Element Pictures was among the winners in securing movie tax reliefs last year from Revenue, helped by its production of Sally Rooney’s.
Revenue’s figures show that Element Pictures Productions Ltd secured Section 481 tax relief for the TV adaptation of the international best-seller of between €2m and €5m last year.
Ed Guiney’s Element Pictures also secured tax credits of between €500,000 to €1m for the Oscar-winning film, as well as between €500,000 and €1m for , and between €500,000 and €1m for .
The 2019 Revenue Section 481 figures show that other beneficiaries of the scheme include Brown Bag Films, which secured tax credits between €2m and €5m for itsTV production and between €2m and €5m for the company’s latest series of .
However, the largest tax credit of between €5m and €10m was secured by Four Provinces Films for recently-released film.
The figures show that Dublin-based Boulder Media secured tax credits of between €2m and €5m for its, as well as between €2m and €5m credits for its production.
The company also secured tax credits of between €1m and €2m forand between €500,000 to €1m for .
Vico Picture and Sound Ltd secured credits of between €1m and €2m for.
Galway-based Telegael secured tax credits of between €1m and €2m for; as well as credits of between €500,000 and €1m each for Berry Bees and for season two of .
The figures also show that Shinawil Ltd secured tax credits of €1m and €2m for, while Kilkenny’s Cartoon Saloon Ltd had tax credits of €1m to €2m for .