Film & TV Tax Credit Program
The California Film Commission administers the Film & Television Tax Credit Program 3.0 which provides tax credits based on qualified expenditures for eligible productions that are produced in California. The $1.55 billion program runs for 5 years, with a sunset date of June 30, 2025. Each fiscal year – July 1 to June 30 – the $330-million funding is categorized in TV Projects, Relocating TV, Indie Features, and Non-Indie Features.
You can find additional information on the CFC website: California Film & Tax Credit Program 3.0
One of the recipients of the California Film & Tax Credit Program 1.0 was Swiss Army Man, which featured Daniel Radcliffe and was filmed in various locations in San Mateo County & Silicon Valley.