“If we can convince the State of Michigan to allow commercial production to enjoy the same incentives they give to producers in Hollywood, we’ll unleash a huge industry in Michigan,” Ludwick said. “Treasury is interpreting that it’s to be for feature films only, but that’s not true. So I think someone has to tell Treasury how to interpret the law.”
Perhaps the most high-profile uproar surrounding the law involves Michigan-born left-wing filmmaker Michael Moore, who is likely to receive between $650,000 and $1 million from the state for making the film “Capitalism: A Love Story,” in Michigan.
One of the capitalistic practices Moore criticizes in the film, by the way, is the use of tax breaks to spur economic activity.
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