Bulletproof 2 secures Dutch incentive
The second series of crime drama Bulletproof has secured filming incentive support to shoot scenes on location in the Netherlands.
Produced by Vertigo Films for Sky, Bulletproof was created and written by stars Ashley Walters and Noel Clarke, along with filmmaker Nick Love.
The show started filming in London in February, but has also been given incentive support of nearly €180,000 to film scenes in the Netherlands.
Vertigo will work with Amsterdam-based Topkapi Films and selected Dutch crew. Topkapi has previously worked on shoots including period drama The Miniaturist that was set in late-17th century Amsterdam and was a co-production between the BBC and US channel Masterpiece.
Bulletproof is one of four international drama series to be awarded support under the Netherlands Film Production Incentive. In total the programme allocated €10.5m between 27 productions.
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