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Film Induced Tourism: Real for Los Angeles, Not Louisiana

May 13, 2011 by

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One common argument made by those in favor of state film incentives in places like Louisiana, Michigan, New Mexico and Georgia is that filming drives secondary economic benefits through “film induced tourism” (FIT). The sales pitch has become familiar in many states and film backers point to some common examples to support their case.  The following […]

California Not Benefiting from Post Production on Big Budget Runaways

April 29, 2011 by

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When the recent film Battle: Los Angeles hit Los Angeles area movie theaters, much of the attention in the press focused on the fact that the film was made in Louisiana.  Indeed, much of the live action and principal photography was done in Louisiana, which is also where most of the film’s budget was spent.  […]