Part of California’s $330 million tax incentive program for film and television production will go toward tax credits for visual-effects work, the Wall Street Journal reports. The new program covers 25 percent of eligible expenditures in postproduction, up from 20 percent under the old program, in an attempt to prevent more of the visual effects industry from fleeing the state.
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