A very big question mark

For the past two years, the Speaker of the Florida House has consistently blocked all efforts to put the issue of restoring Florida’s decimated motion picture industry on any committee agenda in that chamber. We have as yet no indication of the new...

Back to Tallahassee

    It’s a new landscape at the Florida Capitol. Maybe not the one we wanted. But check it: the cards dealt last November are the ones we’ll be dealing with for the next two years. So in a just few days we’re all back it. On the calendar,...

Florida TaxWatch releases report on Florida film

Highly respected conservative research institute and government watchdog¬†Florida TaxWatch¬†released an analysis yesterday on the state of Florida’s film and television industry that certainly warrants careful reading by anyone with a genuine interest in restoring...

A Tale of Four Governor-elects

Here’s an article published last week in IndieWire that is a real tough read for Florida’s film community. In “Elections 2018: How the Midterm Results Could Impact Film and TV Production,” writer Chris O’Falt takes a look at four states...

Hollywood is paying attention

An article released yesterday by Deadline Hollywood writer and astute observer of all things film-related David Robb focuses on Florida’s gubernatorial contest between Andrew Gillum and Ron DeSantis. In “Fate of Florida’s Decimated Film Industry...

It Takes Working Together

We rapidly approach the end of an election cycle that promises to create consequential shifts in the statewide political landscape. It’s of course uncertain at this point who will occupy the Governor’s mansion or whether there will be closer parity in the...

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