A trio of Alaskan politicians are campaigning to extend the state’s existing filming incentives scheme beyond 2013. The current programme is only two years old but the various projects that have applied during that time could end up delivering more than USD100 million to the Alaskan economy.
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With South Africa well on the way to establishing itself as one of the world’s leading production hubs, newly-appointed Film Commissioner Denis Lillie has assumed the responsibility of forging the future of Cape Town’s wider film industry.
The Golden Age of Ukraine was over a thousand years ago, but the largest country in Europe’s topography and rich history have made it a playground for the world’s film crews in the last five years.