The legislation helps Film Hamilton and Ohio attract movies to the area. The motion picture tax incentive returns $2.01 into the Ohio economy for every $1 invested by the incentive.
Film Hamilton’s Steve Colwell said the movie won’t qualify for the state tax credit, but will bring money to the city as the production will spend a considerable amount of time in Hamilton.
“It is good to have both of these local talents back to shoot a movie in Hamilton and the area,” Colwell said. “They are a smaller budget operation they will spend money locally for goods and services and that is what it is all about.”
“Alan and the Fullness of Time” is slated to begin production in November, with an anticipated release in late 2018. The movie is a faith-based drama/thriller that centers around a young boy’s struggle and the evil powers at work to stop him and a close circle of believers.