“Maestro”, the highly successful Greek series of director and actor Christoforos Papakaliatis that is currently airing on Mega channel, is coming to Netflix. The popular streaming platform recently bought the worldwide rights, as announced on Tuesday.
Without incentives, it is not easy to advance investments, at any level. In Greece, everything changed in 2018 with the introduction of incentives such as cash rebates and tax relief, related to television and film productions, which provide the opportunity to promote...
Attracting foreign investment is now easier to strengthen the audiovisual production sector, after the success recorded in attracting producers from all over the world and the inclusion of 273 projects in the incentives of the National Center for Audiovisual Media and...
With five films in the fest lineup, Greece is experiencing its strongest showing in years, and insiders say the current boom
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Have we become Hollywood without realizing it?
The time has come for our country to become a big Hollywood stage, with different, emblematic parts of it dominating films and first-line productions: thanks to the new law and the initiatives promoted by the National Center for Audiovisual Media (EKOME) and the...
In 2021, the major foreign film and television productions that chose Greece for filming multiplied. To a large extent, it is about the positive response of the international market to very strong incentives, such as the cash rebate, which have been in place for decades in other countries and were established in the last four years in Greece as well.
Under the headline “Greece Pins Its Hopes for Recovery on a New Kind of Foreign Investor: Hollywood Film Crews,” Fortune magazine reports on Greece and foreign film productions that are gaining ground more and more.
Following a record year (2021) for audiovisual productions in Greece, 2022 started also dynamically and all the indications show that we are expecting a second record year in a row”
€75 million scheme offers a mix of financial and tax incentives to film, TV and game producers.