Government inaction is hurting the Indian film industry, dissuading international productions and limiting film tourism, says study.
The Philippines may be the next country to offer production incentives to runaway productions. Philippines Sen. Juan Edgardo Angara is promoting the Fostering Investment through Local and…
'Green Destiny' to star Michelle Yeoh, Donnie Yen
ROME – The Mediterranean isle of Malta, which long been a hotspot for Hollywood tentpoles, including most recently Sony’s “Captain Philips” (pictured) is raising its already generous rebates to 25…
Lured by Gotham’s 30% production credit, Santa Monica-based digital production and design studio Big Block is making a major expansion to New York, launching two new divisions in the process and…
Mayor Eric Garcetti has appointed former president of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences President Tom Sherak as L.A. Film Czar, effective immediately. Sherak is the high-profile figure…
Georgia's film tax credit is spinning off some unintended benefits.
One man's loss is another's gain. While Hollywood producers lament the lack of local production, territories around the world are benefitting from the exodus.
Incentives can change on a dime, often subject to the whims of a state's political party when power changes hands.
The sharp rise in the number of states wooing TV productions with lucrative tax incentive coin has cost California dearly in terms of its market share of primetime drama series lensing.
Los Angeles' new mayor has vowed to help staunch the flow of film and TV production jobs out of Hollywood, starting with the appointment of a film czar at City Hall.