Spain Film Commission participates at the Marché du Film in Cannes
As every year, the Spain Film Commission attends the Marché du Film at the Cannes International Film Festival, which is an international reference market and one of the most important meeting points for professionals of the audio-visual industry in Europe.
You’ll find us at the Cinema from Spain pavilion / Riviera A5, which will be open from Tuesday 8th of May to Friday 17th of May, from 9.00 to 18.30. It is organised by ICEX Spain, ICAA and the Spanish Economic and Commercial Office in Paris.
During these days, Spain Film Commission members will receive all film producers and professionals in the audio-visual field with an interest in shooting in Spain, and will disseminate all the advantages offered by the country to develop audio-visual projects.
This year, besides promoting shooting locations in the Spanish regions, with the focus on the renewed system of tax incentives for international shooting in Spain, which amounts to 20% of tax rebate, and the specificities of Navarre with 35% of tax credit and the Canary Islands having a 40% of tax rebate. In addition, they will count with free services provided by the Spain Film Commission offices network throughout the Spanish territory.
For further information about why and how shooting in Spain, you can access the new Spain Film Commission’s digital content platform – Shooting in Spain – which has been accomplished thanks to the support of the Ministry of Culture through the Cultural Industries’ area.
Spain Film Commission is a non-profit association which leads the positioning of the country as a destination for shootings since 2001. It coordinates a network of 30 film commissions and film offices distributed throughout Spain.
This entity is one of the European Film Commission Network [EUFCN] founders, is a member of the Association of Film Commissioners International [AFCI] and actively collaborates with the Government of Spain, regional institutions, associations, professionals and producers to enhance the audio-visual activity and industry.