The Podcast will surpass 100 episodes in December
October 5, 2022- Film Florida, the state’s only trade association that represents all sectors of the film, television, production and digital media/tech industry, has launched Season 5 of the Film Florida Podcast highlighting the people and stories that make-up the multibillion-dollar industry in Florida. Distribution has expanded for Season 5 with the Film Florida Podcast available through Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, the iHeartRadio App, Spodify, Podbean, Pandora, Google Podcasts, and the Film Florida Website.
“The people and stories we highlight helped shape the industry in Florida and continue to work towards growing and strengthening the production community in our state,” Gail Morgan, President of Film Florida said. “Florida has such a deep history in the film, television and digital media industry and our goal is to tell these important stories. We aim to continue to help listeners learn more about the history, economic impact, and overall importance that our industry plays in Florida’s past, present and future.”
Episode 1 of Season 5 features Jacksonville University graduate and Emmy Nominated Producer and Executive Producer Frank Pace. Frank’s credits include Head of the Class, Suddenly Susan, George Lopez, Shake it Up, Girl Meets World and Murphy Brown, just to name a few. Episode 2 features actor and Tallahassee resident Bill Kelly who has appeared in 50+ television and film projects including Burn Notice, Ballers, Bloodline, True Detective and most recently, multiple episodes of The Wonder Years, and the feature film Where the Crawdads Sing. Future guests in Season 5 include actor and former Florida resident Vincent Martella, best known as the voice of Phineas Flynn in the Disney Channel Animated Series Phineas & Ferb; Nick Pavonetti, Emmy nominated producer, having worked on many television series including This is Us, Only Murders in the Building, and many more; and Matt Nix, the creator, writer, and executive producer of the Florida-based hit series Burn Notice. Episodes generally range from 20 to 40 minutes, are available on mobile and/or desktop devices and will be released every other week through the end of May 2023.
“This season we will pass the milestone of 100 episodes of the Film Florida Podcast. We’re proud of the accomplishment and look forward to sharing more stories from impactful individuals from our industry,” John Lux, Executive Director of Film Florida and host of the podcast said. “As I prepare for each interview I learn something new about every person or subject. If people enjoy the podcast half as much as I’ve enjoyed the conversations, it will be a big success. This gives the industry in Florida a platform to learn more than a short article or quick social media post; these are in depth stories about the people and behind-the-scenes history that make up Florida’s film, television and digital media production industry.”
About Film Florida: Film Florida is a state-wide not-for-profit entertainment production trade association that serves a leadership role in Florida’s film, TV, production and digital media/tech industry by representing all aspects of the business including film commissions, industry, labor, associations and education. The growing membership driven organization provides a network, a platform, and the benefits of playing an active part in solidifying Florida’s position as a major entertainment production destination, positive economic development driver and tourism generator. For more information about Film Florida visit FilmFlorida.org.
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Gail Morgan, President, firstname.lastname@example.org, 850-240-6376
John Lux, Executive Director, email@example.com, 407-494-6195