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A 25% production credit is just the beginning! Wisconsin also offers: great hotel rates, many government locations are free of charge, qualified hardworking crews, and a number of new production facilities ready to meet your film’s needs. Plus Wisconsin has just about every vista your production could need. Rural farmlands, bustling cityscapes, north woods, over 400 miles of coastline, prairies, the fantastic rock formations of our river valleys, and that’s just the landscapes! Our architecture includes treasures from Wright to Calatrava, cottages to campuses, and home styles from bungalows to Bauhaus. Details on all this and more at www.filmwisconsin.net!

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