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    CoW Festival Officials Offer $500 Grant For Art Submissions

    The sixth annual Center of the World Festival is expected to take place in Pine Mountain Village, located at the base of Mt. Pinos near Frasier Park, from August 15 to August 17.

    Film, TV Job Retention Act Takes First Step Forward In Assembly

    The Assembly’s Arts and Entertainment Committee unanimously passed the California Film and Television Job Retention Act on Tuesday in Sacramento, Assemblyman Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, said Tuesday.Assembly Bill 1839 is “about keeping families together and keeping jobs in California,” said Wilk, the bill’s principal co-author. “As a member of the Arts Committee, I will continue to be an advocate for this job saving measure that is vital for our economy.” The California Film and Television Job Retention and Promotion Act extends the incentive program for an additional five years; includes a 5 percent increase in the tax credit for filming done outside the Los Angeles Zone; offers a 25 percent credit for television shows relocating to California in the first year and modifies the requirement from 75 percent of production days having to occur in California to 75 percent of principal photography days having to occur in California, all in order to ensure more jobs are created here.

    Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival 2014 To Offer Activities For All Ages

    The 21st annual Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival is almost here. Featuring live performers, historical reenactments, western-inspired food and cowboys gifts, the festival offers fun for the whole family on April 26-27.

    CalArts Alum, Faculty Nominated For Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards

    The 45th Annual Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards will include nominations of CalArts faculty and alumni for their work in directing, lighting, and more.

    Hollywood Foreign Press Association Awards $50,000 Grant To CSUN

    The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has awarded California State University, Northridge a $50,000 grant towards students working on their senior film projects.

    Learn About Thriving Film Industry At Santa Clarita's Redesigned Film Website

    Employing more than 6,000 residents and generating more than $22 million yearly in economic impact, the film industry is an integral part of Santa Clarita. The city's is a one-stop-shop for information.

    COC Film Screening To Showcase The Power Of Education

    College of the Canyons will present three screenings of the critically acclaimed film “Girl Rising,” which showcases how education transformed the lives of nine extraordinary girls from around the world.

    Santa Clarita Annexes 3 Sand Canyon Ranches Into Movie Overlay Zone

    Santa Clarita Annexes Three Sand Canyon Ranches Into Movie Overlay Zone

    By City of Santa Clarita Press Release

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    Scott Wilk: Don’t Close The Curtain On Film Tax Credit

    Scott Wilk | SCV News

    This past Sunday, more than 1 billion people around the world tuned in to see A-list actors, directors and producers as they walked down the red carpet on their way into Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre for the 85th Academy Awards. The Academy Awards celebrate the best the film industry has to offer.