India is an astounding, ever-changing, chaotic melting pot of ideas, religions, landscapes and history that contribute to its mind-boggling diversity. Perhaps this is why so many creative minds have been attracted to the sub-continent over the years?
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Why is the UK’s production industry going from strength to strength in the face of economic uncertainty? TLG spoke to industry experts to find out
According to the Office for National Statistics, the UK’s production industry grew by 16.4% in 2016’s third quarter despite economic uncertainty brought about by the EU referendum. This was notably higher than any other services sector in the country during the same period. As fantastic as this statistic is, it won’t be particularly surprising to […]
The BBC has announced that all of its television output will now be monitored by the Albert carbon calculator to improve sustainability measures during production. Initially created by the BBC, Albert’s sustainability methods have been adopted by companies including Channel 4, Warner Bros. and Sky.
New York City is home to some of the largest and well-known museums in the world. Who hasn’t heard of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET), the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) or the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH)?
Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant has laid out his intention to allow the state’s film incentive programme to sunset in 2017. Bryant’s proposed budget for the 2018 fiscal year which begins July 1st, brings the investment of the state incentive into question and criticises its long-term value.
Ahead of the AFCI Locations Show, The Location Guide will be dedicating its news section from April 11th to 15th entirely to articles about filming in the West Coast of America. Kicking the week off is an exclusive interview with Paul Audley, the President of FilmL.A., Inc.
The Portuguese authorities have announced plans to introduce the country’s first formal film incentives programme. The 2016 state budget has permitted the implementation of an incentives system that will cater to productions that incur a minimum eligible expenditure of EUR1 million.
An agreement has been reached between the Chilean Production Companies Association and the Chilean Talent Agencies Association to bring an end to mandatory buyouts for any future productions hoping to hire regional talent within Chile.
The Vancouver Island South (VIS) Film and Media Commission (also known as the Greater Victoria Film Commission), has had its funding cut after the city’s councillors voted on an alteration to the Strategic Planning Grant policy currently in place.
The mayor of Santa Fe, Javier Gonzales has expressed his interest in developing a film commission for the capital of New Mexico in a bid to draw the attention of high budget productions. According to Gonzales it would take an estimated USD50,000 to establish a new film commission.