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Camelot to reign as film investment rises

The economy may be in the doldrums, but an increasing number of taxpayers are stumping up money to finance big budget film and television productions.

5th June, 2010

The economy may be in the doldrums, but an increasing number of taxpayers are stumping up money to finance big budget film and television productions.

By mid-July, accountancy firm Horwath Bastow Charleton expects to have raised more than €50million this year from investors in the Section 481 scheme.

The scheme gives tax relief on investments in film and television productions, and HBC has several projects in the pipeline, including Camelot, a ten-part series from the...

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