Monday 13 October 2014

Bavarians in Brussels host imminent event on fiscal incentives for films

"Fiscal incentive schemes and their impact on film and audiovisual production in Europe" is the grand title of a presentation of a new study and round table coming up very soon. It's to be held next Monday, 20 October 2014 from 11.00 am – 1.00 pm (entry 10.30) at the Rue Wiertz 77, Brussels, Belgium, being kindly hosted by the Representation of the Free State of Bavaria to the EU.

This free public conference -- which will take place in English -- is set to examine the impact of tax shelters, tax credits and tax rebates on film and audiovisual production in Europe. The European Audiovisual Observatory has commissioned a brand new study from Olsberg•SPI which examines the effects of fiscal incentive schemes in Europe. The findings of this new report will be presented at this conference by its authors. Then an expert panel will focus on the long-term impact of fiscal incentives as a policy instrument in today’s European audiovisual landscape.

For further details email Alison Hindhaugh at before 16 October (this Thursday).

If any reader of this weblog is attending, can he or she send us a report?

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