Australian Delegation to Bollywood – India

The Australia India Business Council and its chapter on films - Australia India Film, Arts, Media and Entertainment (FAME) Council are pleased to support a comprehensive Australian film and media dele
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The Indian film industry largely known as Bollywood is the largest in the world, producing over 800 films per annum, across 32 different languages. The global commercial success of Indian cinema – and films with India in it – have attracted foreign investors including those from the US, UK and Australia.

The volume of business between the Australian and Indian film industries has grown strongly in the past few years and not only are Indian filmmakers coming to Australia, but a greater number of Australians are successfully working in the Indian film industry in both Australia and India. There are also a number of Australian films with Indian connections in different development stages and with investment from various state and national film bodies.

The Australia India Business Council and its chapter on films – Australia India Film, Arts, Media and Entertainment (FAME) Council are pleased to support a comprehensive Australian film and media delegation to India to participate in FRAMES 2004, the biggest annual event for international players interested in the Indian entertainment sector.

FRAMES 2004 will be held in Mumbai between 15-17 March 2004 and is a key networking event for anyone doing business with, or considering doing business with, the Indian film industry. This year the Conference has a special session on “Doing Business with Australia”.

Organisers of the Australian delegation to FRAMES 2004, films and casting TEMPLE, invite expressions of interest from Australian film professionals, media personnel and organisations who would like to:

1) be a part of this delegation;

2) participate in the “Australian Stall”; and/or

3) speak at a session on “Doing Business with Australia” (highlighting key issues/benefits/concessions/rebates for the Indian film industry considering doing business in Australian states).

Places in this delegation and the “Australian Stall” at the film market, are limited. Please contact films and casting TEMPLE immediately if you wish to participate in the delegation to FRAMES.

Participation in the Australian Film Delegation to FRAMES 2004 includes:

? Participation in the prestigious FRAMES 2004 conference in Mumbai on 15th, 16th, and 17th of March 2004.

? Participation in the film market at FRAMES 2004.

? High end networking opportunities with Indian film makers through various invitation-only cocktail and dinner evening as a part of Frames 2004

? Australia-specific seminars in Delhi and Mumbai for the Indian film and media industry. You will have an opportunity to market your services/organization through the platform of such industry specific seminars.

? Invitation only dinner with 25 of the leading decision makers in the Indian film industry, exclusively for the delegation.

? Space in “The Australian Stall” at the film market.

? Access to the Indian film, media, and TVC Database.

? Studio tours and visit to Indian film sets.

? Location surveys and information about filming in India.

? One to one meetings with various producers organized at special request.

? All areas of film, TV, and TVC will be covered including production, post production, financing, legal, casting, stunts & safety, education & training, locations etc.


Ms. Rebecca Williams – Delegation Coordinator

films and casting TEMPLE

Suite 109, Building 17 Fox Studios

Driver Avenue, Moore Park 1363 NSW
Phone: 61 2 93834150

Fax: 61 2 93574510


1. The proposed activities can be changed at the discretion of the organisers.

2. AIBC and Australia India FAME Council support the delegation, but do not take responsibility for the services provided during FRAMES 2004 and the delegation visit.

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