The two incentives are complementary but you need to apply for each one separately.
The eligible costs in the Tax Relief are the same as the eligible costs in the Cash Rebate. They may not exceed 80% of the total costs. They must not breach the conditions set by Law 4487/2017, as amended and in force, regarding the minimum amount of costs submitted for approval of the audiovisual works. In the tax relief, the audiovisual work must obligatorily be managed the financially through a Special Bank Account in order for the costs to be considered as eligible.
The application is submitted on the website of EKOME to the State Aid Information System (PSKE) either by acquiring the passwords of a new user or by updating the passwords of an old user.
The qualification application must be accompanied by the following supporting documents:
i. An application form on paper, filled in and signed by the producer or the legal representative of the applicant company.
ii. A tax and social security clearance certificate for the applying natural person, or the production company according to its articles of association.
iii. Script summary
iv. Detailed budget of the audiovisual work and a list of main cast and crew.
v. Production schedule, production locations and production labs.
vi. Detailed financial plan including the funding sources and accompanied by all evidence of its coverage (co-production agreements, decisions of public or international organizations, etc.)
vii. Intellectual property acquisition agreement.
viii. A co-production agreement.
ix. Contracts between the production company and the production service company.
x. An Internal Revenue Service (DOY) certificate on the business activities of the company.
xi. An administrative fee of €100.
All legal documents for the eligible costs are issued in the name of the producer of the work or in the name of the executive producer. In the case of co-production, the documents of the eligible costs are issued by each producer separately, according to their participation in the production on the basis of the co-production agreement submitted to EKOME for the specific audiovisual work.
Amounts paid by legal entities as well as natural persons engaged in business activity and concern thirty percent (30%) of the eligible costs of each audiovisual work, are deducted from their net taxable results, as they result from the income tax return of the tax year to which they relate.
For natural persons not engaged in business activity, thirty percent (30%) of the eligible costs are deducted from their taxable income in proportion to their income category.
Tax relief is calculated on the basis of the financial plan submitted by the producer and such calculation states the percentages of the financiers of the Investment Plan that agree with the submitted agreements between the financiers and the Producer.