Tues 28 Sept, 1.00–2.00 p.m. (est)
location: Facebook Live, YouTube Live, ttfilmfestival.com
There are many reasons productions choose to shoot their films in Trinidad and Tobago, but one of the most beneficial elements of filming in T&T is the Production Expenditure Rebate Programme, offered by the Trinidad and Tobago Film Company (FilmTT). This programme can save producers money by offering significant “cash back” percentages to both local and international producers. In this one-hour session, FilmTT’s facilitation officer, Regina Seabrun, will explain the different rebate programme tiers; which types of productions qualify; which production expenses qualify; how to calculate rebates; how to apply for the rebate and everything in between.
facilitator: Regina Seabrun (for FilmTT)
Regina Seabrun is a creative arts professional with over seven years of experience in stage and production management. She gained a solid background in communication studies and theatre from UWI’s Department of Creative and Festival Arts (DCFA). As FilmTT’s current facilitation officer, she manages the administration of the Production Expenditure Rebate Programme and the company’s film commission work, and oversees the facilitation of a diverse range of productions that have been shot on location in Trinidad and Tobago in recent years.