The film industry based in Netherlands is relatively small, and there is a little international market for Dutch films, almost all films rely on state funding. This funding can be achieved through several sources, for instance through the Netherlands Film Fund or the public broadcast networks. In recent years the Dutch Government has established several tax shelters for private investments in Dutch films.
In 2000 the total revenue coming from box office results in the Netherlands was €128.5 million; Dutch films had a share of 5.5%, which is €7.1 million. In 2006 the total revenue was €155.9 million; Dutch films had a share of 11.5%, which is €17.4 million.
Talking to the film persons in Amsterdam, Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios offered joint venture for production of documentaries and short film in India.” Dutch directors can be with us their script and we will provide them complete infrastructure for film making” Marwah said enthusiastically.
Marwah Studios is the biggest film making network of North India and producers of largest number of short films in the World.