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

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

Leaders gather in Orlando to discuss Florida's film industry

Posted by Lindsey Sandrin on Dec 20, 2017 2:12:06 PM

With an average wage of over $78,000, Florida’s film industry is employing more than 26,000 individuals with over $2 billion in payroll. Leaders in the industry from across the state gathered recently to discuss how to keep Florida’s film industry competitive.

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Topics: Film

Orlando Film Commission reports over $7M in economic spend

Posted by Amanda Roche on Nov 20, 2017 10:43:41 AM

The 2016-2017 fiscal year was a busy one for the Orlando Film Commission. Orlando saw one of its busiest commercial seasons on record, with numerous high-profile campaigns choosing our region as the backdrop for its projects.

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Topics: Film

Emmy-nominated productions filmed in Orlando

Posted by Amanda Roche on Jul 20, 2017 4:38:55 PM

Two recent film projects shot in Orlando could earn Emmy Awards. The visual effects in “The Man in the High Castle” and the national “Love Has No Labels” public service announcement (PSA) received nominations from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. These Emmy-nominated productions put an emphasis on Orlando’s technical resources for film and digital media productions as well as highlight its inclusive culture.

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Topics: Innovative Technologies, Film

Orlando Film Commission Celebrates 30 Years of Productions

Posted by Laureen Martinez on Dec 14, 2016 4:57:25 PM

The Orlando Film Commission, a division of the Orlando Economic Development Commission (EDC), is celebrating its 30-year anniversary as the region’s only one-stop shop for the thriving local film industry. The Film Commission, a core function of the EDC since 1986, operates as the liaison between production companies and city, county and state governments. The Film Commission also promotes the four-county region of Orange, Osceola, Lake and Seminole and the City of Orlando as a premier production community.

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Topics: Film, News & Media

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