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FDCP at CNC, nag-renew ng cooperation agreement

Dianne Canlas - Pang-masa

MANILA, Philippines — Bilang selebrasyon ng ika-75 taon ng diplomatic relations sa pagitan ng France, nag-renew ng cooperation agreement sa pagitan ng dalawang ahensyang Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) at Centre National du Cinéma et de l’image animée or National Centre for Cinematography (CNC) of France noong Mayo 18, 2022 sa Philippine-Singapore Pavilion habang iginagawad ang 75th Cannes Film Festival at Marché du Film.

Nagkasundo ang dalawang ahensya para sa stronger film policies, exchange of education and training development, at iba pang aspeto ng filmmaking mula sa co-production, exhibition efforts, at best practices in heritage preservation.

Pinangunahan ang dalawang grupo ng kanilang pinuno na sina Olivier Henrard, CNC COO representing CNC President Dominique Boutonnat, and Mary Liza Diño, FDCP Chairperson and CEO. Dumalo rin sa pagdiriwang ang ibang international filmmakers at stakeholders at mga film professional at mga kinatawan ng FDCP at CNC.

“With all these aspirations to understand the structure, the system, how we can improve, and how we can elevate the industry to become more globally competitive, the updating of the agreement, that will include cooperation in animation and strengthening our archiving partnerships, will be really instrumental to us as we support more projects. Thank you so much to the CNC Team for seeing the value of this partnership. I hope that in return, the warmth and the welcoming arms of the Philippines can also lead you to our country so we can discover more collaborations together,” ani FDCP Chair Liza Diño sa kanyang short message during the Signing Agreement.

“I’m sure that this Signing of the CNC-FDCP Agreement will be one of the peaks of the festival. We are full of optimism; we are full of energy to launch a new move in the industry in Europe and with our partnerships with the Philippines,” pahayag naman ni Henrard during his thanksgiving speech.


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