Governor Huntsman has left the Motion Picture Incentive Fund out of his budget. This fund is to attract film and t.v. projects to Utah. These projects pump huge amounts of money into the state. It's possible the Governor signaled his intentions last fall at a special screening of "The World's Fastest Indian", an Anthony Hopkins film that (thanks to the incentive fund) happily stayed in Utah far longer than they had planned and spent far more than they thought they would. At the screening, the presenters were excited for Governor Hutsman to see his own name in the credits of the film. A special, oversized tribute had been included. But as the lights came up, the Governor was nowhere to be found. He had stood up and left as soon as the screen went black- and skipped all of the credits. Maybe he's not an Anthony Hopkins fan.