Launched in October, the rebate has received forty-one applications, four of which secured top tier 45% grants.
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Italian action TV series Task Force 45 will film scenes for two different episodes on location in Malta. The Mediterranean island nation has had a busy year, standing in for Libya in Michael Bay’s new Benghazi feature, while Luc Besson’s The Lake has used its water tank.
MediaCombo Productions is a service company founded by born and bred New Yorkers who have been shooting here for over 25 years. We know this city better than anyone else. COVID After a year of lockdown there’s pent up demand for media of all kinds, production is booming. Still, in spite of the lifting of […]
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.
On the 5th of July, 2021, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and the Kingdom of Belgium, and with the support of the Royal Film Commission – Jordan (RFC) and the Embassy of Belgium in Amman, Jordan signed an audiovisual co-production agreement with the Government of Flanders in Belgium for five years.
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.
Rian Johnson’s created and directed Knives Out 2 swaps Massachusetts for sunny Greece in mystery sequel. Greece is experiencing one of its busiest summer seasons to date with over 18 large projects taking advantage of the 40% cash rebate.
The review will set the direction for travel for future growth to ensure the sector continues to be world-leading. The focus of the review is film and high-end television production, reflecting the commonality of job roles as well as the skills needs of emerging technology such as virtual production.
The Amber Spyglass, the third and final novel in Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials trilogy has been adapted into an eight-part series for the BBC and HBO. Like the two previous series, production is based at Wolf Studios Wales.
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.