The Film Forecast breakfast meeting, to be hosted March 10 by the Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber, is still on but there will be a little more on the plate than originally planned.
Since Gov. Rick Snyder proposed changes to the controversial film tax incentives that have been credited with bringing Hollywood to the Motor City, the gathering has become a little more serious.
"Now, we want to further the debate on whether these tax incentives have helped or hurt the region, and their continuing impact on the state's overall fiscal health," Bauman added.
The program kicks off at 7:30 a.m. at the Townsend Hotel in downtown Birmingham. Scheduled speakers will include Emery King, Emmy-award winning broadcast journalist and chairman of the Michigan Film Office Advisory Council, Advisory Council vice-chair Jim Burnstein, and founder and managing partner of the Oakland County-based S3 Entertainment Group, Jeffrey Spilman.
Seating for the breakfast and program is limited, so participants are asked to register at The Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber website. The Townsend Hotel is at 100 Townsend Street, between south Bates and Pierce streets in downtown Birmingham.
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