Dirty Dancing Festival

North Carolina Film and Entertainment Grant Application

Complete the application below to apply for the North Carolina Film and Entertainment Grant.

NOTE: All documents submitted to the Department in the Application are subject to disclosure under the N.C. Public Records Act. When specific information in an Application is regarded by the Applicant and by law as confidential, the Applicant should specifically and clearly designate it as such in writing on that portion of the Application in which the information appears at the time of initial disclosure to the Department. The law requires any such designation to be made at the time the information is disclosed to the Department of Commerce. FAILURE TO DESIGNATE "CONFIDENTIAL" OR "TRADE SECRET" INFORMATION NOW MAY RESULT IN THIS INFORMATION BEING DISCLOSED IN THE FUTURE.


Production Company/Applicant Information

Production Information

 

Qualifying Expenses

Minimum qualifying expenses are:

  • Feature Length Film: $5M
  • Television Series: $1M average per episode (TV pilot counts as one season)
  • Commercial: $250,000

Grant Limits

Your grant request shall not to exceed 25% of your estimated spending on qualifying expenses in North Carolina, and no more than:

  • Feature Length Film: $5M
  • Television Series: $9M per season
  • Commercial: $250,000
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Contact Information

Confidential Information

This section is provided as a mechanism for the Applicant to designate specific information provided in the Film and Entertainment Grant Application as "confidential" or a "trade secret." The law requires any such designation to be made at the time the information is disclosed to the Department of Commerce.

In general, trade secrets and individual taxpayer information may qualify for confidential treatment. "Trade secrets" are exempt from otherwise required disclosure if certain conditions are met. A "trade secret" is business or technical information that derives commercial value from not being generally known or readily ascertainable, and which is the subject of reasonable efforts to maintain its secrecy. Examples include movie scripts and treatments. State and local tax information for an individual taxpayer is protected from disclosure, except in limited specified circumstances, by North Carolina General Statute § 105-259 (the general confidentiality provisions governing taxpayer information).

To designate specific information as confidential, in the space below, reference the Application question number that the confidential information is contain within and specifically identify the information that is requested to be treated as confidential. Be sure to include the rationale for treating this information as a trade secret or qualifying tax information for an individual taxpayer. FAILURE TO DESIGNATE "CONFIDENTIAL" OR "TRADE SECRET" INFORMATION NOW MAY RESULT IN THIS INFORMATION BEING DISCLOSED IN THE FUTURE.

Attest

By clicking the submit button below, I attest that I have read and understand the guidelines for the North Carolina Film and Entertainment Grant and that the production for which I am applying meets the requirements to qualify.

Applicant's IP Address: 54.204.106.194

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