How savvy workforce and location investments are drawing productions to diverse areas across North America.
Our Zoom interview series introduces viewers to independent producers, directors, location scouts, studio executives and North American film commissions. Learn the backstories, trends and opportunities leaders envision in the destination film business.
A film commission is the perfect ally for the production process and can become a key relationship as you tell your cinematic story.
“Most jurisdictions are trying to fast-track the recovery of their film sector, because it touches so many other elements of the economy.”
Laurent Rejto from the Hudson Valley Film Commission sits down with Miles Dobis to talk about exciting new opportunities coming up.
While the perfect location is a crucial element to a film production, your team will also need to keep the budget in mind.
Whether for establishing shots only or as a substitute for a different extravagant paradise, here are a few popular and upcoming film commissions in Mexico and the Caribbean.
The American West has become synonymous with the Western film genre for nearly a century, with wide swaths of open desert and grassy plains that boast an immense diversity of animal and plant life.
The COVID-19 pandemic was one few saw coming, though the effect it would have on the filmmaking industry was expected.
Are you a location scout on the hunt for a new backdrop, have an area in mind but are unsure of sites that lend a distinct local sensibility?
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