Co-Production Treaty India & UK



Reviews of the Annexes


The Competent Authorities shall keep the Annexes to this Agreement under review and, where they consider it appropriate to do so, may recommend that changes be made.

The Parties may, at any time, make amendments to either of the Annexes to this Agreement.

An amendment to an Annex which is made under this Article shall come into force when confirmed by an exchange of notes.


International obligations


The provisions of this Agreement are without prejudice to the international obligations of the Parties, including, in relation to the United Kingdom, obligations arising from European Community Law.

In witness whereof, the undersigned, being duly authorized thereto by their respective Governments, have signed this Agreement.

Done in duplicate at ….. this ……. day of ………, 200.., in the English and Hindi languages, both texts being equally authoritative.

For the Government of the United Kingdom  For the Government of India of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.


Section 1
Co-productions, which have no finance-only contributions


  Amendments to Articles

The co-producers shall include at least one UK Co-producer and at least one Indian Co-producer.

Unless the Competent Authorities agree otherwise, the maximum number of co-producers for a film shall be four

Unless the Competent Authorities agree otherwise, no co-producer may be linked to another co-producer by common ownership, management or control (except to the extent that such link is inherent in the making of the co-production).

Unless the Competent Authorities agree otherwise, each co-producer shall :

demonstrate a good track record in film-production, and have offices and staff in the country in which he is established.

Each co-producer shall:

continue to play an active role throughout the time the co-production is being made (including production planning and decision-making), and

assume responsibility for carrying through practical and financial arrangements for the making of the film.

Each co-producer shall also meet the following requirements:            

each co-producer must directly negotiate, contract and pay for rights, goods and services, and the co-producers must have entered into a binding contract, the terms of which reflect their responsibilities for the co-production.

Unless the Competent Authorities agree otherwise: the co-producers named in the original application shall not be replaced, and no co-producers may be added to those named in the original application (or previously agreed to under this paragraph).

Unless the Competent Authorities agree otherwise, a Third Party Co-producer shall not meet all the requirements of this Annex.

Unless the Competent Authorities agree otherwise, a Third Party Co-producer shall not meet all the requirements of this Annex.

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