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On December 21, 2011 the governor of Michigan signed into law a bill (SB569, now Public Act 291 of 2011) providing incentives to the film industry. The bill replaces the existing system of film credits with a $25 million budget appropriation for the new Film and Digital Media Production Assistance Program, which the Michigan Film Office will run. To qualify for funding, an eligible production company must have direct production expenditures and/or Michigan personnel expenditures of at least $100,000. The bill also directs the Michigan Film Office to create a publicly available performance dashboard, which will include specific measures including the amount of each incentive dispersed for each state-certified qualified production.
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