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Yesterday in Tallinn, during a special presentation at Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event, Rolandas Kvietkauskas, the director of the Lithuanian Film Centre, presented to the international film community the results and future outlook of the government’s tax incentive for film production in Lithuania – the national tax incentive will rise to 30% in 2019. Kvietkauskas and producer Gabija Siurbytė (Dansu Films) discussed cases of successful tax incentive use, the scheme’s future prospects and important details filmmakers should know about the measure.
Rolandas Kvietkauskas, Head of Lithuanian Film Centre
Rolandas Kvietkauskas, Head of Lithuanian Film Centre
© Aron Urb, © Black Nights Film Festival
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