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CNC's annual report (may 2015)

films released, film and fiction production on television, film and television programme exports, hoshold spending on film, television and audiovisual equipment, movie-going public, film production, support for television production, distribution (...)

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Producing Movies in France // The Incentives Guide 2015

This yearly updated booklet is the English language guide to the French support system to cinema and TV. Content includes information about the Tax Rebate for International Production (eligible production companies and expenses, application process, the cultural tests), how to co-produce feature films (qualifying to the French system, available funding for French-qualified co-productions), TV-dramas, series and TV-documentaries, as well as about other grants for film & TV (World Cinema Support and local subsidies). The guide is published by Film France.

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publication : Producing Films in France

When it comes to movies, no other film community in the world can claim to be involved in as many productions in as many languages than France. For thousands of filmmakers, France is the hub for all things cinema.

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French Film Archives
A journey of discovery investigates different aspects of French Film Archives activitie’s such as the history of a movie, a film director, film heritage’s professions...
Framework for a EU-wide Audiovisual Orphan Works Registry
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aide aux cinémas du monde

Aide aux cinémas du monde - Mustang, Deniz Gamze Ergüven

Mustang, Deniz Gamze Ergüven, supported by Aide aux cinémas du monde

Aide aux cinémas du monde is a fund dedicated to international co-productions

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tax rebate for International productions (TRIP)

world fund

The Tax Rebate for International productions (TRIP) concerns projects wholly or partly made in France and initiated by a non-French company.

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