San Diego’s Pitch To Become A Big Filmmaking Destination

California instated its current tax incentive program in 2015. Beyond awarding $300 million a year in funding to filmmakers, the state offers an extra incentive for films shot outside of Los Angeles County. San Diego—traditionally the tousle-haired stepchild of filming hubs L.A. and San Francisco—has been quietly expanding its appeal to filmmakers.

Rising film director showcases talent at Georgia State

Rising film director Erika Anderson showcased her talent in the Campus Movie Fest (CMF) on Monday, Feb. 13. CMF, which is the World’s largest student film festival, was hosted at Georgia State University. Contestants were given one week to create five minute short films.

Georgia Changes Position on Interim Production Expenditures for the State’s Film Tax Credit

Effective on or after January 1, 2017, interim production expenditures qualify for the film tax credit subject to the following two conditions/limitations: (1) the subsequent season is filmed in Georgia and (2) the expenditures can be claimed only in the taxable year in which the subsequent season begins, even if those expenditures were incurred in the prior taxable year.

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