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  • Film tax credit deal near

    Film tax credit deal near
    A tentative deal was reached Thursday in Annapolis to increase tax credits for film and television productions shot in Maryland, in a bid to keep popular TV series like "House of Cards" and "Veep" from abandoning the state. A joint conference...
  • Industry groups rally for film and TV tax-credit legislation

    Industry groups rally for film and TV tax-credit legislation
    A coalition of entertainment industry groups, politicians and community members rallied Saturday to support legislation that would extend and expand California’s film and TV tax credit, which is due to expire in 2017. Hundreds of people gathered...
  • Hollywood Vendors Rally for Improved Tax Credits

    Show business vendors have rallied in the San Fernando Valley in the middle of a warm weekend with promises to support legislation to sweeten California's film tax credit program. Organizers said more than 600 attendees came to the rally at prop house...
  • Beleaguered producer of martial arts movies hopes to strike gold again

    Beleaguered producer of martial arts movies hopes to strike gold again
    Julius R. Nasso made a name for himself as the business partner of Steven Seagal, producing some of the ponytailed martial arts expert's best-known films. That was before Nasso's own life began to resemble a Hollywood mafia saga and he landed in prison....
  • Local firms that rely on film industry fight to keep jobs here

    Local firms that rely on film industry fight to keep jobs here
    In 1958, Ed Michelson started a motion picture catering company — Michelson Food Services — and made food for the cast and crew on such classic films as "West Side Story" and "Some Like it Hot." Michelson was one of the first to operate a...
  • 'Need For Speed' rushing to top at Chinese theaters

    What might “Need for Speed” have in common with “Pacific Rim,” “Escape Plan” and “Cloud Atlas”? The Dreamworks driving film might end up being one of those (increasingly less) rare Hollywood movies to...
  • U.K. to give film industry more tax relief

    The British government took another step to lure filmmakers across the Atlantic. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne announced Wednesday that the government had approved enhancements to the United Kingdom's film-tax-relief program, which will...
  • Report: California film tax credit a good investment

    Report: California film tax credit a good investment
    A new report from the nation's largest metropolitan planning organization says California's film and television tax credit program is a good investment, but needs to be extended and restructured to keep the entertainment industry from fleeing the state....
  • Review: 'The Den' has little to say on snuff film industry

     Review: 'The Den' has little to say on snuff film industry
    The latest entry in the found-footage subgenre, "The Den" centers on its eponymous Internet hangout where purveyors of snuff films lurk. Grad student Elizabeth Benton (Melanie Papalia), who has received a grant to research the chat network, soon witnesses...
  • Ted Schilowitz Joins Barco, Will Work on Improving Theater Experience

    Innovator and futurist Ted Schilowitz has joined projection tech company Barco, which has dubbed him "CinemaVangelist." It's not the first unusual title for Schilowitz, who was "leader of the rebellion" when he was topper of Red Camera Co., and still...
  • California Production Tax Credit Generated $4.3 Billion in Activity

    Backers of expanding California's Film and Television Tax Credit Program have received a strong endorsement from a new study by the Southern California Association of Governments. The study, released Thursday, asserts that the current program -- funded...