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Hungary, China Sign Film Industry Agreement

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Government Commissioner Csaba Káel and Mao Yu, who heads the China Film Administration, have signed an agreement on film industry cooperation between Hungary and China, Hungary's National Film Institute (NFI) said on Friday, according to a press release.

The agreement aims to foster industry ties, advance synergies, promote professional cooperation and pave the way for joint productions, NFI said.

The agreement also extends to film industry training and mutual promotion of Hungarian and Chinese films.

Káel noted that Hungary was the number one location for film production in continental Europe at present. The delegation from the China Film Administration visited the NFI's Film Archives and Film Laboratory and the institute's studios in Fót (20 km northeast of Budapest).

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