From "Dawson's Creek" to "Forrest Gump," South Carolina has seen its share of filming. The state lures productions with aggressive incentives, an experienced crew base, mild climate and the…
With diverse mountain and desert locations and 360 days of sunshine annually, New Mexico has hosted films like "A Million Ways to Die in the West" and "Lone Survivor." But TV series have been the…
Louisiana hosted 18 feature films in 2013, making the state's incentive the world's most utilized, per FilmLA's 2013 Feature Film Production Report. Louisiana's program is also responsible for…
Film and TV honchos have a message for the New Jersey state legislature: What are you waiting for? That was the sentiment shared Tuesday night at a panel session on boosting New Jersey's film and…
New Line Cinema's upcoming 3D action film "San Andreas," starring Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson is expected to rattle Australia, not California.
New Zealand is to increase its financial incentives for international and local films and merge its two main subsidy pools into a uncapped new fund.
Sources say studio chiefs helped California Governor Jerry Brown raise $2 million for his reelection campaign next year, at an event held at the home of Disney’s Alan Horn and his wife Cindy. In his…
Steve Dayan, recently elected as secretary-treasurer of Teamsters Local 399, was chosen as the chairman of the California Film Commission for its 2014 term. Dayan was chosen at a meeting of the…
As Sacramento was shaken by news of an “Argo”-esque FBI sting operation aimed at State Sen. Ron Calderon’s support for film tax incentives, it raised concerns that it will make a planned push to…
Georgia's film tax credit is spinning off some unintended benefits.