Today we distributed to state legislators a short infographic video on how the film and television production incentive has created good jobs, helped small businesses grow, and keeps graduates from local colleges entering the field working in our state. Ask your legislators to watch this video!
Governor Baker signs the state budget for FY 2016 that recognizes the importance of film jobs and business to our economy and supports Massachusetts families.
Margie Sullivan, President of the Massachusetts Production Coalition issued the following statement on the budget approved by the House and Senate that creates jobs and supports local businesses.
Our Work is Having an Impact! Read here for the current status of the State Budget, House Bill 62, and actions you can take keep the film jobs and businesses in MA.
Register early! Tuesday, May 12th: Gardner Auditorium at the Massachusetts State House. Your legislators need to hear from you personally about the impact the film incentive program and local industry has on your jobs and businesses.
Contact your legislators today! Use the simple form linked here to oppose Governor Baker’s Proposal H.62 to eliminate the Massachusetts film and television tax incentive program.
The film and television production incentive is creating jobs and growing an industry. Because of the success of the program, local entrepreneurs are building businesses that are part of the state’s growing creative economy.
Read here to learn more about Governor Baker’s proposal to phase-out the Film Tax Incentive, and what you can do as a Massachusetts resident to advocate for our industry.
Massachusetts doesn’t have to put one group of people out of work to help another group struggling to get ahead. Expanding the earned income tax credit is important, but kicking the strong and growing film and television production industry out of our state will only hurt our economy and result in thousands of Massachusetts jobs lost.