A total of 28 productions have been selected to receive California’s Film and Television Tax Credit — the same number as was selected last year. California producers submitted 380 applications for…
California’s four-year-old production incentive program received serious support Friday from the exec producer of the Halle Berry thriller “The Call.” Guy Louthan told about 200 attendees at the…
The Empire State continues to outpace the Golden State when it comes to production incentives.
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The U.K. government has unveiled details of its tax credits for high-budget TV drama, laffers, docus, toonpics and vidgames, which will come into force in April.
Three big production hubs add to their country's incentives package
As the California legislature considers a five-year extension of the state's production tax incentive program, its film commission has identified the 28 projects that will share $100 million in…
California officials have tapped 28 productions to receive $100 million in tax credits in the fourth year of the state's incentive program -- aimed at preventing production companies from moving…
On the same day that Academy Award winner Octavia Spencer was honored at the Alabama Statehouse, a state Senate panel approved a measure to increase tax credits for production companies filming in…
A UCLA/Headway Project study advocates the expansion of California's 4-year-old Film and Television Tax Credit Program to maintain the state's position as a production center and avoid seeing…
Blighty's government is extending the country's 25% film tax credit until the end of 2015.
Locale decisions are based both on creative factors and state incentives