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Where in Europe to Shoot Your Next Production

By Alexandra Zeevalkink at KFTV “Financial incentives and schemes continue to provide the introduction necessary to be competitive almost anywhere in the world.  The trend that is beginning to emerge…

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Film Finance: UK PLC

Dave Morrison explores why UK film production, locations and credits are proving so appealing to tax credit tourists, and how it stacks up against other European countries.…

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Another Boost For UK Production?

Dave Morrison examines HMRC’s Consultation Document on the future NIC status of entertainers, and the potential benefit for UK productions.…

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Nicola Horlick – Derby Street Films

Following a successful career as a leading fund manager, London businesswoman Nicola Horlick is turning her attention to film finance with Derby Street Films. Here, she explains why, with the right approach, film can be…

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Creative England has £1m of interest-free loans

Tweet Creative England continues its programme of investment for creative and digital businesses in the English regions with the launch of a new Business Investment Fund of £1 million. Supported by the Government’s Regional Growth Fund,…

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Film Financing: The Whole Picture

While the film financing process may appear daunting, Sargent-Disc Ltd explain how independent producers can benefit from employing creative strategies when it comes to funding.…

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Additional £275k training funds from Skillset

As part of Creative Skillset’s work in film, a further £275,000 is now available for organisations in UK film and VFX to support priority training and skills development.…

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Britdoc launches new fund

BRITDOC, a not-for-profit film foundation based in London and partnered with Channel 4 Television, has announced the launch of a brand new film fund, BRITDOC Circle Fund, to support the voices of independent documentary filmmakers…

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Cinematic brings opportunities for Welsh filmmakers

The Film Agency for Wales, in partnership with the BFI Film Fund, BBC Films, S4C and Soda Pictures, has developed Cinematic, a new initiative for Welsh filmmakers to make contemporary, dynamic and distinctive feature films…

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Corsan sells Haggis’s Third Person worldwide

Pascal Borno, President of Sales for Corsan, the fully integrated international film finance, production and sales company with head offices in Antwerp, Belgium, announced that THIRD PERSON, written and directed by Paul Haggis (CRASH), has…

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