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Cherokee Nation Film Office reveals USA’s first incentive initiative for tribal filmmaking

The Cherokee Nation Film Office (CNFO) will soon become the first tribal film office in the USA to offer a film incentive programme. The Cherokee Nation Film Incentive is set to provide up to USD1 million for productions filmed within the Cherokee Nation’s 14-county reserve. The incentive also offers increased funding if project employ Native […]

New Jersey governor boosts film tax credit scheme

New Jersey’s tax incentive programme is set to expand under the stewardship of governor Phil Murphy. The new legislation will increase the state’s support cap from USD10 million to USD30 million. The scheme also promises to augment the state’s entire production tax incentive programme by an additional USD100 million over the next few years. These […]

France’s infrastructure boost generates private investment worth EUR160 million

France’s Centre National du Cinema (CNC) launched an ambitious funding initiative in July 2021. Buoyed by the global popularity of works such Lupin and Emily in Paris on Netflix, the Gallic national film body invested approximately EUR10 million into eight studios and 12 digital facilities. An estimated EUR160 million in private investment has since been […]

Saudi Film Commission unveils new tax incentives

The Saudi Film Commission has announced details of its film incentives package. Speaking at the Red Sea International Film Festival, the organisation revealed that a cash rebate will be made available. The incentives are expected to equate up to 40% of qualifying costs for documentaries, animations and feature length projects filmed in the kingdom, creating […]

UK screen tax reliefs spark record-breaking investment returns

An independent report has recorded the highest ever return on investment as a result of UK screen tax reliefs. Between 2017 and 2019, the UK economy was boosted by GBP13.48 billion thanks to government schemes tailored to the screen industries. The in-depth triennial report – titled Screen Business – details record-breaking levels of production and […]

New CEO will lead Screen Yorkshire in January 2022

Screen Yorkshire has appointed Caroline Cooper Charles as its new Chief Executive Officer. She will replace Sally Joynson, who is retiring after 16 years at the helm of the business. On 1st January 2022, Caroline will move from her current position as Screen Yorkshire’s Head of Creative – where she oversees the company’s talent development […]

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