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7. 

FFC stands for

[A]. Foreign Finance Corporation
[B]. Film Finance Corporation
[C]. Federation of Football Council
[D]. None of the above

Answer: Option B

Explanation:

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Satish Singh said: (Nov 7, 2010)  
Federation of Football Council

Mahendra Nitharwal said: (Nov 19, 2010)  
Film Finance Corporation Australia (FFC) was the Australian Government's principal agency for funding the production of film and television in Australia. Once a wholly owned government company, it was folded into a new agency, Screen Australia in 2008.

Punit said: (Dec 9, 2010)  
Thanks mahendra.

Deepak said: (Feb 11, 2011)  
Thank you very much Mahendra

Pradip said: (Feb 19, 2011)  
Thanks Mahendra for sharing ur knowledge.

Ragini said: (Feb 22, 2011)  
But here no any sentence after that so we can how to find the ans.

Payal said: (Apr 4, 2011)  
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Subhasis Bakshi said: (May 26, 2011)  
Thanks Mahendra for your beautiful explanation.

Jyoti Prasad said: (May 31, 2011)  
Thanks Mahendra you given good knowledge........

Rishi said: (Jul 3, 2011)  
thanks mahendra for given an exact idea

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Vinit Yadav said: (Jul 14, 2011)  
Thanx mahendra ji.

Shamashi said: (Aug 7, 2011)  
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James said: (Aug 8, 2011)  
Thanks mahendra

Pratyusha said: (Sep 4, 2011)  
Thanks mahendra for giving idea about FFC.

But I want more detailed explanation for that.

Gopal said: (Sep 11, 2011)  
Thanks mahendra for giving idea.

Avtar Singh Meena said: (Sep 13, 2011)  
Now it is called National Film Development corporation (NFDC) in India to promote excellency in cinema.

Sangeetha said: (Sep 13, 2011)  
Thanks Mahendra and Avtar Singh Meena.

Pushpa said: (Sep 15, 2011)  
Thanks Mahendra for your idea.

Ramesh said: (Sep 23, 2011)  
Thank you Mahendra

Yogendra said: (Dec 8, 2011)  
Thanks Mahendra

Ramana said: (Jan 7, 2012)  
Thank you for your explanation mahendra ji.

Anam said: (Jan 30, 2012)  
Thanks your good information, Mahendra.

Anandita said: (Feb 4, 2012)  
Thanks for this... Mahendra. :)

Padma said: (Feb 11, 2012)  
Thank you mahendra

Nagesh said: (Feb 29, 2012)  
Thanks Mahendra and Avtar Singh Meena

Narayan said: (Mar 8, 2012)  
Thanks a lot Mahendar and Avtar for wide explain.

Ch.Basavaraju said: (Mar 22, 2012)  
Thank you very much mahendar and avtar gi.

Kalyan said: (May 6, 2012)  
Thank you mahi.

Vikas said: (May 14, 2012)  
Thanks mahendra.

Rajesh said: (Aug 26, 2012)  
Film Finance Corporation Australia (FFC) was the Australian Government's principal agency for funding the production of film and television in Australia. Once a wholly owned government company, it was folded into a new agency, Screen Australia in 2008.

Since its establishment the FFC has invested in 1, 079 projects with a total production value of $2. 58 billion.

Sunny said: (Nov 14, 2012)  
Actually its not option c as its not Federation of Football Council its International Federation of Football Association and again as per option 'a' its again International finance corporation not foreign. So its 'b'.

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Rajesh Prajapati said: (May 6, 2013)  
FFC is also known as film finance corporation.

Ram said: (Aug 12, 2013)  
The Film Finance Corporation (FFC) was set up in 1960 and was renamed as National Film Development Corporation in 1975.

Aakash said: (Oct 17, 2013)  
Film finance corporation was the australian's agency for funding the production of film.

Divyajo said: (Jan 10, 2014)  
Is not film finance corporation. It is Foreign Finance Corporation.

Himanshu said: (Mar 6, 2014)  
But isn't all the above mentioned organisations real?! I mean don't they exist?

Ravi Singh said: (Mar 30, 2014)  
Film Finance Corporation Australia (FFC) was the Australian Government's principal agency for funding the production of film and television in Australia. Once a wholly owned government company, it was folded into a new agency, Screen Australia in 2008.

It was established in 1988, its inaugural chairman being Kim Williams. Since its establishment the FFC has invested in 1,079 projects with a total production value of $2.58 billion.

Overview:

The Australian government supports film and television production to ensure that Australians have the opportunity to make and watch their own screen stories. The FFC only funded projects with high levels of creative and technical contribution by Australians, or projects certified under Australia's Official Co-Production Program.

To support diversity, the FFC funded the most expensive program formats: feature films, mini-series, telemovies and documentaries. Cheaper formats such as current affairs, serial drama and 'infotainment' are fully financed by the market, whereas the more expensive formats would in many cases not be made without government assistance.

