The plan entitled “Spain: Europe’s Audiovisual Hub” is set to receive public investment of more than EUR1.6 billion euros by 2025. Access to funding and tax incentives will see some of the most investment, alongside skills and administrative improvements.
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A new 25% refundable tax credit builds on Iceland’s reputation for film scoring, talent and studio facilities. Reimbursements are offered for recording costs for music incurred in Iceland and complements the existing 25% credit for film production.
CBS have announced Hawaii Five-0 will end after a ten series run with a two-hour special airing in April. The series has filmed two-hundred-and-forty episodes in the Hawaii since 2010.
The new incentive will be available to foreign producers, and an additional 5% rebate will be available if the project satisfies addition criteria, such as being based on Ukrainian literary IP.
Producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson and director Cary Joji Fukunaga have announced that on location shoots will take place in Norway, Jamaica, London and Italy for the as yet untitled Bond 25.
The new scheme surpasses the previous incentive by five percent and will apply to features and TV series.
The European Commission has approved the increase of Hungary’s tax incentive to 30%. The tax incentive is available for film productions shooting in Hungary. The scheme has also been extended until the end of 2024.
Malcolm Scerri-Ferrante’s career as a Line Producer and Production Manager spans 25 years, several countries and big-name projects including the recent remake of Papillon. TLG sat down with Malcolm to discuss his work and the many incredible anecdotes he’s accumulated along the way.
Serbia now offers a 25% cash rebate and an expanded annual budget of EUR6.7 million, double the previous amount that was afforded to the incentive. With the increase comes a change to the criteria for television shows, which are now required to meet a minimum spend per-episode of EUR100,000 to qualify.
The eagerly awaited revival of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks premiered last night at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival, marking the Director’s first entry in the franchise since the 1992 feature film, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me.