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Logotype of the institute.
|Founded||24 March 2018|
|Founder||Ivan of Lamburg|
|Headquarters||Persenburg, Ruthenia, Karnia-Ruthenia|
Number of locations
|Products||Motion pictures, television and internet advertising.|
|Services||Motion picture funding, video editing and script doctoring.|
|Parent||Ministry of Culture|
The Persenfilm is a Karno-Ruthenian film organization that educates filmmakers and honors the heritage of the motion picture arts in the Empire. The Persenfilm was founded by Ivan, Duke of Lamburg to establish a national arts organization to preserve the legacy of national film heritage, educate the next generation of filmmakers, and honor the artists and their work, also producing their own movies and videos.
Persenfilm Chairmen[edit | edit source]
- Ivan, Duke of Lamburg - (2018– )
Productions[edit | edit source]
The first slate of productions for Persenfilm from 2019 to 2021 was released on 12 April 2019. It was approved for production two documentaries (La Malaise and Exploding, Plastic, Inevitable! - The Presidency of Dionysus Rodrigues-Lobo), two short films (Sword & Stone and The Eye) and a feature film (The Man Called Orfeu Villa).