With an annual budget of $420 million, New York State has one of the nation’s most generous tax credit programs for film and television production. And with New York City providing a tantalizing backstory of finance, fashion, art and 24/7 dynamics, it isn’t surprising production after production originate in the state.
June 8, 2018
By CAST & CREW TECH – Winners will be the ones driving production efficiency because investing in off-screen business processes improves on-screen results. Learn more about our unified platform of cloud-based products.
Looking for your next exotic film location? Consider the Hawaiian Islands. Hawaii offers a wide range of dramatic settings that are ideal for action-packed films like Jurassic World and Kong: Skull Island which have enthralled audiences with their portrayal of faraway lands and mythical wonders.
May 25, 2018
By ERIC BELCHER – For all the accomplishments over this past year, this past month and even this past week … I appreciate the committed effort that goes into everything we do each and every day.
The state has been enticing production companies to film in the Midwest by offering a generous incentive program, which includes a 30 percent tax credit on cast and crew wages and qualifying goods purchased or rented and consumed in-state.
The state’s film industry hit a landmark year by maxing out its incentives for the first time since the program began in 2007. Now, with a current slate of recurring series that provide industry jobs throughout the year, South Carolina can set its eyes on expanding their incentive program.
February 28, 2018
By CAST & CREW STAFF – An interview with Todd Dyer, Senior Director of Venues, Music Tours & Live Events … on his role at the company, the industry’s evolution over the years and what he loves most about his job.
The state has seen consistent film activity over the years due to solid infrastructure provided by an experienced crew base and the preservation of distinctive architectural and geographical elements.
January 24, 2018
By ANDREW PATTERSON – As technologies evolve, requirements and architectural needs evolve in unpredictable ways. Platforms need to be flexible to take these future changes into consideration.