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Base Incentive Rate 5% - 20%
*Underutilized or Economically Distressed Areas Incentive Additional 2.5%
Minimum In-state Spend 5% for $250,000 - $1 million
10% for $1 million - $3.5 million
20% for $3.5 million+
Qualifying Expenses Wages, Invoices and Petty Cash
Per Project Cap None
Qualified Labor First $1 million of each Texas Resident
Program Qualifications 70% of paid crew and 70% of paid cast members, including extras, must be Texas Residents
60% of total production days must be completed in Texas
Episodic Television Series
Interstitial Television Programming
Nationally Syndicated Talk Show
For Reality Television see separate section below.
Texas spending can include eligible pre-production, production and post-production expenditures.
This is taken from http://gov.texas.gov/film/incentives/miiip
- 30% fully refundable tax credit on qualified production and post-production expenses incurred during production/post production in New York State.
Post Production Credit:
- 30%-35% on qualified post-production expenses incurred in New York State. This program is for productions which are not eligible for the film production tax credit program.
- 5% on qualified production expenses for commercials and a 20% annual growth credit. Applications submitted annually.
- 20% of your Oregon-based goods and services
- An additional cash payment of up to 16.2% of wages paid to production personnel
Unlike other states' programs, these incentives are cash rebates as opposed to tax credits. This enables us to deliver you a check quickly and efficiently. Additionally, Oregon's lack of any sales tax on goods and services can immediately save you 7 to 8 percent.
The Orlando region covers Orange, Seminole, Lake and Osceola counties and the City of Orlando, extending over 4,012 square miles. Rolling hills, wild swamps and jungles, unspoiled pastures and great bodies of water paint a diverse landscape that can fit almost every location need. The Gulf of Mexico to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east are approximately a one-hour drive away. There are urban pockets, quiet suburbs, and winding roads leading to rustic, small towns. In the midst of it all, palatial estates, ranging from Georgian to Mediterranean, outline well-manicured golf courses and more great bodies of water.
Welcome to the filming destination of your dreams. With year-round warm weather, diverse locations, expert local support, and production services and accommodations that are easy on the bottom line, Florida's Paradise Coast is Production Paradise.
Bigger than some states, Florida's Paradise Coast offers a broad array of choices for shooting. Located in Southwest Florida, the region is composed of three main areas: Naples, Marco Island and the Everglades. You'll find broad white sand beaches and piers, quaint Mediterranean-influenced architecture, a charming downtown, historic districts, farms and ranchlands, Native American culture, unique wildlife, and subtropical wilderness. We are the western gateway to the Everglades National Park and we also have the Fakahatchee State Preserve and the Big Cypress National Preserve in our backyard.
Arriving in the Paradise Coast is surprisingly easy by either interstate or plane. Accommodations range from world-class beach and golf resorts to elegant boutique hotels and charming beach rentals, so you can find the best lodging for the best value.
The Paradise Coast Film Commission is a full-service agency, ready to help make productions run smoothly, on time and on budget. From permitting to location scouting to support services and accommodations, we will help ensure your production is a success.