The project, led by journalists Alicia Calderon and Griselda Torres, has received financial and promotional support from the Instituto Mexicano de Cinematografia (IMCINE).
What does IMCINE stand for?
IMCINE stands for Instituto Mexicano de Cinematografia (Mexican Film Institute)
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Thanks in large part to the proactive policies of the Instituto Mexicano de Cinematografia (IMCINE), which offered increased support for independent filmmaking, things were changing by the end of the decade.
Among the agencies that the president had included in this list were the government-run news agency Notimex, the salt processor Exportadora de Sal Guerrero Negro (ESSA), the Instituto Mexicano de Cinematografia (IMCINE), and the Churubusco film studio (see SourceMex, 2003-11-19).