Kelsey Forren of Louisville, script supervisor on The Ultimate Legacy, watched the action on a monitor during production in La Grange last week. The movie's producers are some of the first to take advantage of Kentucky's new beefed-up film tax incentives.
Kelsey Forren of Louisville, script supervisor on The Ultimate Legacy, watched the action on a monitor during production in La Grange last week. The movie's producers are some of the first to take advantage of Kentucky's new beefed-up film tax incentives. Herald-Leader
Kelsey Forren of Louisville, script supervisor on The Ultimate Legacy, watched the action on a monitor during production in La Grange last week. The movie's producers are some of the first to take advantage of Kentucky's new beefed-up film tax incentives. Herald-Leader

Lights, camera, tax credit! Kentucky attracts moviemakers by raising incentives

August 02, 2015 09:38 PM

UPDATED August 02, 2015 11:07 PM

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