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New Push In Calif. To Offer More Tax Incentives To Bring Back Runaway TV, Movie Production

Businessmen and politicians are urging California to get more aggressive in offering tax incentives to lure movie and television production back to the state.

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Katy Butler and Terry Moran pose for a photo before a panel discussion after a screeing of the documentary "Bully" at MPAA on March 15, 2012 in Washington, DC. (credit: Kris Connor/Getty Images for The Weinstein Company)

Weinstein Company Bypasses ‘R’ Rating By Releasing ‘Bully’ Unrated

The Weinstein Company lost their appeal of the MPAA’s “R” rating for their new movie “Bully” and have decided to instead release the film unrated. Industry experts say the move will allow more young people to see the movie.


Hollywood Leaders Say Weak Movie Business Will Rebound

Film revenues are down about 19 percent so far this year compared to 2010.


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Former Senator Named Head Of Motion Picture Group

Former Sen. Chris Dodd was named head of the Motion Picture Association of America.