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‘Film Treaty' between India and Australia gets approved

With this proposed agreement, the government of India will boost ties with Australia and lead to an exchange of art and culture between the two countries.

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A treaty for a joint production partnership in the audio-visual services between India and Australia recently received approval from the Union Cabinet. The treaty aims to promote the co-production of films between the two nations.

Audio Visual co-production treaties are defined as “enabling documents which facilitate co-production of films between two countries”, according to the government statement. Such agreements are Umbrella Agreements under which private, quasi-government or governmental agencies enter into contracts to produce films together. So far, India has signed fifteen such audio-visual co-production treaties with foreign countries.

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