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Acting Jobs Could Be Returning To Hollywood | Backstage

30, 2014, 5:02 p.m. Production flight from California is a problem almost as old as the original Hollywoodland neighborhood. But the departure of TV series and big-budgeted films has been accelerated in the past decade as states around the country have poured millions into their entertainment industry incentive programs. The emergence of production centers like New Orleans, Atlanta and Charlotte, North Carolina has boon a boon for local actors in these cities. At the same time, the Los Angeles acting community, particularly background resource performers, has faced additional challenges finding work. That could soon change. California lawmakers on Friday passed Assembly bill 1839, which increases the budget for the California Film and Television Tax Credit Program from $100 million kim kardashian music video annually to $330 million. It also replaced the lottery system that producers criticized for awarding credits in a haphazard manner. The added money will go into the programs 2015-16 budget. <br>Source:

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