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Icelandic government confirms new funding for film

After cutting public funding of Icelandic cinema by 35% in the last two years, due to the financial crisis, the Icelandic Ministries of Culture and Finance have now signed a new agreement with the industry outlining a 62% increase of state support from now till 2015, when it will amount to $5.7 million (ISK 700 million).

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