A film incentive in Thailand is now providing a tax rebate of 15%. Hiring of key Thai crew can boost the rebate by 3%. Promotion of Thai tourism can add 2% for a maximum rebate of 20%.
Film projects must spend the equivalent of $1.4 million locally to qualify. A cap of about $2.17 million tax rebate per project applies.
The measure adopted in early 2017 has a specific application period and requires foreign filmmakers to work with a local company that is officially registered with the film and tourism offices.
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Season 1 kicks off with a crime in the modern Asian metropolis of Bangkok. Scenes doubling for Seoul were also shot during a week of filming in the capital city for this Golden-Globe-nominated series.
'Our experience was nothing less than successful and completely professional,' wrote Warner Horizon VP of Production, Lisa Cochran. 'The footage looks fantastic and both your production teams received great reviews. We’ll talk more in the future.'
Click to see credits for the same series, episodes 103 & 108, serviced by PSN Italy.
Title: The Flight Attendant, Episodes: 101 & 102 - Director: Susanna Fogel - Production Company: Warner Horizon Television - Executive Producer: Greg Berlanti, Meredith Lavender, Marcie Ulin, Suzanne McCormack, Sarah Schechter, Steve Yockey, Susanna Fogel - Producer: Raymond Quinlan - Production Service: Living Films Advertising Co., Ltd. - Cinematographer: Brian Burgoyne - Production Designer: Sarah K. White - Featuring: Kaley Cuoco, Michiel Huisman, Rosie Perez, Colin Woodell - Service Executive Producer: Fred Turchetti - Service Production Manager: Tip Thumvittayakul - Art Director: Whay Phoobes Sittirak - Camera Operator: Prince Teerachai Chaiyanant - Steadicam Operator: Koon Watcharawit Ya-Inta - Thai Casting Director: Kwan Chatcha Patumthip - Thai Wardrobe Supervisor: Bee Ittipat Warakijcharoen - Location: Bangkok, Thailand