WTF: Florida Film Incentive Bill Could Deny Tax Credits to Films with ‘Non-traditional Family Values’
Posted on Monday, March 8th, 2010 by Russ Fischer
While many countries offer direct public financing for films, in the United States the primary form of public film funding comes through tax credits.
The state of Florida is considering a new tax incentive bill to draw film production to the state, and a provision in the bill would allow denial of tax breaks to films that feature ‘non-traditional family values.’ What does that phrase mean, exactly? No one knows. Read More »