Currencies:
RUB/USD 0,0116
0,0002
BRL/USD 0,1792
0,0009
INR/USD 0,1195
0,0001
CNY/USD 0,1366
0,0002
ZAR/USD 0,544
0,0039
Weather:
Moscow 24 °C
Brazilia 18 °C
New Delhi 32 °C
Beijing 25 °C
Pretoria 23 °C
Cairo 40 °C
Tehran 40 °C
Abu Dhabi 40 °C
Menu
Broadcast «Check List»
24 °C
Moscow
18 °C
Brazilia
18 °C
New Delhi
25 °C
Beijing
23 °C
Pretoria
40 °C
Cairo
40 °C
Tehran
40 °C
Abu Dhabi
RUB/USD
0,0116
0,0002
BRL/USD
0,1792
0,0009
INR/USD
0,1195
0,0001
CNY/USD
0,1366
0,0002
ZAR/USD
0,544
0,0039
TV BRICS Apps
Home
News
Videos
Podcasts
Menu
12:15 «BRICSterview»
12:15 «BRICSterview»
Now 16+
12:15

«BRICSterview»

12:30 «Check List»
Next
12:30

«Check List»

16+
13:00

«BRICSreport»

16+
13:15

«BRICSterview»

16+
Иконка с часами 14 minutes 2 sec.
Ambassador of Ethiopia to Russia Uriat Cham Ugala/ “Joining BRICS is a growth opportunity for Ethiopia”
Иконка с часами 20 minutes 11 sec.
Douw Vermaak/ «Relations between Russia and South Africa are getting stronger»
Иконка с часами 8 minutes 22 sec.
Anthony Phiri, Harare Institute of Technology/"The world needs to work together to reduce greenhouse gas emissions"
24.07.2417:12 Education
Students from 10 Indian states to join the TV BRICS international teleconference in honour of Pushkin's anniversary
23.07.2417:12 Society
TV BRICS and Ethiopia's leading news agency to jointly promote Africa's agenda in global media space
19.07.2416:45 Society
Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug explores life in BRICS+ countries 
Brazil
20.06.24 16:45
Culture

Brazilian authorities to allocate R$1.6 billion to support the production of films and TV series

The new law on quotas in Brazilian cinemas will support locally produced films


The Brazilian federal government plans to invest R$1.6 billion (US$296 million) to support the production of audiovisual content. Special attention is planned to be paid to national films and TV series. The announcement was made at an event in Rio de Janeiro to mark National Cinema Day, reports Brasil247, a partner of TV BRICS. At the ceremony, President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva signed a decree regulating quotas for the screening of Brazilian films. The law, which came into force in January this year, requires cinemas to allocate space in the programme for domestic films until 31 December 2033.

The aim of the law is to support and develop national cinema. A specialised agency will monitor compliance with the regulation.The president also raised the need to regulate streaming services and taxation of digital platforms in general.

"The arts are meant to educate and inspire people, that's why we invest in them".

The ceremony also saw the announcement of a new credit line to support the audiovisual industry. The programme, developed with the Ministry of Culture, has an initial budget of R$400 (US$70) and targets companies planning major projects. 

Photo: iStock
Short
and to the point
Once a week we will cover news in the BRICS countries
By clicking on the "Subscribe" button, you agree to the processing of personal data

MORE ON THE TOPIC

23.07.2415:35 Culture
Copper art exhibition opens in China's capita
22.07.2410:30 Culture
China organises event for more than 70 poets from BRICS countries
21.07.2410:30 Culture
China reveals ancient petroglyphs depicting human life more than 2,500 years ago
18.07.2411:45 Culture
Experts from 20 countries take part in the International Symposium on Cultural Heritage Conservation by Digitization in China  
18.07.2410:30 Culture
The Russian capital to host Festival of Latin American and Caribbean Culture
11.07.2410:30 Culture
Russia and Iran to broaden their cultural ties through the Role of Friendship Festival
Short
and to the point
Once a week we will cover news in the BRICS countries
By clicking on the "Subscribe" button, you agree to the processing of personal data