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Lost film and entertainment incentives costing jobs

After four consecutive years during which the Florida Legislature failed to add new funding to film and entertainment incentives, some behind-the-cameras workers have relocated to states that offer robust programs, including Georgia, Louisiana and North Carolina.…

Miami becomes film format pilot

Miami becomes film format pilot

Miami is the pilot city for a medium that its creator says is the next hot trend: short films that incorporate sponsored content. Producer Frank Kelly recently posted on his…

Film world coalesces around incentives gap

Miami’s film industry saw hardships in 2013, but out of those obstacles may arise opportunities, experts say. “The significant thing for us was the loss of ‘Burn Notice,’ ‘The Glades’…

Burn Notice headquarters to fall

Burn Notice headquarters to fall

Miami officials are ready to demolish the former home of hit television series Burn Notice now that it has filmed its final season – and this week commissioners are to…

NY Film Academy to Miami Beach

NY Film Academy to Miami Beach

The New York Film Academy, founded in 1992 and now teaching about 7,000 students per year in locations from Paris to Abu Dhabi, has chosen Miami Beach for its next…

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