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Czech Republic production incentives set for EUR12 million increase

Czech Republic production incentives set for EUR12 million increase

Written by Joe Jackson on Sep 27, 2021. Posted in Incentive News

The Czech Republic’s Culture Minister Lubomír Zaorálek has transferred an extra EUR12 million, or CZK300 million, to the State Cinematography Fund in an attempt to attract new film projects to the country.  Drawing from state budget reserves, the 2021 budget for national production incentives has now grown from EUR31.5 million to EUR43.5 million, or the equivalent of CZK800 million increasing to CZK1.1 billion.

Oklahoma Increases State Film and TV Incentives

Oklahoma Increases State Film and TV Incentives

Written by Shona Smith on Jun 7, 2021. Posted in Incentive News

The changes include an increase to the incentive cap and eligibility threshold and more than triples its annual budget. It have been designed to attract higher impact film and television productions to the state. Oklahoma is currently hosting Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon, its largest feature project to date.

California state tax credits receive extra USD30 million in 2021

California state tax credits receive extra USD30 million in 2021

Written by Shona Smith on May 17, 2021. Posted in Incentive News

California state governor Gavin Newsom has announced a USD30 million boost to the film and television tax credits as part of a USD100 billion "California Roars Back Plan". The funding is thanks to California's USD100 billion budget surplus. Housing, drought and water infrastructure are other areas the plan is tackling with large financial investment.

2020 was a milestone year for Greek Cash Rebate Programme

2020 was a milestone year for Greek Cash Rebate Programme

Written by Shona Smith on Apr 19, 2021. Posted in Incentive News

The Greek Cash Rebate programme was revised to 40% of eligible expenses in 2020. The new legislature also adopted a new selection criteria making it more competitive. The National Centre of Audiovisual Media and Communication – EKOME say that to date, the total investment from supported productions has been EUR127 million.

Coen Brothers, Witherspoon and Longoria projects among 22 selected for California Film & TV Tax Credit Program

Coen Brothers, Witherspoon and Longoria projects among 22 selected for California Film & TV Tax Credit Program

Written by Shona Smith on Mar 1, 2021. Posted in Incentive News

The golden state will double for Afghanistan, Mexico, China and other locales across the twenty-two selected projects and more than forty percent of the filming days are planned outside of the L.A. 30-Mile Zone. Jason Bateman produced and directed Netflix feature Here Comes the Flood has the highest tax credit allocation at USD13,777,000. 

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