Report urges increased tax relief for films

More big-budget films could be made in Ireland if the government implements a report urging that the tax-relief limit on films should be more than trebled to €50 million.

15th October, 2005

More big-budget films could be made in Ireland if the government implements a report urging that the tax-relief limit on films should be more than trebled to €50 million.

The government-commissioned report by PricewaterhouseCoopers recommends raising the cap for tax investors in film productions from its current level of €15 million, on the basis that blockbusters offer far greater kickbacks for the Irish film industry and economy.

Arts minister John O'Donoghue is pushing for a...

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