After more than a decade
since its implementation,
the economic effects of the
Georgia film tax credit are felt
in every corner of the state.

Media Outlets Across State Tout Success of Film Tax Credit

With the release of a Georgia Tech study showing that the film industry’s direct spend in Georgia is significantly higher than previously reported, the Georgia Screen Entertainment Coalition said the findings prove the industry’s investment and job creation is paying off for taxpayers.

Georgia Tech Study Confirms Film Tax Credit Success

Hollywood had practically ignored central Georgia’s largest city for two years prior to 2019. But its onscreen fortunes took a big upturn in the past 12 months.

Macon celebrating a busy year on movie, TV screens

Production of some of the most popular films largely took place in Georgia – a state rapidly becoming one of the country’s largest film and television production hubs.

Production in the Peach State

Black Panther generated more than $83.9 million in local economic activity and contributed over $26.5 million in wages to more than 3,100 workers across Georgia.

Black Panther has $83.9M Impact

In, 2017, Gov. Deal signed HB 199, adding a new tax credit for post-production companies and making the interactive entertainment credit available for more gaming companies.

House Bill 199 Explained


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