This is Billy
But it's okay because Billy is rich now.
Thanks to a new bill that was passed by the Texas legislator you can receive a certain percentage of your total qualified in-state spending back to you, but it still won't bring grandpa back from the dead.
But that's okay you still have his money to remember him by.
As a person who came across 250 grand and in no way was involved with the pushing of said grandfather into a bus, you meet the minimum first tier of requirements for incentives.
What are the other tiers you ask?
- Film and TV: Feature films, documentaries, TV series, episodes, movies, and other TV programming.
- Commerical Projects: commericals, infomercials, and music, instructional, and educational videos.
- Video games: computer, console, arcade, and Web-based games
- Postproduction/Finishing: For film, television and commericals
You might be asking youself "Hey what are the differences between % of spending and % of wages, and if it's a mixed media project who do they determine the difference between the two tiers? And what happens if Texas runs out of funds for the program? And..."
All very good questions for an "innocent" homicidal young film maker.
Well Billy you can find out more infomation on Texas film incentives at
Now you're on your way to making wonderful films that would give Rob Zombie nightmares.