Isle Of Man: Island puts up 75% of budget; projects shoot non-stop

Dawtrey, Adam
April 2005
Variety;4/11/2005, Vol. 398 Issue 8, pA6
Trade Publication
Reports on the success of the Isle of Man in attracting major film and television production to shoot on the island. Actors who have visited the island; Value of revolving fund allocated by the government to invest in movies and television drama; Challenges faced by the island in scheduling.


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