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Archive for December 2009

Clock is Ticking on IRS Section 181 Film Tax Incentive!

December 11, 2009

“American Jobs Creation Act: Section 181” provides 100% Federal deductions against passive income. State Film Production Tax Credits may also be available. What Is Section 181? How Does Section 181 Work? Who Is Eligible for Section 181 Deductions? Section 181, first enacted by Congress in 2004, and blogged about here, was extended and modified on […]

IndieFilmLaw’s News & Blog Alerts

December 11, 2009

IndieFilmLaw News Alert Film Series and Movie Listings Documentary and the Avant-Garde Film The ‘Balibo’ Ban in Jakarta> Jason Reitman the “little indie director that could” Sarah Hyland: A Back Stage Exclusive (Indie film with Ryan Pinkston) Aviva Kempner – child of Holocaust survivors, makes Jewish content her life’s work in film. […]

IndieFilmLaw’s News & Blog Alerts

December 10, 2009

News Alert: IndieFilmLaw Review: Ti West indie horror film can scrapes nerves> Jim Gaffigan Coming To Peekskill, also seen in such independent films as The Living Wake Affleck, Stewart films taking Sundance road trip Chris Bosh’s new Toronto-filmed DVD shows star feeling at home in Canada Blogs Alerts: IndieFilmLaw citizen-video: Upcoming […]

Indie Film News

December 8, 2009

The Film Department is trying to pay debts and transform its business Los Angeles Times,0,5128384.storylink> The alternative British independent film awards> Oscar-worthy holiday movie openings> Movies: ‘Up in the Air’ receives “soaring” reviews Law, Mirren, Weisz And Stewart To Compete For Theatre Awards> The Film Department Holdings Goes Public> […]