The Illinois Production Alliance is a non-profit organization dedicated to advocating for the Illinois film production community. We work closely with State and Local legislative bodies to create growth and opportunities for all sectors of our community.
The Illinois Production Alliance (established in 2002) to support and promote Film Production in Illinois. The IPA served as the driving force in the passage of the 2002 and 2008 Film Production Tax Incentive Credit legislation and the recent expansion that became effective in July 2022 .
The Alliance is a 501 c6 that continues to serve as an advocate and lobby for the interests of the film community with government officials, community leaders and the media. We promote and market Film In Illinois through industry events, support for the Chicago and Illinois Film Office, and one on one communication with industry executives, producers and decision makers.
The IPA newsletter was born out of the very clear needs of our Illinois Film Production Community when the pandemic struck. Our community needed help understanding new COVID regulations, accessing unemployment, and finding a new way to stay connected and so, we pivoted to creating a newsletter that would keep you up-to-date with all the relevant news effecting our industry and, it has been an ongoing success thanks to our readers.
Industry Days is the Chicago International Film Festival’s hub for filmmakers and industry professionals to connect, share ideas, and be inspired. Mixers, panels and more will be held from Oct 13th - Oct 16th and will be fully in-person this year.
You can see the line-up and register for passes at the button below!
The IPA has commissioned Olsberg•SPI (SPI) to undertake an economic impact evaluation of the Illinois Film Production Services Tax Credit.
For the evaluation, SPI will undertake a multi-year analysis of the incentives — including an examination of their direct, indirect and induced economic effects.
The wider strategic value of production in Illinois – such as skills development and infrastructure investment– will also be considered.
Article Date: Sept. 15th, 2022
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