Film Commissions, Incentives, Locations News
The Post New York Alliance (PNYA) is pleased to announce that Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed into law a bill which triples the EMPIRE STATE FILM POST PRODUCTION CREDIT from 10% to 30% (35% for Upstate). It is effective immediately.
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The Greater Cleveland Film Commission today commended Ohio Governor John Kasich and the Ohio Legislature for expanding the Ohio Motion Picture Tax Incentive, a critical tool for strengthening Ohio's growing film industry and creating jobs for Ohioans.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Media & Entertainment Commissioner Katherine Oliver today joined Steiner Studios Chairman Douglas C. Steiner to open five new soundstages at Steiner Studios in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
The Georgia Production Partnership (GPP), the voice of filmmaking in the state of Georgia, installed its new Officers and Executive Board at their first 2012 general membership meeting, January 10th.
Despite the problematic flooding in Bangkok over the last few weeks, foreign film makers continue to show confidence in Thailand's locations and production services sector by filming in provincial destinations unaffected by the floods.
It's not hard to get inspired by Montana's one-of-a-kind locations—towering peaks, rolling plains and authentic Western communities; $20,000 might just be the boost a project needs to go from vision to reality.
Organizers named 19 individuals, 15 production teams and 19 public employees as finalists for the 17th Annual California On Location AwardsTM (COLA).
The Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau received the first place Henry Award, in the category of Niche Marketing during the Flagler Awards presented during the 44th Annual Florida Governor's Conference on Tourism, held at the Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa in Hollywood this
Noelle Stevenson, film commissioner of the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward Office of Film & Entertainment has been elected chair of the Film Commission Council for Film Florida.