- Maximum number of coproducers for a film shall be four, unless the competent authorities agree otherwise
- None of the co-producers shall be linked by common management, ownership or control, save to the extent that it is inherent in the making of the co-production film itself.
- The film-making contribution benefiting a country shall be broadly in proportion to the financial contribution of the party co-producer(s)
- No more than 20% of the total production cost may be used to source goods and services from a country other than the UK, Israel, an EEA State, or the State in which the third party co-producer is established.
- Unless the competent authorities agree otherwise, at least 90% of footage must have been specially shot for that film.
- Unless the competent authorities agree otherwise, all work on the co-production prior to completion including studio and post-production work shall be carried out in the countries in which the party co-producers or third party co-producers are established.
- The majority of the work including studio and post-production work shall be carried out in the country in which the party co-producer or third party co-producer making the greatest financial contribution is established.
- Individuals participating in the making of the film shall be nationals/residents of the UK, Israel, an EEA State, or the State in which the third-party co-producer is established, unless the competent authorities agree otherwise.