Turks and Caicos Film Incentive

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Turks and Caicos Film Incentive

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The Turks and Caicos Government on March 3, 2014 proposed a new package of film incentives.  The package of tax incentives and permit waivers for the film industry will allow the country to  be compete with some of the top production hubs in the U.S. and Europe. 

Turks and Caicos is committed to becoming a top destination in the locations arena. The new  proposal extends its incentives to include TV programs, documentaries, national and international commercials and dubbing, and for the first time allows work permit waivers for all crew and talent.

Further incentives are proposed for hiring residents.

CaribMedia invites you to visit our page regularly for updated information and we encourage any  feedback from the Film community that will help position Turks and Caicos as a top location for film production.  

CaribMedia will assist you with whatever your needs to make Turks and Caicos work for your production and budget.  

For more information please email us at info@filmsilverstate.com

Who can apply for TURKS AND CAICOS  film incentive credits?

Any qualified production with at least 60 percent of its total qualified expenditures which occur in the state of Nevada with expenses that exceed $500,000 with a $35 million cap. Nevada defines qualified productions as commercials, motion pictures, documentary films or series, visual effects and animation series, music videos, infomercials, television, cable or internet media series such as soap operas, talk shows, comedies and dramas. If you have any further questions regarding which productions qualify, please contact SSPS directly.

Are there any motion picture or film projects that are excluded?

The film tax credit incentive excludes sporting events, telethons, weather-related, news and current events programs along with projects produced for corporate or institutional uses. It also excludes political advertisements, gala and awards shows. Adult film productions are also excluded.

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