The German government on Thursday announced that it was increasing this year's budget for the German Federal Film Fund (DFFF) from €50 million ($53.4 million) to €75 million ($80 million). The DFFF…
Germany's well-earned reputation as one of the world's leading co-production countries continues to attract international projects despite growing competition from neighboring European states.
The German Federal Film Fund (DFFF) film subsidy has given visual effects a seat at the incentives table for the next three-year cycle beginning 2013. Effects work done in Germany will qualify for…
European funding may get easier for big U.S. productions.
While movie industries around the world have been hit hard by the economic downturn, German filmmakers have been largely oblivious to credit crunches and shrinking equity.
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