Hungary’s reputation as one of the top destinations for Hollywood film and TV drama shoots, including NBC’s “Dracula,” has been given extra bite after its 20% tax incentive for production was…
LONDON — The first co-productions to receive Latvia's recently launched national film tax rebate have been selected. Latvia's National Film Center approved four projects for the scheme, which…
The hits just keep on coming for Major League Baseball, with reports that several more big-name players will accept suspensions — with the most prominent rule-breaker being Yankees star Alex…
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The two small, photogenic Caribbean islands of Trinidad and Tobago offer a very competitive film rebate on a sliding scale: spend $100,000 to $499,999 and get a 12.5% rebate; spend $500,000 to…
PARIS–France is openings its arms even wider to Hollywood and other foreign shoots. After keeping the French industry on edge for over six months, the European Commission has finally greenlit a major…
France is coming off a year overshadowed by a lack of big-budget U.S. shoots. Despite this drought, Gallic player Luc Besson has managed to feed the pipeline of his 9-month-old brainchild, the Cite…
Gaul is set to amend its tax incentives to attract more film and TV productions and boost its ailing economy.
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…
Late last month, while Hungary was embroiled in do-or-die negotiations with the IMF, most of the talk from boardrooms to cafes concerned Bruce Willis, who arrived in the country for the latest "Die…
A growing number of Hollywood producers are taking a "trip" to France.
Serbia has upped the production ante in the Balkans by introducing a new 15% cash back incentive for foreign films shot in the country.