‘Georgia Film Credits’

  • Film Tax Credits Take Leading Role at 74th Golden Globes

      California, Georgia, and Massachusetts-based productions highlight the importance of tax credit programs.   The 74th annual Golden Globe winners were held last night with winners and nominees showcasing the wide range of filming locations in the United States.  Productions like “La La Land,” “The People

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  • Georgia’s Film Industry Thriving under new Film Tax Credit Plan

      The third most popular filming state seen reaping new benefits.   While Ben Affleck’s new thriller, “The Accountant,” rakes in revenue at the box office, the state of Georgia reaped in the benefits from the reportedly $21 million spent in the state during filming as

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  • Bloodline Seeks New Location as Florida Film Tax Credit Dries Up

      $91 million in Economic Impact Set to Leave the Keys   As Florida’s tax credit program dries up, producers of Netflix’s “Bloodline” are scrambling to find a new location where the crystalline blue waters of the Keys lend themselves so well to the dark family

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  • Florida House and Senate Will Not Continue Film Tax Incentive

      Incentive to expire July 1, 2016: Future of Many Productions in the Florida in Question   Filmmakers, studios and members of the Florida business community will be disappointed to learn today that the Florida House and Senate appropriations chairs decided not to continue any economic development incentives

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  • Southern States Reduce Film Credits to Their Detriment

      Florida, Louisiana and North Carolina Struggle to keep productions: Georgia Scoops up the Windfall. As Louisiana fights to restore some of its lost productions following a recent reduction in funding for the state’s film tax incentive program, other southern states are feeling the impact of

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  • Inside the Georgia Film Production Incentive Program, “Camera Ready”

    A Look inside the Georgia Film Production Incentive Program, “Camera Ready” Earlier this fall, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal and the Georgia Film, Music & Digital Entertainment Office, a division of the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD), teamed up to announce the “Camera Ready Community Program”,

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