EN 15907 Country of Reference

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Definition from the standard

An element used for describing the geographic origin of a cinematographic work. Wherever known and applicable, this should be the country or countries where the production facilities are located. Multinational productions will typically have more than one country of reference, including those with Agents that were not directly involved in the creation of the cinematographic work (e.g. entities that have contributed financial resources). If production information is missing, this element may refer to countries where the cinematographic work was filmed or distributed, or where copies are known to exist in archives.

Data model


1..n for Cinematographic Work




Country (1..n). Type: Region

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