Uzbekistan became an official member of the International Film Commission Association (AFCI)

Uzbekistan became an official member of the International Film Commission Association (AFCI)

Uzbekistan became an official member of the International Film Commission Association (AFCI).

The National Pavilion of Uzbekistan, at the Marche du Film film market organized by the Youth Union of Uzbekistan and the State Tourism Development Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan, met the President of the International Association of Cinema Commission (AFCI).

AFCI President Jess Konoplia handed the membership certificate to the National Film Commission of Uzbekistan and now Uzbekistan the first in Central Asia became a member.

Membership in AFCI provides an opportunity to enter the database, where all world producers and companies will be able to discover Uzbekistan.

During the conversation discussed the possibilities of co-production and locations of Uzbekistan were presented.

Also now Uzbek filmmakers may attend to conferences and seminars in order to improve the work of the film commission.

AFCI is headquartered in Los Angeles, USA, and has more than 300 motion picture members around the world.

The National Film Commission of Uzbekistan, co-founded by the Union of Youth of Uzbekistan, was established in 2018 by order of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan.