The Cabinet invited a filmmaker to address it and to demonstrate how the making of movies here would benefit the people of Antigua and Barbuda. The filmmaker noted that he filmed 9 productions in another Caribbean country, and that over 200 nationals were employed at a much higher rate of pay than they earned at their regular jobs. The movies have been distributed by a professional agency, the filmmaker enjoyed a profit, and the island-country received positive promotion and exposure. To assist in raising the capital required to fund the movies, the filmmaker will utilize the Business Option of the Citizenship by Investment Program (CIP), and has assured the Cabinet that as many as 500 files will be secured for this purpose. Discussions will follow between the CIP Unit and the filmmaker within 24 hours.
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