Special Message Regarding OEID's High Level Overview Of The 2015 Legislative Changes Made To The Film Program

August 12, 2015

The 2015 Legislative Session produced twelve separate bills impacting Louisiana's Motion Picture Incentive Program which are now state law. Louisiana Entertainment is committed to providing the most current information regarding the tax credit program. Click here for a high-level overview of the changes and when they become effective. The Louisiana Department of Revenue has posted updated numbers on the amount of credits claimed by taxpayers and the impact of the $180 million cap. Click HERE to be directed to that site. 

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