Monday November 30, 2020

Tax break investors muster for Foyle's War

Irish tax break investors are being lined up to finance the new series of Foyle's War, the British detective drama.

16th June, 2012
Michael Kitchen as detective chief superintendent Christopher Foyle in Foyle's War.

Irish tax break investors are being lined up to finance the new series of Foyle's War, the British detective drama.

The first seven series of the ITV show have been shot in Britain, but season eight will be made in Ireland. As a result, the programme qualifies for the Section 481 tax relief for films and television productions.

Octagon Films, the Irish production company and a co-producer of the series, is raising finance for the show...

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