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Latest developments in the Mauritius Film Industry – by Island Film

Nestled in the heart of the Indian Ocean, Mauritius is endowed with a rich multi cultural heritage and offers a versatile landscape where the telltale signs of past colonization blend in effortlessly with modern architecture.

 

The Mauritius film industry is currently witnessing a major overhaul. With the introduction of a slew of initiatives to build an ecosystem for the film industry, the government shines a klieg light on a nascent industry that is yet to be fully explored.  

 

One of the main initiatives that has been brought forward by the government, is the Film Rebate Scheme (FRS), which was introduced in 2013 and entitles film producers to a rebate of up to 40%.

 

A Newsletter regarding the latest developments in the Mauritius Film Industry has been released by Island Film Services Limited. To receive your personal copy of the Newsletter, please liaise with your usual contact person at ITL or write to Island Film at info@islandfilm.net

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