Written by The Location Guide on May 6, 2020. Posted in General Interest

Advertorial: AProductions Is Your Guide Through Post-Quarantine Times & Spain´s New Tax Benefits!

Advertorial: AProductions has been providing support for film, photo and events for over a decade. Their headquarters are strategically located in Madrid, the capital and centre of the Iberian Peninsula, with satellite offices on each coast as well as the Canary Islands.

Aproductions are used to managing budgets of different scales and will realistically turn your brief into a reality while minding budget restrictions.

As of Monday the 11th of May permit offices will reopen allowing for filming in public locations!

Thanks to the APCP, new safety measures are in place to ensure productions go smoothly and all possible risks are avoided.

With unlimited sunshine, world renown hospitality and one of the best health care systems in the world Spain is here waiting for your next production.

Sarenza; Live your life with style, directed by Karim Ansel

Spain has recently become one of the most competitive countries in the international industry to shoot large-scale productions. Also, Barcelona will not charge for public permitting throughout the rest of the year!

Our tax rebates on the mainland have increased to 30% and 50% in the Canary Islands for the first million spent, while the cap is now 10 million euros ($10.9 million).

AProductions has an incredible roaster of tax accountants from PWC and Ernst &Young specialized in our sector. Together, they will hold your hand from the beginning of this fiscal process through to receiving the rebate back into your pocket!

They are here to help you navigate through these strange times and ensure the best possible final art is one to be proud of!

Some of their recent successes include:
· Sarenza; Live your life with style, directed by Karim Ansel
· Esprit; Advertising campaign, photography by Anouk Nitsche
· Master Chef Celebrity UK / BBC
· Canal + Mission really impossible, directed by Steve Rogers.

Canal +; Mission really impossible, directed by Steve Rogers.

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