The Irish film industry has been relatively insulated from the country's drastic austerity program designed to alleviate its national debt crisis.
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The U.K.'s film tax credit, introduced in 2006, has been confirmed until at least the end of 2015. It delivered a record $320 million to producers last year, with the vast majority going to Hollywood…
Despite the rocky local economy, Italy's generous tax credits for foreign productions offering up to 25% of a pic's budget, capped at $6.5 million, are still in place.
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With a budget of €20 million ($26 million), Austria's FISA fund has backed 38 feature and documentary film productions since its launch in mid-2010.
The Mediterranean isle of Malta, offering some of Europe's most alluring incentives and the world's largest marine filming tanks, has long been a hotspot for Hollywood tentpoles such as, most…
There are no tax incentives in Bulgaria, but this year's $8 million or public funding includes $6.5 million earmarked for production subsidies with about $1.3 million tagged for supporting minority…
Norway, which produces nearly 30 feature films a year, provides $92 million a year in funding for the local film biz, administered by the Norwegian Film Institute.
The technical standards and talent at Czech facilities have been a big draw in Central Europe for decades, and major upgrades can usually be found in better integration of production with vfx and…
Poland's efficient and effective system of film industry support, the revolving fund managed by the Polish Film Institute (PFI), continues to ensure a steady stream local movies and international…
The Danish government's support for the film biz for 2011-14 totals DKK 2.1 billion ($374 million), with up to 50% devoted to development and production.
Economic hard times have seen a collapse in public funding for film in recent years, with the national cinema fund slashed from about $14 million five years ago to between $8 million and $9 million…