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August 27th, 2014
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
BRI NG HOLLYWOOD FOUNDATI ON
CALI FORNI A'S ONLY GRASSROOTS 501 C 4 FI GHTI NG FOR I NDEPENDENT
PRODUCTI ONS & POST PRODUCTI ONS I N TAX CREDI T I NCENTI VES & NEW
BUSI NESS MODELS
TO STOP J OB OUTSOURCI NG HAS I NFLUENCED GOVERNOR BROWN AND THE
CALI FORNI A LEGISLATURE TO END THE LOTTERY & I NCREASE I NCENTI VES
THREE FOLD


Sharon Hardee J imenez, President Founder Bring Hollywood Home Foundation Hollywood
Raising awareness of runaway production and speaking out for independent producers of
film, TV, music, video game, production & post production for No Cap, No Lottery, and an
End to Discrimination Against I ndependent productions & Post Productions
The news of the Governor and California lawmakers negotiations to increase the tax credit
incentives three fold and end the lottery is a victory for the five year campaign of the Bring
Hollywood Home Foundation to raise awareness of job outsourcing, support political candidates
willing to lead in the fight against job outsourcing, and lobby through public relations and social
media the message that California's independent productions and post productions are urgently
underrepresented by the California Film Commission and the leadership in Sacramento.

"We are happy to see the tax credit incentives increased, but, we also know that this is a small
step towards a very serious problem in our state in the creative economy." says Sharon Hardee
Jimenez, Founder President of the Bring Hollywood Home Foundation. "Assembly bill #1839 is
written to protect special interests who have the money and power to have a voice in
Sacramento. Special interest lawyers wrote the bill to give advantages for certain productions
and to exclude others and this is not going to bring the needed investors to California's film and
television industry especially in family friendly, human affirming media projects."

Bring Hollywood Home concert event to raise awareness of job outsourcing supporting
candidates for public office willing to speak up against job losses in the entertainment industry
in California, L to R Kevin James, Mike Bonin, Sharon Hardee Jimenez

"We will continue to work towards a private California film fund that can support the right kind
of production and post production in California that voters can be proud to say are made in our
state. Films that promote violence against women and exploit our youth encouraging the spread
of infectious diseases, rape, and the undermining of good mental health should not be the films
that get all the investment money coming into California. We have a great deal of work to do to
support the creative economy to include production and post production in film, Tv, commercial,
music video, video game, and new media video production as the film and tv industries continue
to change business models. We want jobs to stay in California and we'll continue to fight in
Sacramento." concluded Jimenez.

























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