Queensland, Korea sign film MoU

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SYDNEY -- Queensland film agency the Pacific Film and Television Commission on Tuesday signed a memorandum of understanding with Korean film agencies, marking the first formal ties between Australian and Korean film sectors.

The agreement between the PFTC and the Gyeonggi Digital Contents Agency and Gyeonggi Film Commission aims to boost business opportunities and cultural exchanges between both states.

Queensland's Warner Roadshow Studios and Gyeonggi's proposed film cluster "Cineopolis" are part of the deal, which also includes agreements for Queensland film students to work on Korean film sets.
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