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    STUDIA NEGOTIA - Issue no. 3 / 2013  
         
  Article:   FILM PRODUCTION FINANCING IN ROMANIA (THE NATIONAL CINEMA CENTRE).

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There is a major difference regarding the audience numbers and the recorded revenues between the American film and the Romanian film. The Romanian film still benefits from limited audience even though it has obtained remarkable prizes in international festivals. Therefore, the necessity of financing the production of Romanian films, inclusively by the state granting financial support through the National Cinema Centre. The state financial support can take the form of interest-free reimbursable financial loans granted for the film production and the development of film projects (direct credit), non-reimbursable financial grants offered for the audience success of the film, its distinct artistic quality, its promoting and distribution (automatic non-reimbursable financial support) or fiscal facilities for the film production and distribution (indirect financial support). The purpose of this article was to create an information tool for all the film production companies interested in accessing funds from the National Cinema Centre in Romania.

Keywords: National Cinema Centre, State support, Direct credit, Non-reimbursable support, Indirect support

 
         
     
         
         
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