Norsk Filminstitut (The Norwegian Film Institute, NFI) has granted 47 025 000 NOK (about 4.5 million euros) to foreign production called “B25“, which is most likely the next, still unnamed Bond movie.
The scheme grants up to 25% return on costs spent in Norway to productions produced partly or entirely in Norway that are intended for international distribution.
A minimum of 30 % of the financing must come from international sources (outside of Norway), and the production must document an international distribution agreement.
The final grant will only be calculated and disbursed when the production in Norway is completed and the final costs are approved.
Congratulations to Norway. It is nice that Finland’s neighbouring country is probably one of the next 007 movie’s filming location. 007 Travelers is look forward to visiting these locations!
Cary Joji Fugunaga is about to direct a new Bond movie starring Daniel Craig as James Bond, agent 007, and the release date is 14th of February 2020.
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