Competitors are taking the ax to tax credits, shifting production back to the Golden State’s once-gutted industry
California Film Commission
“Hollywood wants to come home and now we have the tools in place to make it happen,” says LA Mayor Eric Garcetti
With better-funded and less arbitrary program coming, 246 applications are received and just 18 are accepted for review
Draft rules lay out details of new program, which triples annual funding and lets more projects qualify
Applications for California’s increased production incentives will be accepted May 11-17
Runaway projects accounted for nearly $2 billion in spending outside the state, a new Film Commission report says
Filmmaker Michael Moore says the feds should stop other countries from luring U.S. productions. Tax credits could be the answer
California's $100 million film and TV production tax credit program is extended for two years as Gov. Jerry Brown signs the bills into law
Gov. Brown hasn't indicated where he stands on the legislation, which would extend California's TV and film production tax credits through 2017
As the California Legislature nears a vote on extending its TV and film tax credits, even its backers admit the program is under-funded and over-subscribed
Cities, counties urged to adopt California Film Commission guidelines under plan endorsed by L.A. Economic Development Corp., FilmL.A.
The deadline for applications for state tax credits has passed, and now the lottery for that funding begins
The group includes past and present top execs from Fox, Warner Bros. TV — and a Teamster
A public conversation must be had about Los Angeles losing its title as the world’s capital of entertainment, not to mention the money that goes...