The Agreement Between the Government of Malaysia and the Government of Australia on Film Co-Production will foster creative exchange and generate new screen projects.
This formal connection will pave the way for more Australians to work and connect with the growing Asian industry and opens access to large audiences.
The agreement will help both Australia and Malaysia to improve their standing in the global screen production marketplace.
Once a project qualifies as a co-production, it opens access to government funding in both countries and enables productions to count towards local content quotas.
This latest agreement is the 13th through Australia's International Co-production Program, which has encompassed 199 projects with a total combined budget of around $2 billion since it began in 1986.
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