Co-production Treaty between
Australia & Canada

Project Type | sign in to Olffi

Sign Date | 23 July 1990

In force | 26 September 1990

Activity | Production

Min Participation | sign in to Olffi

Versioning | sign in to Olffi


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Specific Conditions

  •   Location shooting, exterior or interior, in a third-party country, if the script or action so requires and if technicians from the coproducing countries take part in the shooting.
  •   Third-party country performers (internationally recognized) where script or financing dictates, subject to approval by the competent authorities.
  •   At least 90% of the photographs included in a coproduction film shall be specially shot for that film.
  •   Each of the Contracting Parties shall provide, in accordance with national legislation, temporary admission, free of import duties and taxes, of cinematographic equipment for the making of co-production films.
  •   Co-production films shall be made and processed in their entirety up to the creation of the answer print in Australia and/or Canada and/or where there is a third co-producer, in that co-producer's country (and dubbing may be carried out in Australia and/or in Canada and/or, where there is a third co-producer, in that co-producer's country). The majority of this work shall normally be carried out in the country of the co-producer which has the major financial participation.country of the co-producer which has the major financial participation.