Boost­ing the Na­tional Film In­dus­try

Uzbekistan Today (English) - - CULTURE AND ARTS -

The govern­ment of Uzbek­istan in­tends to re­or­ga­nize JSC Uzbek­film, as well as the film stu­dio of pop­u­lar sci­ence and doc­u­men­taries.

Th­ese mea­sures are stip­u­lated by the res­o­lu­tion on mea­sures to im­prove the ac­tiv­ity of cin­e­matog­ra­phy fa­cil­i­ties of the Na­tional Agency Uzbekkino.

The doc­u­ment pro­poses to re­or­ga­nize the joint stock com­pany Uzbek­film and the lim­ited li­a­bil­ity com­pany «Film Stu­dio of pop­u­lar sci­ence and doc­u­men­tary films» by trans­form­ing them into state uni­tary en­ter­prises within the frame­work es­tab­lished by law. The last or­ga­ni­za­tion will be re­named the «Doc­u­men­tary Film Stu­dio». In ad­di­tion, the govern­ment pro­poses to cre­ate a state uni­tary en­ter­prise «An­i­mated Film Stu­dio» with its place­ment in the build­ing of the for­mer film pro­cess­ing work­shop Uzbek­film and set­ting a zero rent rate.

It should be re­minded that in the next five years, Uzbek­istan in­tends to sig­nif­i­cantly in­crease the vol­ume of film pro­duc­tion.

In 2018, the state plans to fi­nance the shoot­ing of 20 ful­l­length mo­tion pic­tures, and 30 films an­nu­ally from 2020 on.

Next year, the State Bud­get will al­lo­cate funds for the cre­ation of 20 parts of doc­u­men­tary, pop­u­lar sci­ence, ed­u­ca­tional and me­thod­i­cal films, film al­manacs, news­reels, in 2019 - 25 and from 2020 - 30. The car­toon will not be left aside - in 2018 the state will pay for pro­duc­tion

15 car­toons, and from 2022 - 50 an­nu­ally.

At the same time, it is im­por­tant that the com­pul­sory cre­ation of short films and chil­dren's hu­mor­ous news­reels with a to­tal vol­ume of 10 hours, taken by young peo­ple, takes place on a sep­a­rate line.

Un­der th­ese vol­umes, the cre­ation of a state-of-the-art film pro­duc­tion com­plex at the op­er­at­ing base of the Na­tional Agency Uzbekkino was started in Tashkent.

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