GREECE (Hellenic Republic)

Member State of the European Union (EU)


Though the English and French versions of the Agreement specify that coproduction applications must be made simultaneously to both administrations at least thirty (30) days before shooting begins, the Greek version of the Agreement specifies that applications must be made at least sixty (60) days before shooting begins. (Annex to the Agreement)

Consequently, and until further notice, we recommend that applications be made to the two competent authorities at least sixty (60) days before shooting begins.

Signed December 15, 1997

Film & Television

Minimum Participation
Bipartite: 20%
Multipartite: 20%

French or English dubbing or subtitling must be done in one of the two coproducing countries.

Article VII:  “The dubbing or subtitling of each co-production into English and French, or into Greek shall be carried out respectively in Canada or in the Hellenic Republic. Any departures from this principle must be approved by the competent authorities of both countries.”

Location shooting, exterior or interior, in a third-party country, if the script or action so requires and if technicians from the coproducing countries take part in the shooting.

Participation of third-party performers, should the coproduction so require, subject to approval by the competent authorities.

Lab work in a third-party country if technically impossible in the coproducing countries, and subject to the approval of the competent authorities.

At least 90% of the photographs included in a coproduction film shall be specially shot for that film.

Official text of the Canada-Greece Treaty (23 K)