16 years after the first Government announcement of a National Film Policy, a serious attempt at creating one is finally underway. Malcolm Scerri-Ferrante writes about how the financial incentives for foreign producers and the engagement of local crews may be affected by new policies.
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The Netherlands Film Production Incentive, which was established to provide a financial incentive for productions shooting on location in the country, will be extended for the 2017-2020 funding cycle.
Filming in the pursuit of gross national happiness in Bhutan with Tenzin Gyeltshen of the Bhutan National Film Commission
The National Film Commission of Bhutan was formed in 2019 to support the country’s emerging film sector. TLG speaks to Tenzin Gyeltshen, Programme Officer at the National Film Commission of Bhutan.
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.
February saw a late month surge in production, with series including All American (CW), American Crime Impeachment Story (FX), Dear White People (Netflix), This is Us (NBC) and You (Lifetime) all recently starting or resuming production.
New industry action to tackle bullying, harassment and racism in the workplace provides resources to employees, freelancers and employers. For employers the BFI and BAFTA provide a new Action List for the film and television industry. The Film and TV Charity have also launched a suite of bullying support services for immediate support to employees […]
We Are UK Film, the umbrella for the UK’s film national and regional agencies, producers and sales companies are exhibiting at FOCUS for the first time. We Are UK Film will also have a presence throughout the packed content programme with experts appearing in various sessions.
Former Head of New Zealand’s Film Otago Southland Selected to Lead Association of Film Commissioners International
Amazon Prime war crime drama Hunters and Disney+ historical drama The Right Stuff are the latest TV series that have relocated to California thanks to the Film & Television Tax Credit Programme 3.0 that provides a 25% non-transferable tax credit to relocating television series.