Florence, South Carolina 2021-04-08 05:55:11 –
Charlotte, North Carolina (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE)-Experts say that a significant boost in business is heading towards the North Carolina film industry.
Georgia’s voting law has caused anger among film directors and threatened that many would withdraw their work in the state.
A few years ago, the loss of controversial bathroom bills and tax incentives left most of the film industry to Georgia.
But now, industry experts say the table is in favor of North Carolina.
“For selfish reasons, I want to get my job back in Charlotte and North Carolina. Obviously, it’s a double-edged sword because it unemploys people in Georgia,” said Charlotte’s casting agent Mitch Corrigan. ..
Mark Thorper owns a Carolina talent agency and believes that voting restrictions in Georgia will soon benefit the North Carolina film industry.
“There is talk that some works may leave Georgia and come back to us. The same thing happened when they left us and went to Georgia, due to certain laws, etc.” Said Thorper.
Mr. Thorper said politics is involved in everything, including the film industry.
“You have a very strong opinion from industry experts. If they don’t like what the laws that affect them affect them, they use it as a tip of negotiation, you I know, hey, we’re not going to make a movie, “Soper said.
Money also plays a big role in the place where the production takes place. North Carolina offers production companies tax incentives.
Governor Cooper has announced that the latest rebate recipients will have an economic impact of more than $ 134 million.
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