The Uzbekkino National Agency in order to further support young filmmakers in the Year of Supporting Youth and Strengthening the Health of the Population, creating an atmosphere of creative competition among youth, reflecting the changes taking place in the new Uzbekistan, new ideas and views, published a list of priority topics for preparation in 2021 on the basis of a state social grant for fiction, documentary, cartoon, short and humorous film magazines, social videos and television series.
From 19 to 24 February, performances and a ballet with audio accompaniment will be held in Tashkent with the participation of the Russian actress and commentator of the highest category Irina Bezrukova.
Objects of state property in the field of culture and art will be transferred on the basis of a public-private partnership.
The Government adopted the Resolution “On approval of the list of objects of state property in the field of culture and art, transferred on the basis of public-private partnership” (№ 30, January 20, 2021).
Belarus and Uzbekistan plan to start three joint film projects in 2021. Director General of the National Film Studio "Belarusfilm" Vladimir Karachevsky told about this after negotiations with representatives of the National Agency "Uzbekkino" and film studios of Uzbekistan, BelTA has learned.
Pitching will be introduced in Uzbekistan to support film projects of young filmmakers.
A premiere of the feature film "I am not a terrorist", filmed by the Uzbekkino National Agency in cooperation with the Mir Ali cinema and Iskandariy visual film companies, with the support of the State Security Service of the Republic of Uzbekistan, took place.
Within the framework of the "Week of National Cinema of Uzbekistan", the big premiere of the film "Sumbul", filmed by "Bukhorilar" LLC together with "Uzbekkino" and "Tatarkino", took place.
On 11-16 January 2020, the "Week of Uzbek National Cinema" will be organized at the Palace of Youth Creativity within the framework of the month "New Uzbekistan and National Cinematography".
On 6 January, the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Uzbekistan hosted an official ceremony of signing a declaration of intent in cooperation between France and Uzbekistan on creating long-term partnerships between the two countries in the field of education, research and culture.