Film Florida, the state’s only trade association that represents all sectors of the film, television, production and digital media/tech industry, has released its 100th episode of the Film Florida Podcast. The podcast highlights the people and stories that make up the multibillion-dollar industry in Florida. Distribution has expanded, with the Film Florida Podcast available through Apple, Stitcher, the iHeartRadio App, Spotify, PodBean, Pandora, Google, and the Film Florida Website.

“100 episodes has always been a major milestone in our industry and we are extremely proud of this accomplishment as an organization,” Gail Morgan, President of Film Florida said. “The Film Florida Podcast helps tell the story of Florida’s film, television and digital media production industry as Film Florida continues to work towards strengthening the production community in our state and helping diversify Florida’s economy. Florida’s film and television industry is a part of the fabric of Florida’s history; anyone that listens to the Film Florida Podcast can’t help but understand that.”

The Film Florida Podcast launched in October of 2018. During that time episodes have included award-winning actors, writers, producers, directors, editors, audio mixers, composers, educators, film commissioners, legislators, and many more. Major credits from Film Florida Podcast guests include Miami Vice, M*A*S*H, Police Academy, Cocaine Cowboys, The Blair Witch Project, Titanic, Pirates of the Caribbean 2: Dead Man’s Chest, Star Wars Episode 3 – Revenge of the Sith, The West Wing, Burn Notice, The U, The Glades, Graceland, Dolphin Tale, Dolphin Tale 2, Bloodline, Ballers, Moonlight, The Florida Project, Critical Thinking, The Right Stuff, David Makes Man, Lawrence of Arabia, Glee, George Lopez, Murphy Brown, Where the Crawdads Sing, Phineas & Ferb, This is Us, Only Murders in the Building and many, many more. Episode 100 is an interview with Film Florida Podcast audio editor, and long-time Florida resident, Rob Hill. Rob is a very accomplished, award-winning audio mixer, and he shares his thoughts on the first 100 episodes of the Film Florida Podcast as a bit of a retrospective.

“When we started in 2018, I wasn’t sure we’d make 10 episodes let alone 100. I’m 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. “Almost every guest has some link to Florida, whether they were born here, grew up here, live here, work here or have worked here. Florida has such a deep, somewhat underappreciated history in the film, television and digital media industry and our goal is to tell these important stories. I hope listeners learn more about the history, economic impact, and overall importance that our industry plays in Florida’s past, present and future.”

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

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Gail Morgan, President,, 850-240-6376
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