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Indiana establishes new tax credit for filmmakers

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The State of Indiana will soon begin investing in growing its creative industry, offering a new Film and Media Tax Credit for television, film, music or digital media productions.

This credit was established in the 2022 legislative session through Senate Enrolled Act 361.

Filmmakers believe this will help “build a robust, competitive and sustainable media industry and infrastructure in Indiana while attracting new investment and tourism to the state.”

Applications for the tax credit open this Friday.

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Thor August 3, 2022 at 10:22 pm

Hollyweird gets too much of our money as it is…we don’t need them here. They will just misuse the funds and try to propagandize us through their ‘art’.

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