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Fiji

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PRODUCTION INCENTIVES:Fiji has become one of the go-to destinations for exotic shoots. Fiji’s audio-visual tax credit offers a 15% rebate to pics that spend at least 35% of their total budget on the…

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Nordic Region

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PRODUCTION INCENTIVES:Iceland and Norway are the most active territories in terms of offering production incentives to foreign co-producers. In Iceland, following a successful six-year trial period…

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France

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PRODUCTION INCENTIVES:In France, the word for tax breaks and subsidies is co-production. A French partner is necessary to tap Gallic coffers, although one regional film commission, Ile-de-France, has…

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Poland

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PRODUCTION INCENTIVES:With foreign film services still lagging as local producers put their emphasis on local production, Poland has yet to introduce film incentives. Instead, producers have relied…

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Germany

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PRODUCTION INCENTIVES: German Federal Filmboard (FFA): The country’s biggest film subsidy org grants financing in the form of conditionally repayable, interest-fee loans of between $320,000 and $1.27…

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Romania

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PRODUCTION INCENTIVES: Trying to build on the publicity from 2003’s “Cold Mountain” shoot, the Romanian Parliament is working on a 16% rebate for foreign film production. Recent films took advantage…

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Australia

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PRODUCTION INCENTIVES:A broad-ranging review published in October will likely lead to some changes to existing federal incentives in Australia. That said, the various state government plans, which…

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Hong Kong

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PRODUCTION INCENTIVES:Hong Kong’s inherent incentive for nearly any industry is being the gateway to China. Film production is no exception.In recent years, the government implemented three stages of…

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‘Blood’ flows earlier

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Warner Bros. Pictures has moved up the release date of Ed Zwick's "Blood Diamond" by one week to Dec. 8. Also opening on Dec. 8 are "Apocalypto," "The Holiday," "Unaccompanied Minors," and "DOA: Dead…

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‘Saw’ shows teeth

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Halloween was lucky again this year for Lionsgate, which grossed $34.3 million for the third installment of its slasher series "Saw" -- the biggest bow in the company's history.

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