Greece: film and television production incentives (cash rebate) program
Shortly after the Greek Cash Rebate Program's launch in May 2018, FilmGreece successfully managed the cash rebate file of the British feature film "Greed". Please refer to our Credits.
ELIGIBLE GENRES AND ACTIVITIES
Production of audiovisual work
Activities related to the production of films, videos and television programs; services ancillary to the production of films, videos and television programs.
Single audiovisual work
A cinematographic film, a made-for-TV cinematographic film, an episode or part of episode of a television series or any segment thereof, regardless of its duration. The content of the above may be fiction, documentary or animation.
Difficult audiovisual work
A single audiovisual work the sole prototype of which is in Greek language, and is the first or second work of a film director; projects having a budget of up to €500,000; and projects that have limited potential for commercial exploitation in international markets.
GREEK CASH REBATE PROGRAM IN BRIEF
Greek Cash Rebate Rate
40% on eligible production cost spent in Greece.
Minimum eligible spending
One hundred thousand Euros (€100,000) for feature films.
Thirty thousand Euros (€30,000) for TV projects.
Eligible budget ratios
Maximum eligible production cost: up to 80% of total budget.
Maximum eligible above-the-line (ATL) spend: up to 25% of the maximum eligible production cost.
Maximum cash rebate
Up to ten (10) days prior to the project's 1st day of principle photography in Greece.
Within four to ten (4-10) months or earlier from filming completion (wrap) in Greece.
Contact us to learn more.