Louisiana, Georgia, New York, and Canada have, in recent years, grabbed a lot of film and television production that was once done in the Los Angeles area.
But, California is fighting back. The state tripled its tax incentives in an effort to help keep the work. It’s offering millions to shows to come back to Hollywood, and millions to big budget films.
And the money seems to be paying off.
We recently toured 20th Century Props, a Southern California prop house that recently reopened its doors.
Click the media player above to hear more, and click through the slideshow to see what goes on inside 20th Century Props.
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