State Film Incentives Have Limited Impact in Birmingham

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Movie lovers took in hundreds of films this weekend at Birmingham’s Sidewalk Film Festival. It’s a bright spot for filmmakers in a city that’s struggled to attract the wave of projects predicted when the state launched film incentives eight years ago. We’ve got a snapshot of the tax incentives, and some hopeful news for U.S. Steel in Fairfield in this week’s Magic City Marketplace.

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