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14 Films at the 2019 Florida Film Festival with Orlando Connections

Posted by Lindsey Sandrin on Apr 10, 2019 4:57:24 PM

Orlando has a prominent supporting role in the 28th annual Florida Film Festival (FFF). Presenting more than 180 films from 35 countries from April 12 through 21 at the Enzian Theater in Maitland, the only OSCAR®-qualifying festival in the state also features films with direct connections to Orlando.

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Topics: Film and Television, Orlando Film Commission

13 Movies You Didn’t Know Were Filmed in Orlando (and Where to Watch Them)

Posted by Lindsey Sandrin on Jun 27, 2018 2:10:38 PM

The Orlando region has a long history of being the backdrop, setting and development ground for popular film and television projects. Now, thanks to services like Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Prime and Apple TV, you can watch some of the most popular titles to come out of the region from the comfort of your couch, by simply clicking a button.

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Topics: Film and Television, Orlando Film Commission

Orlando Film Commission Sponsors Florida Film Festival 2018

Posted by Lindsey Sandrin on Mar 30, 2018 2:00:00 PM

The Orlando Film Commission is proud to be a sponsor of the 27th annual Florida Film Festival. The festival kicks off on Friday, April 6th at the Enzian Theater in Maitland. Festivities kick off with an Opening Night Film and Party, which includes the premiere of American Animals and Q&A with the film’s star, Miami’s own Blake Jenner. The film is followed by the always popular opening night party that includes incredible restaurants, bars and vendors from across Orlando and beyond.

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Topics: Film and Television, Orlando Film Commission

Why Film in Orlando in the Winter [Infographic]

Posted by Lindsey Sandrin on Feb 1, 2018 9:00:00 AM

While the vast majority of the country is either covered by snow in the winter months or, at the very least, void of any live foliage, Orlando provides a haven of green grass, bright blue skies, and most importantly, no snow or ice! Our amazing weather, combined with the fact that palm trees do not grow natively in Central Florida, make the Orlando Region the perfect place for projects from all corners of the country (and globe!) to film. The majority of our permits are free, our crew base is enviable by any standards, our locations include everything from downtown high rises to cobblestone streets to swampland, with any style of house you could imagine. Truly “Anywhere USA”, Orlando is open for business and ready to host your project. 

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Topics: Film and Television, Orlando Film Commission

Blockbuster Year for the Orlando Film Commission

Posted by Lindsey Sandrin on May 28, 2016 5:49:35 AM

Filming in the Orlando region provides filmmakers with versatile locations, a year-round warm climate and top-notch, experienced crew. The Orlando Film Commission uses these strengths to foster productions to Orlando. Since the start of the fiscal year in October, the Orlando Film Commission has approved 205 permits and 425 production days, which are 103 percent and 142 percent of its yearly goals, respectively. Comparatively, there were 180 permits and 317 permitted production days approved at this time last year.

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Topics: Orlando Film Commission

Lake County: The Perfect Location for Filming

Posted by Lindsey Sandrin on Aug 18, 2015 3:18:00 PM

Central Florida is a filmmaker’s paradise with a variety of locations to choose from. Projects have filmed in our area for decades, using the multitude of available landscapes from dense tropical vegetation and swampland to arid fields and everything in between. One of the Orlando Film Commission’s main goals is to present the Orlando region as a place where productions of all kinds can film projects in “Anywhere USA.”  

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Topics: Film and Television, Orlando Film Commission, Lake County

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