of 2005) of the Laws of Malta, consisting of an advisory body for the role of advising the Minister responsible for the film sector on policies pertaining to the promotion, development and support of the audiovisual and film servicing industry. […]  More

Posted: April 4, 2011
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Asian Film Commissions Network

AFCNet, Asian Film Commissions Network, is an organization of professional film commissions in the Asian region that aims to – Build a strong network among film commissions and location support organizations – Share information on film-related procedures; laws, insurance, customs immigration, etc. – Problem-solve issues arising from working on location and improve location support systems […]  More

Posted: March 27, 2011
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Hong Kong Film Services Office

The Film Services Office (FSO) was in April 1998 under the Television and Entertainment Licensing Authority to implement the policy initiatives announced by the Chief Executive in his 1997 Policy Address to promote the Hong Kong film industry. This not only marks a new milestone in the development of the film industry but also demonstrates […]  More

Posted: March 4, 2011
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