Film Tax Relief (FTR) is part of the UK's suite of creative industry tax reliefs.

The relief is only available for films that pass a 'cultural test’ or qualify through an internationally agreed co-production treaty certifying that the production is a 'British film'.

In all cases, formal certification is required to qualify and this is administered by the British Film Institute (BFI) on behalf of the Department for Culture Media and Sport.

Specialist advice is required to ensure that claims for Film Tax Relief (FTR) are correctly formulated and only reference qualifying core expenditure. This excludes expenditure incurred on, development, distribution and other non-production activities. It also excludes any costs which have already qualified for R&D relief.

Tax Advisers

The following advisers all have the relevant specialist expertise. Their profiles include their contact details, background, specific expertise and other specialisms

Rachel Finch
Rachel Finch
Qualified Chartered Tax Advisor and an Enrolled Agent with the IRS. Specialising in UK & US taxes, Research & Development Tax Credits and Creative Tax Reliefs.
David O’Keeffe
David O’Keeffe
An expert in R&D Relief, Patent Box and Creative Industries Reliefs. I don’t cover other areas of taxation, I specialise properly in these reliefs.
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Tax Accountants

The following tax accountants are all willing to assist with simpler questions on this topic and to help you complete tax returns. Their profiles include contact details and other key information.

 
Tarrant Green
Tarrant Green
 
 
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