Whether from Humboldt County or Hollywood Boulevard, the film commissioners and industry officials who gathered Friday for the California Locations Breakfast had the same goal: Keep as much production as possible from running away to other states and countries.
At the event in West Hollywood, California Film Commission Executive Director Amy Lemisch explained to officials and producers that the state offers diverse locations, unmatched talent pools, superior infrastructure and a tax credit program for film and television productions.
"We're here to assist and facilitate your productions throughout the state," Lemisch told producers.
The main assistance they're interested in, though, is how much of the next $100 million in tax credits they can get their shows approved for.
CLICK HERE for more information.