Accessing funding for film production can be a challenge in the current economic environment so engaging with an advisor with a company with a proven track record in the industry is of vital importance.
The Irish system for tax breaks on film production, section 481, was introduced by the Irish Government in 1987 in order to promote the Irish film industry and is longest running tax break in Europe. If film producers carry out some film and TV production in Ireland, they can produce a net production benefit by up to 28% of the Irish production cost.
Kieran Corrigan , the practice principal, formed Merlin films with John Boorman CBE in 1989 and has since raised more than than €120m in motion picture funding. Kieran Corrigan & Co., together with Merlin Films has extensive experience in working with Irish Film Board; obtaining investment; sourcing Irish producers; dealing with the Revenue Commissioners and engaging the necessary legal advisors
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