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…
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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.
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…
France and China, two of the world's biggest film powers and markets, look to be moving closer, however halting and complex the entente may be.
Speed and flexibility have emerged as the key components to producing successful feature films in today's world, said speakers at the Intl. Film Finance Forum presented by Winston Baker in…
Producer Bruno Wu, in Cannes briefly to announce an English-language remake of John Woo's 1989 "The Killer," said that within the next decade every film made in Hollywood will be factoring in its…
A good, old-fashioned war movie with spectacular action, a cast of thousands and a decent love story holding it all together.
Michelle Monaghan and Susan Sarandon will star in thriller "Still of the Night" with Jonathan Mostow directing from his own script and Exclusive Media financing and producing.
NFP has taken distribution rights in Germany and Austria to thriller "The Keeper of Lost Causes," and the three subsequent pics in the series.