Motion picture tax credit changes proposed to attract larger films

REP. MARVIN L. ABNEY, at left, has proposed a bill, recently passed by the House, that wold broaden the state’s motion picture tax credit program, in an effort to attract larger films and documentary productions. At right is Speaker Nicholas A. Mattiello. / PBN FILE PHOTO ELI SHERMAN.
REP. MARVIN L. ABNEY, at left, sponsored a bill passed by the House that would broaden the state’s motion picture tax credit program, in an effort to attract larger films and documentary productions. At right is House Speaker Nicholas A. Mattiello. / PBN FILE PHOTO ELI SHERMAN.
PROVIDENCE – The R.I. House has approved a bill that would broaden the state’s motion picture tax credit program, in an effort to attract larger films and documentary productions. The proposal would allow the productions to use state tax credits even if most of the work isn’t done within the state, as long as at…

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