Hollywood film industry and union officials are calling on California to keep their business in the state.

They're mobilizing to back legislation to increase funding for California's incentive program, and to lift restrictions to make it more competitive with New York, Georgia and other states.

Over the last 15 years, the number of top-grossing films shot in California went down 60 percent, while Louisiana quadrupled its share and Georgia's went up more than 30 percent.

Paul Audley, the president of Film L.A. Inc., which handles film permits for the city and county, says "California is simply not working to keep its signature industry in the state."

--Rob Archer