Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Turns out Texas is not alone in film content clause
A provision in the Texas film incentives program barring funding for films that portray the state in a negative light has brought some recent controversy, specifically involving a fictional take on the real-life events at the Branch Davidian compound in Waco and, to a much lesser extent with Robert Rodiguez's Machete.
Now The New York Times tells us other states are getting in on the act. What nixes funding in Michigan? Cannibals, my friends.