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The Louisiana Film & Entertainment Association is a professional trade association created to grow the entertainment industry in the State of Louisiana. LFEA plays a substantive role in the long term prosperity of the Louisiana’s entertainment industry; an industry defined by various sectors including film, music, digital media and live performance. The association works to bring together the individual working in the entertainment industry with businesses invested in Louisiana. LFEA’s goal is to speak with one voice regarding the positive economic impact the entertainment industry provides to Louisiana.

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Louisiana Film and Entertainment Association

The Louisiana Film & Entertainment Association is a professional trade association created to grow the entertainment industry in the State of Louisiana. LFEA plays a substantive role in the long term prosperity of the Louisiana's entertainment industry; an industry defined by various sectors including film, music, digital media and live performance. The association works to bring together the individual working in the entertainment industry with businesses invested in Louisiana. LFEA's goal is to speak with one voice regarding the positive economic impact the entertainment industry provides to Louisiana
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Join us at Barrel Proof 1201 Magazine St, New Orleans,LA. We are just wrapping up our annual meeting!
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http://www.nola.com/politics/index.ssf/2014/12/legislators_to_examine_how_to.html

Here is an article from NOLA.com summarizing the EIDAC Meeting Monday morning!
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There has been a room change for the EIDAC Commission Meeting that will be held Monday, December 8, 2014 at 10:30 a.m.

It will now be located in the State Senate Committee Room E at the Louisiana State Capitol-900 N 3rd St, Baton Rouge, LA 70802.
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Yesterday The Advocate ran an article about the costs and benefits of the film industry to the Louisiana economy that actually ran as part of an eight day piece focused on the negative aspects of state tax credits and exemptions in general.

LFEA was interviewed for the article but unfortunately the Advocate gave the piece a very negative slant against the industry.

LFEA recognizes that improvements can be made to the film tax credit program, and in fact we have recently passed a set of comprehensive reforms that will help us grow a better film industry with less cost to the state. Those proposals go hand in hand with a landmark economic impact study that YOU helped us fund and which is due to be delivered to us within the next few weeks.

The Advocate chose not to wait to hear the LFEA recommendations for upcoming legislation nor see the results of the economic impact study that is currently underway. The story presented lacks crucial data points and presents a strongly biased angle on the film industry.

We will have great news and ideas to share with you in the weeks and months ahead. Together we can grow a fantastic new industry for Louisiana. In the meantime, don't be dismayed by uniformed publications citing uninformed sources.

You can be proud to be part of the Louisiana film industry. We certainly are!

http://blogs.theadvocate.com/specialreports/2014/12/02/giving-away-louisiana-film-tax-incentives/
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