This year Canary Islands Film will be in the most important film markets in the world.
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This year Canary Islands Film will be in the most important film markets in the world.

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Canary Islands Film, common seal which includes the public and private sector of the islands to promote the many advantages offered by the Islands as a destination for film shooting continues to position itself in national and international markets.


The marked route for this first year has had scenarios as prominent as those held in Berlin, Cannes and Toronto, to which we can now add the San Sebastian Film Festival.


Canary Islands Film will continue their journey through other markets in which their presence can be of interest. In October, they will be at the MIPCOM, the most important market focused on the sale, purchase, financing, distribution and co-production of television content, held in Cannes. This meeting is of interest since the Canaries incentives also include television projects, namely the production of series.


The next stop will be at the American Film Market in Los Angeles in November. It is the leading trade fair worldwide that brings together the target audience that is of particular interest to the Canarian brand. It is a unique display in which to present tax incentives for filming, especially the ‘star incentive’: deduction of 35%, an advantage that has been instrumental in attracting the likes of ‘The case of Jason Bourne’ with Matt Damon or ‘Allied ‘with Brad Pitt.


The last scheduled meeting will be in London in December, when the market Focus, also of great interest for the same reasons given for the one held in Los Angeles.

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