Over the last few years, there has been a huge increase of international Film and TV co-productions around the globe.
The reasons are multiple: increased demand from the new platforms for new shows, competition between countries to offer their production services at cheaper costs, the desire to reach new international audiences.
And from a financial standpoint, local and international co-productions offer new avenues of financing (public and private funding) whilst allowing co-producers to share development costs and financial risks.
In this guide we will explain the various types of co-productions that you can contemplate to maximize your access to international public funding.
We will also identify the main reasons to set up an international film or TV co-production. Finally, we will list all the elements that you should consider when choosing to enter into a formal international co-production agreement, regardless of your territory.
- What Is Co-production?
- Role Between Majority And Minority Producers
- The Different Types Of Co-productions
- The Different Reasons To Set Up An International Co-production
- Tv Quotas Regulations
- Where To Start?
- Key Advantage Of An Official Co-production
By the end of this guide you will be able to:
Understand What Is a Co-Production
Discover the Role of Minority and Majority Producers
Learn About the Different Types of Co-productions
Identify the Main Reasons to Set Up an International Co-production
Evaluate the Interest to Explore an International Co-Production for Your Project
Author: Ilann Girard
Publisher: Moviesoft & Olffi – Online Film Financing
Release Date: April 20, 2020
Download Format: PDF
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