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Serbia prepares Danube for starring role in the movies

More than 90 local and international guests gathered on 26th June in Belgrade to participate at regional conference “Preparing the Danube for a starring role in the movies” organized by…

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Madeira Film Festival

There are well in excess of 4000 film festivals in the world, catering for all cinematic tastes and diversions, as well as locales, with London being one of the most intense. Not a week passes…

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UK sci-fi drama SPACE AGE wraps at Poland’s Alvernia Studios

Production has wrapped at Alvernia Studios on UK Sci-Fi drama Space Age by screenwriting debutants, Nick Moran and Ralf Little.…

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Territory Focus: Poland

With its stunning landscapes, dedicated infrastructure, financial incentives and state-of-the-art facilities, Poland is fast becoming a location of choice for international production.…

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Film Tourism: A Route to Funding?

Economic development specialist Martin Cuff explains why filmmakers, as well as locations, can benefit from the boom in film tourism.…

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Guild of Location Managers invited to join The Production Guild

The Production Guild of Great Britain, which represents a core constituency in the UK production industry including line producers, production executives and production accountants working across film and television, is expanding its role in the…

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Golden Bird to start Mumbai Media City

Golden Bird Entertainment announced at the Cannes Film Festival that they will soon commence operations of MUMBAI MEDIA CITY, India’s largest Studio, Broadcast, Media Asset Management (MAM), and Media School Facility in Kandivali, Mumbai. Tweet…

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Wimbledon Studios to expand

Film production in London appears to be in rude health at the moment, not only with the news that Star Wars VII will be shooting in the capital, but also from the growth in studios,…

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Lithuania likely to approve tax incentives for film production

The Lithuanian Ministry of Finance has approved a long awaited amendment to the law on Corporate tax which could see an influx of foreign productions to the region. The proposed changes – which Parliament is expected…

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Fiji: A Filmmaker’s Paradise

Fiji may be one of the world’s most popular holiday destinations, but it also offers a great deal of opportunity to international productions.…

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