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You found it!  This is the ONLY resource you’ll find that doesn’t claim to tell you HOW to make a movie.  Instead, we tell you how movies are actually made.  The more you know about the reality of the professional filmmaking industry, the easier it will be for you to find a way in for […]

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How NM’s film surge is impacting the state’s production companies

Juliana VadnaisData JournalistAlbuquerque Business First   The film and video production industry in New Mexico continues to grow — just ask some of the local studios. The 20 New Mexico companies on our Film and Video Production Companies List have worked on some pretty cool projects. From big-screen productions like “Independence Day: Resurgence” and small-screen […]

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How Czech Prime Minister Plans to Boost Nation’s International Film Productions

Ed Meza KARLOVY VARY — While the Czech Republic remains an attractive location for international feature film and, increasingly, TV series production, it is facing tough competition from other European countries. Boosting the nation’s prospects in the international film sector has become a key issue for the government of Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka, who recently visited […]

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Edmonton to launch new film industry advocacy body

By: Ryan Tumilty Metro Published on  Wed Jul 06 2016 A new city body is set to push for more Edmonton faces to appear on small and big screens — a boost industry players say is needed to grow the film industry here. The new screen industries office and advisory council will take over the role that was played […]

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Take these classes and workshops to break into Georgia’s film and TV industry

Elberta McKnight For the AJC It’s no secret that Atlanta’s film and TV industry is booming. Mayor Kasim Reed recently launched the City of Atlanta Entertainment Training Program, the first job training program in the United States focused on helping the film industry build a pool of talent. Luckily, for aspiring actors, there’s more where that […]

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Letters: Much-needed for Louisiana still going to film industry

Louisiana can’t seem to balance the budget, but we’re still giving away millions in tax dollars to Hollywood. According to a news report, one company is claiming to be spending $9 million in expenses, and $5 million of that is in payroll for 300 in-state production jobs. Considering they’re only filming until August, that means […]

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Pakistani film industry vs Indian film industry

Filmmaker Anand L Rai, who was here for the screening of his film Nil Battey Sannata and discussion on the topic ‘Our cinema, their cinema’ at the seventh edition of the Jagran Film Festival says that Indian filmmakers are now in sync with the society. On Tuesday, the last day of the five-day festival held a discussion […]

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New Evidence: Film Incentives Still Don’t Work

Research from Michael Thom analyzes a variety of programs Last year Michigan lawmakers wisely did away with what was once the most generous film incentive program in the nation. Mackinac Center research showed that despite giving film producers half a billion dollars from 2007 to 2013, there were no signs that the film industry in Michigan was […]

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Increase in Ohio Motion Picture Tax Credit Program gives local film industry big boost

Brian Mains CINCINNATI — Ohio’s film industry received a big boost Thursday when Gov. John Kasich signed a bill doubling the tax incentive credits available for out-of-state movie producers starting in July. The bill passed by the Ohio Legislature doubles the yearly Ohio Motion Picture Tax Credit Program cap from $20 million to $40 million. […]

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City trying to attract more films to San Antonio

Phil Anaya, KHOU SAN ANTONIO – For the first time ever, the city of San Antonio has come together with leaders of the local film industry to come up with a plan to bring more films to the Alamo City. However, it won’t be an easy task, especially since state lawmakers have dramatically slashed film […]

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Start-up snapshot: Helping South Africa’s booming film industry find crew

by Kate Douglas In May the chief operating officer of the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), Hlaudi Motsoeneng, announced that starting in July 80% of all films aired on its SABC 3 channel will be locally made. The news could potentially give a leg up to South African film and television industry, which is already seeing growth. It […]

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