Minnesota Filmmaker Sentence Appeal RejectedA Minnesota filmmaker sentenced to 10 years in prison for her role in the Iowa Film Office scandal has been denied an appeal of her sentence by the Iowa Court of Appeals.
Minnesota Filmmaker, Others Sentenced In IowaA Minnesota filmmaker who pleaded guilty to defrauding the state in a scheme to misuse tax credits aimed at bringing movie makers to Iowa has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Filmmaker Testifies About Inflated CostsThe budget for a movie that was awarded tax credits in Iowa soared after the film company's partners learned about the state's program that provides tax breaks to attract such projects to Iowa, the film's sound designer testified Wednesday.
MN Filmmaker On Trial In Iowa Tax FraudA Minnesota filmmaker falsified documents and inflated costs to take advantage of a tax credit program designed to lure moviemakers to Iowa, prosecutors argued Tuesday as the woman's trial began in Polk County District Court.
Filmmaker's Trial Set To Begin MondayTrial for a Minnesota filmmaker charged with misusing tax credits designed to lure filmmakers to Iowa is scheduled to begin Monday in Des Moines.