Demi Moore’s Corporate Animals now filming in New Mexico
Production is now underway for Corporate Animals, the latest project from Director Patrick Brice (The Overnight), with scenes being shot on location in Santa Fe and Abiquiu, New Mexico.
Director of the New Mexico Film Office, Nick Maniatis states: “I'm proud to welcome another great independent feature to New Mexico. New Mexico's deep base of talent, infrastructure and our strong incentives continue to help us attract independent films to New Mexico.”
Roughly 100 local crew members will be employed throughout the production, alongside two New Mexico actors and 60 New Mexico background talent. Filming is expected to continue until early-July.
Produced by Keith Calder and Jessica Calder, the film will star Demi Moore as Lucy, the CEO of a cutlery company who unwittingly leads her staff into disaster during a team-building weekend. Additional cast members include Ed Helms, Jessica Williams and Nasim Pedrad.
New Mexico’s production industry is propelled by one of the most competitive financial incentive’s on the market. With no minimum spend or budget required, productions of all sizes can receive a 25% refundable tax credit to curb their expenditure within the state. The incentive is also one of the few worldwide that extends to commercial productions.
Elsewhere in the state, New Mexico is currently hosting production on the sequel to Ryan Coogler’s continuation of the Rocky franchise, Creed, this time directed by Steven Caple Jr.
TLG recently interviewed Todd Christensen for his work on 12 Strong, which filmed extensively throughout New Mexico and required strategic planning to film at a local missile range.
Global Filming Incentive - United States of America (see more…)
- North Miami Film Incentive
- Miami-Dade County Production Incentive Programme
- Kansas City Rebate Incentive
- Virginia Motion Picture Tax Credit
- Wyoming: Film Industry Financial Incentive (FIFI) Program
- West Virginia Film Industry Investment Act
- Washington DC: Rebates
- The Washington Motion Picture Competitiveness Programme
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