Who is Film Florida?

Why Join Film Florida?

Film Florida Executive Director John Lux explains who and what Film Florida is and the benefits of joining the organization.


Next Quarterly Meeting

Film Florida’s Annual Meeting is Wednesday June 19 – Thursday June 20, 2024 in Cocoa Beach. Events will include meetings for the Film Florida Committees and Councils and the Board of Directors. For those that cannot make it in person, phone call-in/Zoom capabilities will be available. Film Florida meetings and hotel block will be at the Hilton Cocoa Beach Oceanfront.


Meet Our Members

As a not-for-profit, membership drives the organization. Our growing membership provides a network, a platform and the chance to play an active part in solidifying Florida’s position as a major production destination.


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“Not only is the Emerald Coast a beautiful place to work, but the local community and film office are so accommodating and supportive of our efforts. I can’t wait to get back to this beautiful area.”

Robert Brown, Photographer, Yamaha and Polaris Watercraft

“I returned to Florida to establish the Krane Academy of Motion Pictures at Lynn University in Boca Raton because of the film friendly atmosphere and its attractive situation for national and international talent in Florida.”

Jonathan D. Krane, Producer, (Face Off, Primary Colors, Phenomenon)

“What more can you ask for besides gorgeous water AND a beautiful sunset.”

Christina Mathena, Thought Factory Films, Voyage of the Kitty Ku Ku

“Working in Miami was a great experience. The technical crew was great. The help we got from the various film offices was extraordinary.”

Barry Sonnenfeld, Producer/Director, Out of Sight and Big Trouble

“The caliber of crew and production people in Florida is every bit as good as anywhere in the country. They have all the equipment too.”

Peter Farrelley, Director, Stuck on You and There's Something About Mary


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