In May 2007, the Australian Government announced the creation of a new agency, Screen Australia, which will merge the Australian Film Commission, Film Australia and the FFC. Screen Australia started operating in July 2008, effectively replacing Film Finance Corporation Australia.

Abhijit Das said: (Jan 24, 2015)  
Is there any board like FFC in Australia, is available in India?

Irshad said: (Feb 21, 2015)  
The National Film Development Corporation of India (NFDC) based in Mumbai is the central agency established in 1975, to encourage high quality Indian cinema. It functions in areas of film financing, production and distribution and under Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India.

The primary goal of the NFDC is to plan, promote and organize an integrated and efficient development of the Indian film industry and foster excellence in cinema.

Yasheen Khan said: (May 31, 2015)  
The Australian government supports film and television production to ensure that Australians have the opportunity to make and watch their own screen stories. The FFC only funded projects with high levels of creative and technical contribution by Australians, or projects certified under Australia's Official Co-Production Program.

To support diversity, the FFC funded the most expensive program formats: feature films, mini-series, telemovies and documentaries. Cheaper formats such as current affairs, serial drama and 'infotainment' are fully financed by the market, whereas the more expensive formats would in many cases not be made without government assistance.

In May 2007, the Australian Government announced the creation of a new agency, Screen Australia, which will merge the Australian Film Commission, Film Australia and the FFC. Screen Australia started operating in July 2008, effectively replacing Film Finance Corporation Australia.

Krishna said: (Jul 1, 2015)  
Its film finance corporation which is an agency of Australia's government for the production of films.

Aemad Ali said: (Aug 12, 2015)  
Its a finance corporation.

Pooja said: (Aug 22, 2015)  
Well said sunny for your explanation of other options.

C. International Federation of Football Association.

A. International Finance Corporation.

Soham said: (Aug 25, 2015)  
Film finance corporation: Australia.

Hamza Saleem said: (Nov 3, 2015)  
Why film finance is the right option why not A is correct answer?

Hythyu said: (Nov 12, 2015)  
Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us.

Praveen said: (May 2, 2016)  
Film Finances would guarantee to the lenders that the contracted film would be delivered to the distributor and undertake to meet any over costs on the production.

Film Finances had the right to take over and finish the film.

In the 1960s Film Finances assumed an increasingly international dimension, as Hollywood companies began to pour money into UK and Europe-based production.

Prabhudatta said: (May 11, 2016)  
Thank you all for sharing the information and knowledge.

Pavan Kumar Reddy said: (Aug 18, 2016)  
@Mahendra.

Thanks for your explanation.

Ramachandra said: (Sep 13, 2016)  
Thanks, @Mahendra.

Wasif said: (Jan 2, 2017)  
FFC - Foreign Finance Corporation.

Koyla said: (Mar 18, 2017)  
Thanks for your explanation @Mahendra.

Vaishnavi said: (May 2, 2017)  
Thanks for the given info.

Ak Dahiya said: (May 3, 2017)  
Thanks @Mahendra.

Manish said: (May 22, 2017)  
In May 2007, the Australian Government announced the creation of a new agency, Screen Australia, which will merge the Australian Film Commission, Film Australia and the FFC. Screen Australia started operating in July 2008, effectively replacing Film Finance Corporation Australia.

Debabrata said: (Jun 27, 2017)  
Thanks for your explanation @Manish& @Mahendra.

Debabrata said: (Jun 27, 2017)  
Thanks to all for your discussion.

Ashish said: (Aug 12, 2017)  
FFC- Foreign Finance Corporation.

Chaitanyakumar said: (Aug 18, 2017)  
Thanks for giving this information.

Suman said: (Nov 6, 2017)  
I'm with option A, it's foreign financial corporation.

Prasad said: (Jan 2, 2018)  
Foreign Finance Corporation.

Sameee said: (Mar 18, 2018)  
It was established in 1975. Over the years, NFDC has provided a wide range of services essential to the growth of Indian cinema especially Indian parallel cinema in the 1970s and 80s. The NFDC (and its predecessor the Film Finance Corporation) has so far funded or produced over 300 films.

Gayatri said: (Apr 27, 2018)  
Thanks @Mahendra.

Aleena said: (Jun 4, 2018)  
Thanks @Mahendra.

Raja.S said: (Jun 20, 2018)  
Thanks all.

Aishu said: (Aug 8, 2018)  
Thank you everyone.

Prasanth said: (Sep 14, 2018)  
Thanks @Mahendra.

Santosh said: (Oct 9, 2018)  
Thanks all for explaining this.

Adithi said: (Oct 17, 2018)  
Thank you so much for giving information about it.

Sinjini Purkayastha said: (Oct 27, 2018)  
FFC also stands for Foreign Finance Corporation.

Jitendra Kumar said: (Jan 10, 2019)  
Clear explanation, Thank you @Mahendra.

Nitin said: (Feb 2, 2019)  
Please explain the remaining option.

Ganesh Naik said: (Mar 16, 2019)  
Thank you so much all for explaninng this.

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