Film Florida will be participating virtually in Realscreen Live June 7 – 11, 2021- Connecting the unscripted and non-fiction entertainment community online. The 2021 edition is expanded to feature five days of keynotes and panels with industry leading executives, as well as focused networking opportunities designed to foster new connections and provide a forum for […]
Film Florida Fridays are free interactive chats about current topics, initiatives and relationship-building in Florida’s film, television, commercial, photography and digital media industry.
These chats will take place one Friday each month at 9:30am EST, where industry professionals and up-and-comers are encouraged to gather with a cup of coffee, ask questions and speak directory with industry […]
The 2021 Legislative Session begins on Tuesday March 2, 2021 and is scheduled to end on April 30, 2021. While the 60-day Legislative Session gets a lot of attention, Film Florida’s legislative efforts began more than eight months ago.
Since the end of the 2020 Legislative Session, elections were held and the Florida Legislature has close […]
Film Florida, a statewide not-for-profit entertainment production trade association, has announced the launch of the Florida Emerging Filmmakers Fund, providing cash in the amount of $500 – $1,000 per project to deserving filmmakers needing help for their film projects. In addition to cash, projects selected for the Emerging Filmmakers Fund will receive mentorship from an […]
Florida is losing billions in revenue. Give the film industry effective incentives to return | Opinion
By (former State Rep) Holly Raschein, January 11, 2021, CLICK HERE to read from the Miami Herald
Film tourism lures visitors explore locations and destinations that have become popular because of their appearance in films and television series.
A Visit Florida survey found that almost 25 percent of domestic tourists to Florida said something they saw on film […]
By John Lux, Guest Columnist, January 11, 2021, CLICK HERE to read from the Orlando Sentinel
In a commentary submission dated Dec. 28 (“Corporate welfare, state bailouts won’t fix economy”), Skylar Zander of the special-interest group Americans for Prosperity-Florida made a number of statements about Florida’s film, television and digital media industry, continuing to focus on the […]
Film Florida’s Recommendations for Clean & Healthy Production Sets
Producers Guild of America COVID Safety Protocols
COVID-19 RETURN TO WORK AGREEMENT WITH DGA, IATSE, SAG-AFTRA AND TEAMSTERS/BASIC CRAFTS
THE SAFE WAY FORWARD: A Joint Report of the DGA, SAG-AFTRA, IATSE and Teamsters’ Committees for COVID-19 Safety Guidelines
ADG Local 800 Principles, Key Recommendations and Recommended Departmental Protocols
Producers Guild of […]
Greetings Film Florida Members, Stakeholders, and Friends ~
I hope you had a wonderful Holiday Season and a Happy New Year. Hoping 2021 is much different than 2020. I wanted to reach out with a quick look back on 2020 as well as look forward to 2021.
Marketing and professional development organization are the core of Film […]
Film Florida is committed to cultivating an industry that is inclusive and provides equal opportunities to all members of the industry without regard to race, religion, color, age, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status or any other protected category under federal, state and local law. The organization is committed to nurturing […]
Film Florida’s next Quarterly Meeting will be Monday February 22 – Tuesday February 23, 2021. Events will include Film Florida Committee and Council Meetings and the Film Florida Board of Directors Meeting and will be done entirely through Zoom so while we won’t see each other in person, we will see each other via cameras.
By Robert Starling, December 1, 2020, Florida Today
As the Florida Legislature looks at stimulating the creation of high-wage jobs, they should explore ways to grow Florida’s film and entertainment industry.
According to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, in 2019 the average annual wage for a film and entertainment industry professional in Florida was $84,205, exceeding […]
Florida’s Film Industry Included in AIF RESET Task Force Executive and Legislative Pandemic Recovery Policy Recommendations
The Associated Industries of Florida (AIF), Florida Retail Federation (FRF), National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) and Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association (FRLA)’s RESET Task Force released its final report, which highlights executive and legislative policy recommendations aimed at helping the state’s economy rebound from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic and any similar future […]