Louisiana Film Credits
Film Tax Credit Experts
Louisiana Film Industry
Alphabetical Listings ~ 13 ~
Film Baton Rouge - With a variety of locations, the state’s largest studio facility and generous state and local incentives, the capital city is camera ready. Come see what Baton Rouge has to offer.
Film New Orleans - The Mayor’s Office of Cultural Economy. Want to film in New Orleans? Start here. Film New Orleans acts as a liaison for all film and video projects working in the city. The City of New Orleans generates a blanket, free of charge film permit that is required to acquire all additional permits through other city agencies.
Louisiana Entertainment: Louisiana Film and Television - The tax credits, talented workforce and well-developed infrastructure help create great filmmaking experiences. But directors and producers keep coming back to Louisiana for the less-tangible assets, such as the variety of locations, unique joie de vivre and the overwhelming support of Louisiana's citizens.
Louisiana Entertainment Tax Credits - Louisiana’s unique tax incentive package was created in 2002 to lead the nation: 30% tax credit on qualified direct production Louisiana expenditures, Additional 5% tax credit for payroll expenditures to Louisiana residents, No annual cap, Tax credits may be used to offset income tax liability in Louisiana (corporate or personal), sold back to the State for 85% face value, or brokered on the open market.
Louisiana Film & Entertainment Association - The Louisiana Film & Entertainment Association is a newly formed organization created to further promote the film and entertainment industry in the State of Louisiana. The association provides a wide variety of services to its members including industry updates, legislative and regulatory monitoring and reporting, and a variety of networking and communication services. The organization offers a range of membership levels to accommodate all businesses and individuals involved or in support of the entertainment industry.
Louisiana Film and Video Magazine - Louisiana Film & Video Magazine A bi-monthly trade publication for the Louisiana film, video, and audio production community. Featuring informative production news, film, video and audio guest columns with powerful story features. Louisiana Film & Video Magazine also showcases company and individual profiles, announcements and important resource information.
Louisiana Film Grants - Recent tax credits and production incentives given to filmmakers in Louisiana have boosted the state’s film projects in the past year. Louisiana residents interested in using film to contribute to the state’s cultural heritage have the additional benefit of applying for monetary grants.
Louisiana Film Locations - Providing location scout, management, coordination services to feature film, TV and still producers. A collection of over 5,000 photographs of Louisiana Swamps, New Orleans, Baton Rouge and more of Southern Louisiana.
Louisiana Film Prize - The Louisiana Film Prize is a short narrative film contest with one rule: You have to shoot your film in the Shreveport-Bossier area. That’s it. Post production, music and effects can all be done at home. Film in Shreveport-Bossier (and be able to prove it), and you will be eligible for the Louisiana Film Prize and, most importantly, you will be eligible to win it.
Louisiana Film Tax Credit Experts ~ FBT Film & Entertainment - New Orleans - Our Louisiana film tax credit team can help producers optimize a production. You can also buy tax credits for use against your Louisiana income tax liability. We can also help you finance a production, provide a banking relationship or even find a local sound stage or studio.
New Orleans Film Society - In addition to the annual Film Festival each fall, the NOFS hosts special events throughout the year: the French Film Festival, Film-o-Rama, the New Orleans International Children’s Film Festival, and other events designed to benefit local film audiences, artists, and professionals.
New Orleans Office of Film and Video - New Orleans boasts the most diverse portfolio of film and television work in the state of Louisiana, catering to the largest of studio features, the smallest of independent projects and also to a wide range of television and commercial productions. Louisiana increases tax incentives.
NOVAC (New Orleans Video Access Center) - Now in our 40th year of operation, NOVAC is the longest continuously running media-arts 501(c)(3) nonprofit in the Southeastern US. We have a mission to cultivate a sustainable film community by providing access to resources, education and locally generated content. NOVAC accomplishes this mission through education, career development, community outreach, independent productions, and special events.