More films received state incentives to shoot in Utah in 2019 than in 2018, bringing along more employment for actors and crews.

The Utah Film Commission said on its website that 23 incentivized projects last year resulted in a $59 million injection into the state’s economy and resulted in 1,500 jobs. That compares with 16 productions in 2018 that had a $63 million economic impact and more than 1,300 jobs.

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