Film Industry Tax Credits

Talk of Alaska Host Steve Heimel

The film industry tax credit bill, Senate Bill 23, is undergoing some changes in the House, and there is a risk of  no decision on renewing the program this year.  The program does not expire until next year, but supporters say the planning horizons of the industry are such that plans already in the works will be cancelled if there is no assurance the tax credits will be renewed.  Are the House changes deal breakers?

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HOST: Steve Heimel


  • Jeffrey Silverman, Blueberry Productions, longtime Alaska film-maker
  • Ron Holmstrom, Screen Actor’s Guild
  • Bob Crockett, Piksik Corporation, President, Alaska Film Group


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LIVE Broadcast: Tuesday, April 10, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. on APRN stations statewide.

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