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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.
The deadline for sending in applications for the Young Director Award 2016 has now been extended from the original date of May 15th, to May 22nd. This alteration will provide contestants with a chance to further assess their final pieces before submission and entice other candidates who couldn’t make the original deadline to apply.
The Taiwanese government will inject USD228 million into its film industry over the next five years.
The Malta Film Commission on Saturday announced its revised financial incentives for film and TV productions shooting on the island.
TLG speaks to Orgil Makhaan, president of the Mongolian National Film Commission about Mongolia’s production sector, locations and the new 30% filming incentive.
Set in Taiwan’s Sun Moon Lake region the drama-romance couldn’t fake Taiwan’s stunning scenery. Despite Covid-19 disruption pre-production is underway for a three-week shoot in August.
Sheridan Smith (Cilla, The Huntsman: Winters War) stars in the event drama from ITV and Red Production Company. The four-part drama will film in Spain which doubles for Turkey, Bolton and Manchester.
Gail Morgan, Film Commissioner for the Destin-Fort Walton Beach Film Commission has been re-elected President of Film Florida. The state-wide not-for-profit entertainment production trade association serves a leadership role in Florida’s film, TV, production and digital media/tech industry.
Nova Scotia government is adding CAD23.6 million to the Nova Scotia Film and Television Production Incentive Fund, nearly doubling the size to CAD48.6 million. Some of the major productions currently shooting in Nova Scotia is drama anthology The Sinner, Canadian legal drama Diggstown.
Independent TV production company Hartswood Films (Dracula, Sherlock) are the first to use the brand new Farnborough Studio developed by Stage Fifty. The two soundstages will house dramas The Devils’ Hour for Amazon Studios and Inside Man for BBC and Netflix.