--2 Is an end to film incentives scarier than Anton Chigurh?
         
Feb. 8, 2016

Is an end to film incentives scarier than Anton Chigurh?

January 27, 2009, 12:00 am
By SFR Staff
A & M Agency, a talent agency approved by the Screen Actors Guild, is circulating an e-mail to members of the local film industry warning that certain elements in the Legislature plan to make a move gut the state's film incentive program sometime in February.

When this was brought up during an interim committee over the summer, the industry packed the hearing.

This time, to be prepared, A&M and Film Industry Promotion Association board member Frank Bond are asking local actors to file surveys (anonymous or not) on everything from where they live, how long they've been acting, whether they rent or own their homes and whether they receive health insurance.

You can download the survey here, but don't e-mail it to us. Instead, send it fhbond@aol.com.

 

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