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L.A. Sees More Production Days as Incentive Program Hits Full Stride

Hollywood production is booming thanks to the newly overhauled California tax credit incentive, according to recent numbers. Fueled partly by a number of high-profile television series relocating to Los Angeles from other states, the so-called “2.0” version of the incentive … Continue reading

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CA Rolls Out First “New Program” Tax Credit Lottery in May

On April 1, the California Film Commission will accept applications for its last-ever tax credit lottery under what is now being referred to the “old program.” The office made an announcement today that a large number of television series productions … Continue reading

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CA State Assembly Unanimously Votes to Supersize Production Incentives

The California State Assembly has unanimously passed a bill that would greatly expand production incentives in the state, extending tax credits for the first time to big-budget studio films and one-hour shows made for network, premium cable and the web. … Continue reading

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Consortium Pushes for Easing of L.A. Film Permitting Rules

A consortium of pro-entertainment business groups in Los Angeles have banded together to offer recommendations to cities across Southern California, which would make it easier to film location days in the area. A revised Model Film Ordinance and Best Practices … Continue reading

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