The film industry sees it as a way to lure productions back to New Jersey. Critics see it as a special interest handout, and the financial projections aren't entirely positive for state coffers.
New Jersey's film tax credit program sunsetted in June and Gov. Christie has vetoed a bill to reinstate and expand it.
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After NJ's film tax incentive expired, projects moved from the Garden State elsewhere, particularly New York State.