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Michelle d'Eze

Michelle d'Eze

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Profession: manager,scout,fixer
Status: Montreal Photography Productio
Location: Back From Rome To Montreal , Italy
Home base: Montreal, Quebec
URL: http://montreal-photography-productions.com
URL: http://montreal-locations-scouts.com
Email: •••••••• (private)
Languages spoken: French, English, Italian
Organization: Montreal Photography Productions
Mobile phone (while in Back from Rome to Montreal): •••••••• (private)
Work phone 514-938-8352
Last login: over 4 years ago
Member since: 19 Jun 2009 20:06

About

Michelle d’Eze is a Montreal Quebec Based still photography production manager/fixer.

http://montreal-photography-productions.com
http://montreal-locations-scouts.com

She provides location scout services, location library services and location manager services for advertising photography, commercial photography and editorial photography.

Her full production services are provided for still photography. Services include production coordination, production management, location scout, location library, location files, location manager, permitting, talent casting, budgeting/billing, travel and logistics planning (and just about everything in between!)

With nearly 15 years experience in providing production services and location services for the:
commercial photography;catalog photography;lifestyle photography;fashion photography; financial sector photography;pharmaceutical/medical photography;real estate photography;resort photography;retail photography; annual report photography;editorial photography;magazine photography;newspapers photography;
public relation photography;

Partial Clients List:
Decathlon (France); Electronic Arts ( Vancouver); Volkswagen ( Los Angeles); Garraud Paris ( Paris); Canadian Tourism Commission ( DDB Vancouver); Tourism Montreal ( GQ, New York); Celine Dion/W Magazine, (New York); Kiabi, (Paris); Oasis Rock Group ( New York); Espn (New York); Evanescence ( New York); Linde ( New Jersey); Mccann ( Clichy) Young & Rubicam, (Paris); MI (London); Philote ( Los Angelas, Tokyo); Merrells, (Burlington); JDK, (New York); Magazine TROPIK, (Montréal); Bikini Village, (Montréal); Aldo, (Montréal); Marionnaud ( Paris); Holt, Rinehart and Winston,(Texas); Magazine Panache, (Barbades); Dior Canada ( Montréal); Association canadienne de la fourrure (Canada) ;

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tax credits for foreign film production

MAJOR IMPROVEMENTS TO TAX CREDIT FOR FOREIGN FILM PRODUCTION SERVICES
http://qftc.ca/whats-new.php?id=11

The Quebec Film and Television Council (QFTC) is extremely pleased with the Quebec government’s important announcement today, regarding the change in tax credits for foreign film production services. The 25% rate, applicable to labour costs, has now been extended to include all eligible expenses. An additional 5% enhancement for special effects, digital animation and green-screen shooting brings the effective rate for any eligible production to 30%.

The QFTC extends a special thanks to Raymond Bachand, Minister of Finance, and Christine St-Pierre, Minister of Culture, Communications and the Status of Women, for their quick involvement in this important tax credit issue. The concrete action they have taken, at a time of intensified international competition, is certain to impact positively on efforts to promote Quebec’s assets to American producers.

This decision, which bespeaks a strong commitment to Quebec’s film and television industry, is also evidence of the dynamic, open relationship the industry has forged with government, and of solid support for the QFTC’s mission: to develop Quebec’s competitiveness as a world-class film production centre. Film Commissioner Hans Fraikin is pleased with the Quebec government‘s response to requests for changes in the foreign film production services tax credits, which can now be applied to all eligible expenses, while maintaining the enhancement for special effects. "The entire industry will benefit considerably – in both the short and long term – from these measures. Quebec has returned to the foreground, with tax breaks that are more than typically competitive.”

14 Jul 2009 21:07 | 0 replies

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