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Quirky Film Projects Focus On South Florida

Telling "Miami stories" has put Billy Corben and Alfred Spellman on the map as documentary filmmakers. Their 13-year-old production company, rakontur, has produced a string of documentaries — including…

Tv Moguls Book Rerun Of Miami Convention

Since moving its annual convention from Las Vegas to Miami in 2012, the National Association of Television Program Executives, or NATPE, has shattered attendance records, said Rod Perth, its…

Wouldbe Miami Film Studio Seeks A Use

Miami's Overtown Community Redevelopment Agency is to vote today (1/24) on a recommendation that local architectural firm Bermello Ajamil & Partners be awarded a contract to come up with…

Films 5 Tv Shows In Miami Production

South Florida's film industry is charging forward, and efforts are underway to make sure the state's incentive program — which distributes tax credits based on a project's budget and…

Federal Threat To Downtown Development

Concerned that the Federal Aviation Administration might be moving to restrict building heights downtown and in the Brickell area — potentially stifling the current real estate boom in those…

Burn Notice Gets New Oneyear Lease

Producers of the hit "Burn Notice" TV series and the City of Miami last week agreed on a one-year lease extension for the former Coconut Grove Exposition Center in…

Trump Wont Open Miami Film Complex

It was the stuff of fantasy: a vast film and entertainment complex supported by the Trump Organization, rising on 790 county-owned acres near Homestead Air Reserve Base in far…

Miami Creating Urban Film Institute

Hoping to capitalize on Miami's burgeoning film industry and bring new jobs to the area, Miami's Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency plans to create a film institute.…

Miami Battles South For Film Work

Debate raged last week as members of the Congress of Motion Picture Associations met to discuss how Florida can better compete with Georgia, Louisiana and North Carolina in the…

Handshake Will Keep Burn Notice

Producers of the hit "Burn Notice" TV series say they and the City of Miami have reached a handshake deal that will allow production to stay in its current…

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