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Select a date range Create a custom date range From: To: November 13, 2013 , 7:00 a.m. At least one prominent state senator is throwing cold water on the idea of expanding California's film tax credit. I'm not a fan of tax credits in general," Sen.
Iowa Iowa has settled a portion of a lawsuit by a Rhode Island man who says the state cost him millions of dollars when it ended its film tax credit program in 2009. The Des Moines Register says (http://dmreg.co/1aiv5SP) the state has agreed to pay $
The incentive program actually ran out of funds in October, just four months into the new fiscal year. That resulted in the loss of 25 projects state wide, says Dawn Keezer, executive director of the Pittsburgh Film Office. She estimates those
With a film tax incentive now on the books, the Nevada film industry may not only grow but thrive. Last year, JR Reid, owner of JR Lighting and a leader in the push for incentives, said the state's lack of them over the years had caused a gradual
PDT 3/20/2013 by Stuart Kemp Getty Images The British finance minister puts aside an initial $30 million for high-end TV, animation and video games projects and cracks down on tax avoiders. Britain got its latest annual budget Wednesday, and the U.K.
PDT 3/14/2013 by Etan Vlessing Doane Gregory/Fox 2000 Pictures The "Percy Jackson" sequel was one of several Hollywood pics shot in BC during 2012 British Columbia's provincial government's refusal to increase movie tax credits has Los Angeles
But one notable western that was intended to shoot in the state, Disney's upcoming movie "The Lone Ranger," filmed mainly in neighboring New Mexico, with only a few scenes shot in Arizona. The reason: Arizona is among only about a dozen states
Alaska (AP) A co-chair of the House Finance Committee has proposed repealing Alaska's film production tax credit...A sponsor statement was not immediately available, and Stoltze was not immediately available for comment. The legislature last year
The Massachusetts film tax credit program has been a flop , a taxpayer rip-off that enriches one of the nation's most profitable industries while choking off funds from more pressing public needs...The Bay State has been lavishing corporate welfare
More than 150 visual effects workers in the last two weeks have donated funds to challenge the legality of foreign film subsidies that have buffeted California's visual effects industry. "We're fighting for the industry we love," said Rachael