China, U.K. sign co-production treaty

China and the U.K. finally signed a long-awaited bilateral co-production on film, Variety reports. The treaty was signed Wednesday in Beijing by U.K. Culture Minister Ed Vaizey and Vice Minister Tong Gang of the State Administration of Radio, Film & Television (SARFT).  The treaty means enhanced access to market for film-makers in the U.K. and China and that films that qualify under the treaty will be conferred with national status in both countries.

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