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DILMA ROUSSEFF ACCORDS TAX FREE STATUS TO INDO BRAZILIAN CO-PRODUCTIONS
Argentinian soccer legend Diego Maradona's "hand of god" goal in 1986's infamous quarter-final between Argentina and England may well be the most controversial goal in World Cup history, but the Real Hand of God is propelling Brazil to go all out to promote film and football ties between India and Brazil.
Indo-Brazilian film productions will be tax free following a decree signed by Brazil's first female President Dilma Rousseff. That's not all.
Elaborating on the project, Luis Henrique Severiano Riberio Baez, producer of "Mario Filho:The Creator of Crowds" said that this would be part of "a series of exchanges between Brazil, Goa and India."
Roubio whose film decodes the soccer identity in Argentina and which sociocultural elements define it,asserts "football brings people together. Football is being spread by globalisation."
For those who came in late, a special package called “Soccer in Cinema " is being screened for the first time ever at IFFI ) venue: the Campal Football Grounds) giving Goans (and IFFI delegates) an intimate look into a beloved sport that reverberates far beyond the pitch."
The segment's showcase includes More Than Just a Game (South Africa) and Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait (France) A Barefoot Dream (South Korea) - directed by Kim Tae-gyun and Foot of God (Italy) directed by Louis Sardiello and The Best Women in the World (Germany) -directed by Britta Becker.
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