Film Commissions, Incentives, Locations News
Empire State Development (ESD) announced Bronx Community College (BCC) is launching the Film Production Training Program, a new 14-week program that will train up to 100 students annually for work in union trade crafts, such as property, carpentry and electric.
Empire State Development (ESD) announced a final deal closed on the redevelopment of the former Arthur Kill Correctional Facility as a first-class television and film production studio space.
The Governor’s Office of Motion Picture and Television Development (MPTV) today announced a milestone with more than one million hires supported by the New York State Film Tax Credit Program since 2011.
Recognizing the tremendous impact of the New York State Film Tax Credit Program, leaders of the film and television production industry in New York today applauded Governor Andrew Cuomo’s 2017-18 Executive Budget proposal, which includes a full extension of the program, at $420 million per year,
The City of Vancouver and Vancouver Economic Commission (VEC) today announced David Shepheard—formerly London’s successful film & TV sector lead—as Vancouver’s very first Film Commissioner.
Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment (MOME) Commissioner Julie Menin announced the launch of a groundbreaking series of initiatives targeting the underrepresentation of women in film and television.
This past weekend, the Association of Film Commissioners International (AFCI) concluded its 40th annual Cineposium conference in Atlanta, Georgia.