Another Louisiana shot film is released today but movie production is slowing
Posted on 6/24/2016 1:40:00 AM.

The Louisiana filmed movie, Free State of Jones, starring Matthew McConaughey comes out in theaters today. Executive Director of Celtic Studios Patrick Mulhearn says the movie revolves around a Mississippi farmer who tries to secede from the Confederacy. He says the movie is set during the Civil War and was filmed in 10 different Louisiana parishes.
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Three cities in LA rank in top 10 for best places for movie makers
Posted on 2/4/2016 12:05:00 PM.

Three Louisiana cities are in the Top 10 of the best places to live and work as a moviemaker in 2016. New Orleans ranks number two, Baton Rouge comes in at number three and Shreveport-Bossier is ranked ninth.
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Survey shows more than 80% of Louisianians believe movies are good for the economy
Posted on 4/21/2015 4:14:00 AM.
According to an LSU Public Policy Polling survey done for the state's film industry, 80% of Louisianians agree it's good for the economy to have movies made here. The survey also found that about half of the public isn't aware that Louisiana is No. 1 in the nation for movie production.
patrick mulhearn, movies, film tax credits, public policy polling

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