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NFB announces partnership with Brazil

The National Film Board of Canada has signed a three-year Cooperation Agreement with the Audiovisual Secretariat of Brazil's Ministry of Culture (SAv/MinC). The new partnership focuses on the prototyping of new forms of documentary and animation creation in the multiplatform age and on the development of new models of international coproduction for these works. A key element of the agreement will be the development of a Brazil-Canada Summit in 2010 on International Co-production in the Digital Age.
October 14, 2009

The National Film Board of Canada has signed a three-year Cooperation Agreement with the Audiovisual Secretariat of Brazil’s Ministry of Culture (SAv/MinC). The new partnership focuses on the prototyping of new forms of documentary and animation creation in the multiplatform age and on the development of new models of international coproduction for these works. A key element of the agreement will be the development of a Brazil-Canada Summit in 2010 on International Co-production in the Digital Age.

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