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El Netherlands Film Fund invierte 3,7 millones de euros en 13 nuevas producciones

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- La cuarta ronda del Netherlands Film Production Incentive del 2018 apoyará la creación de diez largometrajes y tres series de televisión de calidad

El Netherlands Film Fund invierte 3,7 millones de euros en 13 nuevas producciones
La directora Claudia Pinto, cuya cinta de ficción Las consecuencias recibirá 115.392€

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The Netherlands Film Fund has finally announced the recipients of the last round of the 2018 Film Production Incentive, which will generate more than €15.5 million in production spend across the entire Dutch film sector. The beneficiaries of this provision will be two feature-length fiction films, seven documentary feature films, one animated feature and three TV series.

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The two fiction films that have secured a grant are Sabine Lubbe Bakker and Niels van Koevorden’s Get Over Here and Kiss Me (€259,583), produced by Submarine Film in cooperation with Lunanime (Belgium), and Claudia Pinto’s The Consequences [+lee también:
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(€115,392), produced by N279 Entertainment, and international partners Sin Rodeos Films España (Spain) and Potemkino (Belgium). 

The second-biggest incentive (€490,000) was given to the only animated feature project, Coppelia, helmed by directorial trio Jeff TudorBen Tesseur and Steven De Beul, and produced by Submarine Animation in cooperation with 3 Minutes West, MotionWorks (Germany) and Lunanime (Belgium).

Three high-end TV series were recipients of the incentive. The biggest award, of €1.5 million, went to Joram Lürsen’s Flying Dutchmen, an eight-episode TV drama penned by Winchester McFly and Thomas van der Ree, and produced by Topkapi Films. The other beneficiaries of the incentive were Lisa Brühlmann’s Killing Eve II (€178,781, produced by Topkapi Films, BBC America and British firm Sid Gentle Films) and Tim Oliehoek’s Stone Cold Stanley (€412,099, produced by NL Film & TV and Belgian partner EndemolShine).

Finally, the seven documentary projects that will benefit from the cash rebate are Isabel Lamberti’s Beyond the Blue Bridge (€114,849, produced by IJswater Films and Spanish outfit Tourmalet Films), Evert van den Bos’ The Galapagos, A Sustainable Future (€288,472, produced by Nature Conservation Films), John Appel’s Guided Tours (€92,855, produced by Cobos Films), Willemiek Kluijfhout’s The Naked Oyster (€115,423, staged by Halal Docs and Belgian partner Cassette for Timescapes), Joris Postema’s Stop Filming Us! (€67,929, produced by DOXY), Sandra Beerends’ They Call Me Babu [+lee también:
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(€ 67,080, staged by Pieter van Huystee Film & TV) and Joost van der Valk’s We Take Care of Our Own (€75,002, produced by Zeppers Film & TV).

The application deadlines for the next two rounds of the Film Production Incentive for film productions and high-end TV series are 5 November 2018 and 5 February 2019. The Netherlands Film Production Incentive offers an attractive cash rebate of up to 35% on qualifying production costs that are spent in the country.

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