Los Angeles (August 2, 2010) — Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger announced Friday that the California Film & Television Tax Credit Program that was a part of last year’s budget agreement has achieved its desired goal of keeping scores of film and television productions in state. In its first year, the California Film Commission allocated $200 million in tax credits to 77 projects. This year, another 30 projects are set to receive an additional $100 million in tax credit allocations, which exhausts the fiscal year funding.
President Ken Howard will share details about his long career and his vision for the future of Screen Actors Guild at Chicago's KMRC on Thursday, a free event for members of SAG, AFTRA and Actors' Equity.
7 p.m. Thursday, July 29, 2010
Kaufherr Members Resource Center
One East Erie, Suite 660
Chicago, IL 60611