Cash Rebate 40%
Learn about the incentives: the Cash Rebate
The implementation of Law 4487/2017 was a decisive step towards attracting investment through the production of films, television series, documentaries, animation, and digital games in Greece.
Since September 2018 (Law 4563/2018) until recently, the rebate amounted to 35% on the eligible expenses incurred in Greece. The updated legislation (Law 4704/2020) raises the cash rebate to 40%, provides a more flexible floor for TV series (€15,000-€25,000 per episode), a new minimum for digital games (€30,000), and includes documentaries (€60,000), short films with a minimum of €60,000. The maximum amount of cash rebate an investment plan can receive is €12 million. Furthermore, the Greek cash rebate can now serve as collateral for producers to obtain funds through the Greek banking system.
- Getting started
Αpplications may be submitted for international and domestic productions and/or co-productions that choose Greece as the location for main photography, production, and/or post-production.
- A smooth and timely procedure
Applications are submitted to EKOME all year long, no later than 10 days before the beginning of production and/or post-production, via an electronic system guaranteeing smooth, fast, and transparent processing.
- And... it's a wrap!
The subsidy is payable after the completion of production or/and post-production, provided all prerequisites of the relevant legislation are met.
Supporting the production of audiovisual works in Greece
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Legislation in effect
In August 2017, the Hellenic Parliament passed a law (4487/2017), implementing the 25% cash rebate programme for the production of domestic and international audiovisual works. Since September 2018 (4565/2018) the cash rebate was raised to 35% and July 2020, the Hellenic Parliament passed a law (4704/2020) raising the Greek cash rebate that covers part of the eligible costs for national and international audiovisual productions in Greece, up to 40% with flexible terms for TV series and digital games and may serve as collateral for producers to obtain funds through the Greek banking system.