Already in January was all the pot that was set aside for the insentivordningen for film production in Norway, used up. Kulturministeren can't love more money."James Bond" gets 47 million. to use the scenes in Norway
the Scheme allows the manufacturers can get reimbursed up to 25 percent of the costs in Norway. In the year there was set of 75 million, and the money is allocated already. At the same time, there are several who want to Norway for movie-making, writes Bergens Tidende.
Per Henry Borch in the True North Norway says six films, all of Hollywood, want to use Norway and the west coast in the spring and summer. He fears that they will choose other countries, if the pot does not increase. the
A mechanism without money is a poor signal when on Trine Skei Grande (V) to present Norway as a filmland, " says Sigmund Elias Holm in the World filmkommisjon.
- I have meetings with big strømmetjenester and producers who want to film here. All ask about how insentivordningen works. I simply don't know what we can offer, " said Holm to the minister when they met at the film festival in Berlin.
Grande can't love more money in a year, but says efforts are being made with the scheme. She will learn of other countries and "make something everyone is happy with".
" We must find a way to budget this money on. But I agree that the scheme must be more predictable.Turistnæringens Cruise-stunt slaughter: - So ended up Preikestolen in India, given the