Kentucky lawmakers said the incentives could be reviewed again. “We do have to make sure that if we’re using taxpayer money we’re truly getting a return on that investment,” Democratic Senator Morgan McGarvey said.
Following up on the report of best large cities where Atlanta ranked 2nd, MovieMaker has released its best small cities to live in. #1 is Savannah.
Georgia House Speaker David Ralston announced Wednesday he’s starting a legislative effort to further boost the state’s booming film, TV and entertainment industry.
State Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said today that 2018 was another banner year for Georgia with increases in jobs, work force and employed residents.
Laurie talks about their partnerships with brands and filmmakers and how they interact with their clients.
“The film business as we know it is never going back to Los Angeles. It’s a jump ball in terms of what the next big city that could build the industry is going to be,” director Joe Carnahan
This news marks a 48% subscriber increase year over year and catapults Hulu’s customer reach beyond that of the country’s largest cable and satellite pay TV providers.
Productions that spend more than half of their total budget in Massachusetts or film at least half the time in the state are eligible for a 25 percent production credit and a sales tax exemption, with the same $50,000 minimum in-state spend mentioned above.
Founded in 2011, this year marks the 8th annual awards program for the critics group. GAFCA is made up of 32 film critics from around the state, representing print, television, radio and online media.
COE professor Regina Rahimi, Ed.D., explained that the film highlights topics that are relevant for teachers, principals, parents and others working with today’s youth.