Due to the Coid-19 Virus we are on Lockdown in Cyprus and there is currently a flight ban from most countries until April 30th. This is set to likely be extended. We are currently only offering equipment rentals for smaller sets and productions. We rent COB lights and sound for local businesses mainly working on
Dimitri Logothetis, who directed and just completed Jiu Jitsu, the second feature film shot in Cyprus under the new cash rebate programme, has a new film fund of over $250 million and is prepared to commit half of this fund, $125 million, on a per film basis, to Cyprus, to produce films on the island.
NICOSIA: The Cypriot cabinet approved a scheme to attract foreign productions, which will offer tax incentives of up to 35% per cent of expenditure incurred in Cyprus and capped at 650,000 EUR for each production. “It is an investment scheme that combines very satisfactory and important tax incentives, tax redemptions and subsidies to encourage this
The Council of Ministers of the Republic of Cyprus approved on 27 September 2017 a scheme aiming to put Cyprus on the map of attractive destinations for shooting films and other audio-visual productions. It is expected that together with some other advantages offered by Cyprus, such as good geographical location and convenient time zone, excellent
Cyprus to attract filmmakers with a 35% cash rebate Cyprus will soon offer a dedicated film incentive programme after the national Government okayed plans for a 35% cash rebate on production expenses. The scheme will be managed by the Cyprus Investment Promotion Agency (CIPA), who will also serve as a point of contact for international producers