Radio & Television

Canada and France sign new audiovisual co-production agreement

GATINEAU — Canada’s minister of Canadian Heritage, Steven Guilbeault, and France’s minister of culture, Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin, signed a new film and television co-production agreement during a videoconference today. Canada and France are frequent co-production partners, having co-produced almost 100 projects between 2015 and 2020. The new agreement replaces the two co-production agreements currently in force, which were signed in 1983, covering cinematographic works and television works, respectively. Today's agreement covers all audiovisual works, whether they are intended for distribution in cinemas, on television or through on-demand media platforms, says a Canadian Heritage press release. “To be recognized as a co-production...

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