The Anica conference was held on March 29th “The factory of images stops” attended by the most important exponents of the Italian film industry including the Minister of Culture Dario Franceschini who spoke of the concrete possibility that even in Italy i films arrive in streaming after 90 days in theaters.
Also in Italy films in streaming after 90 days at the cinema?
The Minister of Culture Dario Franceschini Anica closed the conference “The factory of images stops” in which the state of the art of the Italian film industry after two years of pandemic was taken stock pointing out the strategic nature of the sector for the restart of our country:
Italy is the state that has put in the absolute largest figure of all the national resilience plans: 7 billion for the world of culture. A very strong investment has been made in cinema and audiovisual which will last several years. Thus, the Italian attractiveness, the beauty of the country and the knowledge of the professions linked to cinema meet with fiscal policies (such as tax credit) and the passage from the 150 million euros allocated in 2014 to the 750 in 2022 that are attracting large investments. Cinema and audiovisual are among the main sectors that will drive Italian industrial growth.
Specifically, the Minister spoke about an aspect that has become very important in recent years, namely the passage of streaming movies clarifying how a decree has been in force since 2019 which provides for a 90-day window between theaters and streaming and television platforms for all those films that have received public contributions. Now, Franceschini continues, work is underway, in a similar way to what was done in France, to extend this rule to all Italian and foreign films, with or without contribution, so that they arrive in streaming only after 90 days at the cinema.
Source: Tom's Hardware by www.tomshw.it.
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