Boasting scenic volcanoes, over 500 waterfalls, 64 churches and postcard-worthy beaches — not to mention a gritty industrial zone — Guadeloupe is quickly becoming the most popular shooting location…
Scout & About: Puerto Rico 2012
Aggressive incentives plan provides support for crew and stars alike
Filmmakers who've worked on tropical locations caution that crews tend to observe "island time," as if the overabundance of sun, surf, palm trees and umbrella-topped drinks has literally slowed their…
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Innovative ways of channeling coin have boosted island production
Diverse cultures, languages and landscapes vie for a piece of the global production biz.
British investment manager Nicola Horlick has unveiled Derby Street Films, aimed at filling a void in indie financing by providing development funds for films.
London-based sales outfit Salt has secured a raft of pre-sales on Adam Brody and Jean-Claude Van Damme starrer "Welcome to the Jungle."
Puerto Rico isn't the only island location courting Hollywood productions. Here's a look at the facilities and incentives on offer from other attractive outposts: