Georgia Just Peachy for Film Production Incentives

Georgia Film Tax Incentives

Thanks largely to incentives, the state of Georgia has grown into the third-busiest production hub in the U.S., having hosted 158 productions for film and television at the close of its fiscal year in June.

Eligible projects include features, television, animation, visual effects, post and digital media. Infrastructure continues to grow, with more than 90 new industry companies and 11 soundstages. Among them: six stages at the newly opened Pinewood Atlanta Studios.

Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal recently visited Los Angeles, and met with entertainment industry reps to discuss the state’s tax breaks and infrastructure.

Information courtesy of EP Financial Solutions, a production incentive consulting and financial services company.

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  1. Deidra says:

    Also, unsafe working conditions for assistances on railroad tracks, working on Greg Allman movie.

  2. Ralcarbo says:

    This is advertising, not news.

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