Latvia Selects First Projects for Rebate

Boheme wins grants for 'Son,' 'Heritage'

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 provides financing for co-productions up to 25% of eligible expenditure as a cash rebate.

Boheme International’s “Son,” to be produced with Russia’s Amalgama Studio, won a grant of Euros 64,150 ($85,600), while Boheme’s “Heritage,” to be produced with Russian shingle Ivan, nabbed $110,400.

Tal Filma’s “Refugees,” made with Trogir Prodaksn in Russia, won $236,000.

Film Angels Studio’s “So Far So Good,” in co-operation with Film United in Czech Republic, nabbed $138,000.

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