Film tax credits focus on rural Georgia

State lawmakers want to send more film work to the rural corners of the state. A measure expanding tax credits for the film industry sweetens a new perk for post-production work, awarding an additional tax break for work done in the state’s poorer and less developed counties. Gov. Nathan Deal signed the bill into law this week. Read the full article on The Valdosta Daily Times. 

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