Magazine article Screen International

UK, Morocco Sign Co-Pro Pact

Magazine article Screen International

UK, Morocco Sign Co-Pro Pact

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The UK and Moroccan governments have signed a co-production treaty.

The UK and Moroccan governments have signed a film co-production treaty, negotiated by the BFI and Centre Cinématographique Marocain (CCM).

The treaty will likely soon be extended to include television as well.

Productions that qualify under the terms of the treaty will be able to access the benefits of national status in each country, allowing access to Moroccan tax incentives and the UK's film tax relief and the BFI Film Fund.

BFI chief executive Amanda Nevill said: "British filmmakers, from David Lean through to Christopher Nolan, have long since looked to Morocco for its stunning landscapes and substantial production infrastructure.

"This treaty will be a catalyst to grow opportunities to pool creative and financial resources and foster a deeper sense of collaboration. …

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