|Posted on 5/18/2017 4:20:00 PM.|
The Louisiana Film and Entertainment Association supports proposed changes to the state’s film tax credit program. A Senate-approved measure would place a front-end cap on the program, as opposed to the back-end cap enacted in 2015. LFEA president Robert Vosbein says the bill also reserves 10% of the available credits for Louisiana filmmakers.
|Robert Vosbein, Louisiana Film and Entertainment Association, film industry|
|Posted on 3/9/2017 1:51:00 PM.|
Michelle Southern reporting.
The Louisiana Film and Entertainment Association has launched a campaign aimed at urging the legislature to make changes to the state’s film tax credit program. Jim Hornbeak sits on the LFEA's Executive Board. He says when the cap was implemented a few years ago, it crippled the stability and predictability of the industry.
|Louisiana Film and Entertainment Association, film tax credits, jim hornbeak|
|Posted on 9/17/2015 3:52:00 AM.|
The new president of the Louisiana Film and Entertainment Association is eager to work with the new governor and legislature on removing or altering the current 180-million dollar cap that was put on the state’s film tax credit program this year. Robert Vosbein, CEO of the Silver Screen Group, took over for Will French and says his message to policy makers will be that thousands of jobs are at stake.
|Louisiana Film and Entertainment Association, Robert Vosbein, Silver Screen Group, film tax credit program cap|