Serbia remains one of the few European destinations to provide an incentive to TV commercials and advertising projects. The 20% TVC cash rebate has provided support to 150 projects in the previous five years.
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Since June, FilmL.A. has received 1,127 film permit applications from 829 different projects. The monthly application intake increased by nearly 40% in August.
WHY MAURITIUS? COVID-19 free since May 2020 40%. Film Incentive on FEATURE FILMS ABOVE & BELOW the LINE with no CAP, 30% Film Rebate on TV COMMERCIALS
The Spanish Government has seen fit to boost the cinematic potential of the Canary Islands by increasing the 35% tax rebate, available to foreign productions, to 40%. The overall cap on the amount that can be claimed via the rebate has been raised from EUR4.5 million to EUR5.4 million.
The Producers Alliance for Cinema and Television (PACT) has proposed that a 40% tax credit be introduced to curb declining rates of success with regards to the UK’s independent production industry.
ITV have announced that their London-based film studio, which has hosted television content for over 40 years, is set to close. The South Bank building, which also serves as ITV’s headquarters, will be redeveloped to expand its capabilities as an office while removing the studio space entirely.
Christchurch Hill in North-West London features as a major location in Robert Zemeckis’s war-time drama Allied, starring Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard. The production took over the London street in March 2016 before visiting Hampstead Heath and Blythe House in West Kensington.
International films that shoot in China will soon be able to access an incredible 40% rebate, jointly funded by Wang Jialin’s Dalia Wanda Group and the Qingdao regional Government. The rebate won’t apply on a national scale however, accessible only to productions that film at Wanda’s Movie Metropolis facility in Qingdao.
The film rebate scheme available in Mauritius has increased from the previous rate of 30% to 40%. The increase is designed to entice more international productions to film in the island nation, covering costs relating to transport, accommodation and production services amongst others.
New period comedy A Royal Night Out filmed on location in Hull in East Yorkshire, doubling the city for 1940s London. A fictional take on the events of Victory in Europe Day in 1945, the film tells a story of young princesses Elizabeth and Margaret quietly joining the mass celebrations.