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Thu February 21, 2013
Stateside: What film tax credit cuts mean for Michigan filmmakers
The following is asummary of a previously recorded interview. To hear the complete segment, click the audio above.
Governor Snyder's proposal to cut the state's film tax credits from $50 million to $25 million has left the Michigan filmmaking community wondering if they can keep their heads above water.
The divisive proposal has some lawmakers pledging to fight to maintain the state's current tax credits while others stand by the Governor's and say the incentive takes money away from "must-have" programs such as public safety and education.
Michael Zervos of Northville, a Michigan filmmaker, is the head of Mother and Midwife Pictures, and is currently in pre-production for his film "Papou," which employs Michigan actors and will be filmed in Michigan.
Michigan Radio's Cynthia Canty spoke with Zervos about his concerns with Governor Snyder's proposal.
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