The scoop: Locations, locations, locations. Plus assistance from the Vienna Film Fund -- E8 million ($10.7 million) distributed annually to films with Austrian co-producers -- and the Austrian film…
The scoop: It's cheap, has internationally experienced crews plus big studios and is loaded with landscapes.
PRODUCTION INCENTIVES:Austria has added national and regional film funding initiatives in recent years. The Austrian Film Institute and the Vienna Film Fund are the first stops for production funds…
PRODUCTION INCENTIVES: With Brian De Palma’s Bulgarian-shot “Black Dahlia” shining the spotlight on the country’s film services industry, policymakers are beginning discussions on film incentives to…
PRODUCTION INCENTIVES:Despite seeing the Czech Republic rise to world prominence as a film location, the government has refused to consider incentives to keep the industry competitive — until now…
PRODUCTION INCENTIVES:With foreign film services still lagging as local producers put their emphasis on local production, Poland has yet to introduce film incentives. Instead, producers have relied…
PRODUCTION INCENTIVES: Trying to build on the publicity from 2003’s “Cold Mountain” shoot, the Romanian Parliament is working on a 16% rebate for foreign film production. Recent films took advantage…
A list of available tax credits and facilities for the following countries: Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Ireland, Malta, Romania, South Africa, U.K.
Foreign filmmakers can tap the VAT refund, which can equal as much as 19% and take advantage of no fringe payments (payroll taxes, insurance, social security taxes, etc.) on crews and actors.
Distributes S9.5 million ($11.7 million) annually to Austrian films and co-productions; excludes TV films.
Parliament recently passed a film law establishing the Institute of Film Art, with an annual fund of S24 million ($29 million) for preparation, production and promotion of new films.