The new Australia- India co-production agreement is set to help Australian producers reach new audiences, open up new avenues for industry investment and boost distribution for Australian producers in one of the world’s largest and growing markets.
With the agreement now in force, projects in both countries can access government funding including grants, loans and tax offsets under the agreement.
Since the inception of the co-production program in Australia almost 40 years ago, formal arrangements have been signed with 14 countries, leading to the creation of 210 official co-production titles with total budgets of $2.02 billion.
For more information about the International Co-production Program visit Screen Australia.
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