A bill introduced this week by Republican Sen. Bob Antonacci would phase out the state’s $420 million film tax credit program.

The measure comes as Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday suggested he would be open to rolling back the tax credits in exchange for boosting education or health care spending in the budget.

Antonacci, a freshman Republican from the Syracuse area, wants the program eliminated entirely.

“The overwhelming majority of project recipients would have filmed in New York without this credit,” the bill’s memo states. “In addition, it disproportionately favors New York City. This legislation offers the alternative of a phase out of this tax credit.”

The tax credits have gone toward a number of prominent New York-based productions and post-production projects.

But tax credits for businesses themselves have come under renewed focus after the failed deal to bring 25,000 jobs from Amazon to Queens which were tied to $3 billion in tax breaks and other incentives.

Cuomo’s floating of the tax credit rollback for the film industry may be a way of goading Sen. Mike Gianaris, a Democrat who prominently opposed the Amazon deal and whose district includes Silvercup Studios.