India can further enhance its position as a shooting destination for foreign productions and boosting tourism and the local economy, according to a new report. "Made in India: Attracting and incentivizing film productions" was presented by the LA-India Film Council and consulting firm Ernst and Young.
The LA India Film Council was established in 2010 by a joint declaration between the City of Los Angeles and partners in the Indian film industry along with U.S. film industry bodies to increase cooperation between Hollywood and Bollywood.

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The report was unveiled recently in New Delhi at the Big Picture Summit organized by the Confederation of Indian Industry's entertainment wing.

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The LA India Film Council continues to provide new platforms to foster knowledge exchange and partnerships between stakeholders in the U.S and the Indian media and entertainment industries. The Council has previously released two pertinent reports on the subject.
The Roadmap for Single Window Clearance for Film Production in India – A Prelude

Film Industry in India – New Horizons

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