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Louisiana Film Production Outranks California

More films are currently being made in Louisiana than Los Angeles. As these productions venture out of California, many are chasing the tax incentives offered by the state of Louisiana. According to a recent Fox 8 news report, Louisiana ranks third behind New York and California in total production activity, and more movies were shot in Louisiana than in Los Angeles in 2010. It was also reported that 80 percent of Louisiana’s below-the-line crews are comprised of local workers.

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Top 10: United States of Production

As runaway production took a toll on the U.S. in the 1990s, the country fought back by introducing its own competitive incentives. By 2010, 46 U.S. states and territories had introduced individual tax credit and rebate programs and saw an estimated $60 billion in television, movie and video production revenue. Once a year, P3 Update lists 10 states in the nation that offer the most attractive combination of tax incentives, crew base, talent pool, infrastructure, accessibility, significant production revenue and overall popularity among filmmakers.

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Capturing Footage in Capital Central

It’s been a busy year for the Capital Region’s filmmaking communities. P3 Update takes a look at the triumphs of West Virginia, Virginia and Washington, D.C. and all the incentives that lure them to this region while impacting the economy in 2011.

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Hottest Island Locations

islands_i_fiji_sfwAn adventure in paradise” is how most cast and crew members describe the experience of filming on exotic island locations. While the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, versatile islands of Hawaii or tropical locations in the South Pacific may create a priceless picture, today’s filmmakers need more monetary incentives. P3 Update takes a look at its first group of islands that are grabbing the attention of filmmakers worldwide through a variety of incentives.

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Utah Governor Signs Tax Credit Legislation for Film Industry

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Utah’s Legislature approved a nationally competitive increase in the tax incentive for film makers that will boost the motion picture tax incentive from 20 to up to 25 percent of the dollars left in the state in the form of a fully refundable post performance tax credit or cash rebate. Governor Gary R. Herbert signed House Bill 99, Motion Picture Incentives Amendments, into law. The Legislature approved an ongoing tax credit fund of $6.8 million for the Motion Picture Incentive Fund (MPIF).

“Our vision for the State of Utah is to be recognized as a premiere global business destination,” said Governor Herbert. “The expanded motion picture incentive will enable us to position Utah and its talented motion picture and digital media work force to compete on a global basis for the film and digital media industries. These are important industries to our economy’s future.”

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