Spain now provides a tax credit for non-Spanish projects that are completely or partly made in the country. Commercial productions are not eligible. The incentive targets cinema and film, scripted TV, animation, and gaming.
A minimum production spend of €1 million in Spain is required to benefit from the 15% tax credit. That incentive can increase to 35% tax credit on production expenditures made in the northern Spanish region of Navarre and the Canary Islands.
Rebates are made to the Spanish production service company working locally with the foreign production company. Government payback can be expected 18 - 24 months after the production wrap and successful presentation of an audit. Earlier credit towards the rebate may be negotiated with PSN Spain.
These are the fundamental parameters. Precise details are best explored on a case-by-case basis so don't hesitate to reach out to us with your project's details. We aim to maximize the savings available to your foreign production in Spain.
As one of the production service companies registered by Spain's Institute of Cinematography and Audiovisual Arts (ICAA), we are also positioned to discuss co-productions eligible for Spanish and European assistance. It is helpful to note from the outset that periodic selection processes only make this approach practical for qualifying productions with all needed documentation prepared for submission a full year before shooting. Local film financing options can also be explored.
Write us with details about your project and the form of assistance you seek. We're here to help bring your project to shoot with us in Spain.
Rolex and world-renowned tenor Plácido Domingo made for a high-profile shoot where VIP treatment and absolute discretion were an integral part of our production services. Finding and negotiating use of a local palace to serve as the ideal location for multi-camera filming and a still photo session was an additional achievement earning us high marks with producers of this viral series.
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