It is part of the company’s campaign to foster co-production opportunities between Canada and China.
Veteran agent Walter Morgan has been appointed to the newly created post of vice president of Canadian entertainment company The Nakamura Group Advantage (TGNA) West Coast.
Morgan will be in charge of packaging and agent relations, structuring domestic distribution and sourcing equity investments.
The appointment comes as TNGA launches a campaign to foster co-production opportunities between Canada and China, a growing film hub.
“The benefits of a Canada-China bi-lateral treaty co-production is quite obvious. The production will be deemed a Chinese production by the competent authority in China thus exempted from the restrictive importation quota which only allows 20 foreign films into China per year,” said TGNA’s CEO KenNakaramura.
TNGA has already established strategic working relationships with Banana Films (Belgium), Delux Production SA (Luxembourg) and SEVEN24 Films, (Calgary, Alberta).