Dutch Film Industry to Get Extra €20M
The Dutch film industry will receive extra €20 million from the government, Nieuws.nl reports.
On Friday, Culture Minister Jet Bussemaker told the House that money will be released next year in the form of a cash rebate.
In September, during the budget negotiations, the D66 insisted the government to give incentive to the film industry.
Due to financially advantageous, Dutch film producers often shift their films to other countries. In addition, foreign producers do not shoot their films in the Netherlands due to a lack of incentives.