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Health Wheels Brings Mobile Health Care to A Mobile Industry

October 17, 2011 by

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On July 19, 2011, the men and women working at The Culver Studios (the storied lot where classics like Gone With the Wind and the original King Kong were filmed) were greeted by a revolutionary 33-foot vehicle designed to help them better care for the one thing that matters most: their health. The vehicle’s arrival […]

Expansion Plans at Three Major Studios Promise Thousands of Jobs, Billions in New Economic Activity for L.A. Region

September 30, 2011 by

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There are some very exciting plans at three of the major studios (Disney, Paramount, & NBCUniversal) to expand their operations significantly in California. If approved, these plans should offer hope to the thousands of workers and small businesses in California struggling through one of the longest and most devastating periods of runaway production in Hollywood’s history. Film […]

FilmL.A. President Urges Governor to Sign Extension of Film Incentive to Create Jobs, Preserve Industry

September 20, 2011 by

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Late last week, following the lead of Los Angeles City Councilman Paul Krekorian, FilmL.A. President Paul Audley sent Governor Brown a letter of his own urging him to sign AB1069, which extends the California Film & Television Tax Credit by an additional year.  The content of that letter is reprinted below.  To see a copy […]

L.A. City Council Member Pens Letter to Governor in Support of Film Incentive…Did You?

September 15, 2011 by

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Today, Los Angeles City Councilmember Paul Krekorian sent a letter to Governor Jerry Brown, urging him sign the one-year extension of the California Film & Television Tax Credit into law.  As we have said many times, writing a letter personalizes your story and demonstrates to elected officials the impact of runaway production on real people. […]

Detailed Expenditures for Single Film, TV Project Show Benefit to Local Economy Thanks to California’s Film Incentive

August 26, 2011 by

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Below are the regional expenditure reports for two different productions that received the California Film & Television Tax Credit.  The first is from San Diego County, which is where 20th Century Fox’s television show “Terriers” shot its first season.  The second is from Alameda County, which is where Columbia Pictures’ upcoming film “Moneyball” shot much […]

Studio Spending Benefits ALL Business, Not Just “Show Business”

August 15, 2011 by

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Last week, we posted some detailed expenditures of a major motion picture filmed in California to highlight the economic impact just one film can have.  The post was extremely popular, and many readers were astonished by the eye-popping numbers.  As part of our ongoing effort to educate Californians about the economic importance of the film and […]

93 Days and $20.2 Million: The Economic Impact of One Film

August 9, 2011 by

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From September to November 2009, one major motion picture filmed in Los Angeles and spent $20,210,176.  For confidentiality reasons, the name of the film has been withheld.  The following is a detailed breakdown of how that money was spent: Hotel room days: 213 $66,061 Car rental days: 655 $45,070 Catering, bakery goods & other food […]