Last week British film producers visited Poznań and Warsaw. The FAM tours’ organizers: Poznan Film Commission and Filming Land company focused on film potential of both cities and methods of financing foreign productions in Poland.
The local government of the Kujawsko-Pomorskie region has set up the Kujawy Pomorze Film Office - an institution that is to become the first point of contact for filmmakers and producers interested in film production in this region.
On June 10, in the Polish Film Institute office, was signed the first contract after the entry into force of the law on financial support for audiovisual production. A production that will benefit from the Polish incentives is "The Black Mill".
Film Commission Poland is going to Cannes Film Festival to promote Polish film industry, locations and cash rebate scheme. We will be present at the Polish Cinema Pavilion located in the Village International - Riviera #117.
The new Polish 30% cash rebate scheme that was announced last year is active now. The scheme is based on first come, first serve rule and the Polish Film Institute has just begun to accept applications.
The 69th Berlin Film Festival & European Film Market start in 3 days. Learn about our cash rebate presentation, check out our new publications and find out how you can meet representatives of the Polish film industry.
Film Commission Poland will now operate within the structures of the Polish Film Institute. The Commission's tasks include the promotion of financial incentives for audiovisual productions, the operator of which will be the PFI.
On the 4th and 5th December, film locations and services exhibition FOCUS will take place in London. Visit Polish Film Commissions stand and attend a presentation about the upcoming incentives scheme to find out about making films in Poland.