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Other high profile pics already greenlit by the revamped Trip tax rebate scheme include NBC’s mini-series “Rosemary’s Baby” and Bill Mechanic-produced “The Moon and the Sun.”
Cnc topper Frederique Bredin expects 2014 to be a record year in terms of international productions. “It’s still very early to tell, because decisions on location shooting are taken in a very short timeframe, and projects are kept confidential,” she explains. “But I can already tell you that 5 international productions, recently approved by the Trip scheme, will generate 100 days of filming in 2014, which is a very good start for the year.”
Since the scheme was introduced in 2009, more than 70 foreign productions from 14 countries have benefited from Trip.
In 2013 Trip-qualified foreign shoot spend in France exceeded $136.7 million – 7% of global French production spend.
A total spend of $497 million has been »
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Famous stop motion animators Rankin-Bass produced a TV special based on the work back in 1985. It was the company's last stop motion effort.
A traditionally animated adaptation was released in 2000, while a new animated version went into development in 2010 but never progressed and has seemingly collapsed.
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“We very much look forward to bringing Sean McNamara’s vision of L Frank Baum’s holiday fantasy to the big screen,” said Smith and Arnold-Beutel. “With such icons known all over the world and a great producing team we believe to create an instant family entertainment classic”.
“It’s always been my dream to direct a Christmas movie and now I have that opportunity with this wonderful script and L Frank Baum story,” added McNamara.” »
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3 items from 2014
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