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Industry Studies

2016

Film and Television Tax Credit Program: Progress Report – October 2016 (.PDF) – California Film Commission

FilmL.A. 2016 Television Pilot Production Report (.PDF)FilmL.A., Inc.

2015

FilmL.A., Inc. 2015 Feature Film Study (.PDF)FilmL.A., Inc.

FilmL.A., Inc. 2015 Production Retrospective (.PDF)FilmL.A., Inc.

Film and Television Tax Credit Program: Progress Report – August 2015 (.PDF) – California Film Commission

FilmL.A. 2015 Television Pilot Production Report (.PDF) – FilmL.A., Inc.

2014

“CFC Progress Report: Film and TV Tax Credit Program” (.PDF) – California Film Commission

FilmL.A. 2014 Feature Film Study (.PDF) – FilmL.A., Inc.

Film & TV Tax Credit: Assessing the Impact (.PDF) – Southern California Association of Governments

What California Must Do to Remain Competitive in Entertainment – and Keep Jobs – Milken Institute

2013

An Analysis of the Runaway Production Phenomena on the Film and Television Production Industries in the United States and California (.PDF) –  Georgina Stevens; European School of Economics

2012

UCLA Report on California Film Incentive  – UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment

2011

AB1069 CA Film Incentive Senate Analysis – Official California Legislative Information

California Film and Television Tax Credit Program: An Economic Impact Study (.PDF) – Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation

2010

Film Flight: Lost Production and Its Economic Impact on California – Milken Institute