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New York Gov. Aims to Boost Film Tax Credits to $700M As New Jersey Rivalry Heats Up
Since 2020, at least 10 productions chose to film in New Jersey or other jurisdictions instead of the...
Ballet Documentary ‘Call Me Dancer’ Sets World Premiere, Sales Agents – Global Bulletin
Entertainment Partners and Netflix each pledged £250,000 ($308,000) to form a PGGB talent development...
Netflix and Entertainment Partners to Train Next Generation of Production Accountants
Netflix, in partnership with Entertainment Partners, is calling for applicants to participate in a...
Topic: Training and EducationMore
Entertainment Partners and Netflix pledge £500K ($616K) to new PGGB Talent Development Fund
Entertainment Partners and Netflix have each pledged £250k ($308k) to form a new £500k ($616k) Production...
6FT From The Spotlight Wins Inaugural Earl of Wessex Award at PGGB Talent Showcase
Film and TV industry charity 6ft From the Spotlight were awarded The Production Guild of Great Britain’s...
Special Report: Entertainment – A Hollywood Education
It’s the best of times and the worst of times for employment in the entertainment/streaming industry.
Special Report: Entertainment – Soundstage Gold Rush
Hollywood is experiencing an ongoing boom that fills its Los Angeles production hub to overflow levels.
Union Roundup: Production Incentives Experts Gather, Hoping Hollywood Can Bring Economic Recovery As We Learn to Live With Covid
Entertainment Partners offered an update on U.S. Production Incentives for 2022. The seminar focused on...
Hollywood production in U.K. soars to record levels as crews complain of burnout
Spending on film and high-end television shoots reach record-breaking amounts as production activity...
Explaining Hollywood: How to get a job as a production accountant
Mark Goldstein speaks to the LA Times about the high demand for production accountants
Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Festival 2022 Winners Include ‘Please Baby Please,’ ‘Mars One’
‘Please Baby Please’ and ‘Mars One’ among winners of the 40th Anniversary Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Film...
Iceland Increases Film Tax Incentive to 35 Percent
The country puts itself in a position to go toe-to-toe with other international filming hot spots.
Remote Workforces Create New Employment Challenges for Employers
Employers should be aware of any local tax obligations for employees working remotely.
Topic: Payroll TaxMore
More Movies Could Soon be Filmed in WA as Inslee OKs Film Incentives Passed by Legislature
The law will provide tax breaks for filmmakers looking to make movies in Washington
Georgia Proposes Capping and Prohibiting Sale of Film Tax Credits
The changes, if signed into law, would cap the amount Georgia hands out in film and TV tax credits at $900...
How Oregon’s updated film incentive law could boost the local economy
A new Oregon film and media incentive law could draw more movie productions to the state.
Russian Invasion Hits Ukrainian Production Industry Just Starting to Go International
"Ukraine was just starting to open up to the world, now everything has closed up again."
The Stage is Set
Puerto Rico Beckons to Film & TV Production Industry
Why the Cherokee Nation is Offering Rebates to Film in Oklahoma
Joseph Chianese speaks to the LA Times on new incentive
PayTalk: The Recipe for a Successful Payroll 2022 (Part One)
Davida Lara joins the PayTalk podcast to share strategies for leading successful teams
Film Commission Report Highlights Covid Costs as Production Ramps Up
Covid-compliance measures impact production budgets, estimating $90 million or more
California productions to spend at least $90 million on COVID-19 safety measures
A new report has put a price tag COVID-19-related costs, according to data released from the California...
AFM 2021 Online: Entertainment Partners Explores the Future of Production
Content creators, production technology developers, production finance experts, and media thought leaders...
Topic: Production TechnologyMore
How to solve a compounding problem?
The perennial shortage of production accountants has been made worse by the competition for resources, but...
‘No Straight Lines’ & ‘Firstness’ Among Top Winners At Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Film Festival – Complete Winners List
Outfest has announced the award winners of its 2021 Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Film Festival.
Global Expansion and the Strategic Partnership With Payroll
Payroll Operations and Data Considerations when Making Strategic Growth Decisions
Getting a New Start
Davida Lara shares tips on transitioning into your next role
Global Payroll Titan Award 2021
Davida Lara, CPP, named this year's Global Payroll Titan
Winning Payroll Solutions Start with the Right Team
Davida Lara on why the people who make up a payroll team are critical to delivering results
Profiles in Leadership: Martin Mazor, SVP and CISO, Entertainment Partners
Why Identity is at the Core of Every New Security and Business Initiative
Topic: EP ExpertsMore
Why Payroll is 'Sexy'
EP EVP of Payroll, Davida Lara, explains her passion for the industry
FilmOntario Welcomes Four New Board Members at 2020 AGM
Andy Micallef appointed to the FilmOntario Board
Film Tax Credit Programs Face Uncertain Future
Tax incentive programs draw high profile productions, cautious optimism for California
Canadian Industry Directs Financing to Black Media Creators
Move follows Black producers north of the border demanding end to "systemically racist policies."
The Source Podcast: Featuring Davida Lara
Payroll transformations: From payments to hiring
Below The Line Podcast Season 6 Episode 6: COVID-19 and Central Casting
A podcast about the film industry: stories from the set, told by crew
British Production Sector Moves Forward Gingerly as Filming Resumes
British government gives the green light for film and TV production to resume, but how can this be done...
California Production Can Begin June 12, but Officials Leave Rules Up to the Industry
The industry is still working on getting buy-in for all parties to coalesce around one set of rules
What a Reopened Hollywood Looks Like: COVID-19 Officers on Set and Budgeting for More Shutdowns
Hollywood is waiting and ready (as much as it can be) to get back to work
'Payroll Is Sexy'
Davida Lara, CPP, Shares How She Reached the C-Suite
Coronavirus is Going to Make Film Shoots More Expensive. Here’s How.
Returning to production will mean following new COVID guidelines, bigger budgets
After the Coronavirus, the Race to Resume Film Production Goes Global
Countries compete for attention as production ramps up following extended shutdowns
Production protocols on COVID-19 expected for early June
Protocols on how to safely mount production in the time of coronavirus will be available by early June,...
New Mexico-Produced Show Could be Model for Future Filming
How self-contained filming locations prove valuable example for safe production practices
FilmLA Chief Expects Production To Resume “In Reverse Of How It Closed Down”
SF film office staffers pressed into duty as triage coordinators
Entertainment Partners and Netflix Pledge £500K ($608K) to New PGGB Talent Development Fund
Production Guild of Great Britain (PGGB) Talent Development Fund will support the development and...
Entertainment Partners Launches New Production Incentive Tools
New Online Tools help Filmmakers and Producers to Identify their Best Global Tax Incentives
Entertainment Partners Launches COVID-19 Reopening Tracker
Digital solution to help productions comply with pandemic regulations
Entertainment Partners Launches Production Finance Studio
New digital solution helps entertainment industry comply with guidelines, reopen safely
Entertainment Partners Acquires UK-Based We Got POP
Positions EP as leading global production partner for the entertainment industry
Entertainment Partners Acquires SyncOnSet Technologies
Creator of collaboration and productivity tools for the entertainment industry