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Film & TV Tax Incentives in the U.S. : Courting Hollywood

Author: Daniel Wheatcroft; Glenda Cantrell
Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2018.
Series: Routledge Studies in Media Theory and Practice
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"Entertainment tax incentives are one of the greatest tools in the arsenal of filmmaking. They pay a portion of production expenditures back to the filmmaker, while creating powerful economic engines for the states who implement them properly. They are high in the list of considerations for executives to sign off before a movie receives a go ahead for production, even to the point of dictating the location of where  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Wheatcroft; Glenda Cantrell
ISBN: 9781351037105 1351037102 9781351037082 1351037080
OCLC Number: 1021776873
Description: 1 online resource : text file, PDF.
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Series Information; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; 1 Making Movies?; Why Entertainment?; Types of Jobs; Retrained Labor; College Students; Support Businesses; Finance, Insurance, and Legal; Mobility; Green; Why Entertainment Incentives?; Conclusion; Notes; 2 Understanding Entertainment Incentives; Qualifying Productions; Type of Production; Budget; Shooting Days; Additional Notes; Types of Incentives; Other Incentives and Perks; Note; 3 Understanding the Entertainment Industry; The Studio Structure; Determining Profit. Independent FilmsOther Considerations; Limited Liability Company; Subsidies versus Incentives; The Industry and Incentives; Courting Hollywood; Notes; 4 The Political Climate; Misunderstanding Incentives; Partisan Politics; Corruption; A Final Note; Notes; 5 Infrastructure; Soundstages; Editing; Ancillary Companies; Conclusion; 6 Making Incentives Work; Measuring Effectiveness; When Incentives Work; Permanent Residents; Visiting Professionals; Tourism; When Incentives Donâ#x80;#x99;t Work; Overexpansion; Fraud; Underperformance; Making Incentives Work; Notes; 7 Avoiding Pitfalls. Successful Types of ProductionFilmmaking; Other Productions to Avoid; Conclusion; Note; 8 The Union Equation; SAG-AFTRA; IATSE; The DGA; The Teamsters; Conclusion; Notes; 9 Benefit Businesses; Banking; Pre-Sales; Negative Pickup; Incentives; Other Banking Areas; Security; Insurance; Attorneys; Other Areas; Conclusion; 10 Courting Hollywood; How to Talk to Hollywood; How to Talk to Your State; Conclusion; Note; Index.
Series Title: Routledge Studies in Media Theory and Practice
Responsibility: editors, Cantrell, Glenda.

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"Entertainment tax incentives are one of the greatest tools in the arsenal of filmmaking. They pay a portion of production expenditures back to the filmmaker, while creating powerful economic engines for the states who implement them properly. They are high in the list of considerations for executives to sign off before a movie receives a go ahead for production, even to the point of dictating the location of where a production is filmed. Yet, they are misunderstood by the filmmakers who use them, the politicians who create them, the economists who measure them, and even the scholars who study them. This book puts all the pieces together in a comprehensive look at how the entertainment industry works, how it uses incentives, and how incentives can benefit a filmmaker - or a state."--Provided by publisher.

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