Film Commissions, Incentives, Locations News
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg today presented the fifth annual "Made in NY" awards to six individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to the City's entertainment industry.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, City Council Speaker Christine C.
Director of the Ohio Department of Development Lisa Patt-McDaniel today announced nearly $7 million in motion picture tax credits that are being made available to four Ohio movie productions to encourage companies to utilize Ohio's assets for their films.
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger announced year-end numbers for California's film and television production incentive program, a new job and business retention measure included in the targeted economic stimulus package proposed by the Governor and passed by the legislature in February 2009.
Film commission representatives from around the world stepped forward this year to run for eight open positions on the 2010 AFCI Board of Directors. In its election, AFCI members chose from an international ballot of candidates to fill the Board seats for a two-year term.
Pennsylvania's film tax credit has helped to attract a major motion picture production company to the state to shoot an action-thriller starring award-winning actor Denzel Washington.