India, Poland to enhance bilateral cooperation in films sector
New Delhi, Nov 2 (ANI): India and Poland on Wednesday agreed to enhance the bilateral cooperation in the films Sector.
The effort would be to diversify the levels of cooperation and exchange in the areas of film festivals, and exchange programmes between national film schools of both the countries.
The issues were discussed in a meeting between Information and Broadcasting Ambika Soni and Minister for Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland Bogdan Zdrajewski
During the meeting, Soni emphasised the importance India gave to films from Poland.
She referred to this year's International Film Festival of India to be held in Goa from 23rd Nov- 3rd Dec. 2011, where a special section on contemporary Polish Cinema is being organised as part of the World Cinema Programme.
Films from Poland will be screened in the Section "Spotlight on Poland", in the International Competition Section and in the Section "A Cut Above". The possibility of organising Film Festivals in both the countries was also discussed.
Regarding the proposed 'Audio Visual Co-production Agreement' between the two countries, Soni told the Polish Minister that the due process of Inter Ministerial Consultations would be completed shortly, so as to enable due process forward.
Both Ministers also discussed the possibility of exchange programme between the National Film Schools at Lodz, Poland and SRFTI and FTII. The Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute, India has indicated that they would be interested in entering into an agreement with National Film Schools, Lodz, Poland. (ANI)
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