India, Spain may sign treaty to collaborate in filmmaking
The proposed Indo-Spanish film co-production treaty awaiting final approvals from India and Spain will provide the much-needed impetus to collaborative film productions between the two countries.
This was announced by Gulliermo Rodriguez, director of Indian Cultural House, Spain), during the opening of the first Spanish International Film Festival, organised by the Pune Film Foundation (PFF) in association with the National Film Archive of India (NFAI), on Saturday.
“We are very hopeful of film collaborations between India and Spain. The idea is to promote a cultural communication between the two countries. We are also working towards screening many more Indian films in Spain,” added Rodriguez. He has also promised to have a package of 25 Spanish films, old and new, to be archived at the NFAI.