Senator Gibson co-introduces SB 1606

Senator Audrey Gibson (D – District 6, Jacksonville), who introduced an earlier version of our legislation during the 2017 legislative session, yesterday re-joined the effort to create the Florida Motion Picture Capital Corporation, becoming a co-introducer with...

Florida’s counties step forward

The following expression of support was released by the Florida Association of Counties over the weekend. “The Florida Association of Counties supports SB 1606 & HB 341 which would increase opportunities to build the film industry in Florida.¬† Film projects...

SB 1606 gets Senate committee referrals

Three Senate committee referrals have been set for SB 1606 – legislation introduced last week by Senator Annette Taddeo (D – District 40, Miami) to establish the Florida Motion Picture Capital Corporation and jumpstart film production in our state....

WFSU/NPR Radio helps spread the news

  “Newest Senate Bill Addresses Florida Film Production Problems,” a radio spot composed by WFSU reporter Andrew Quintana and including interviews from the January 10th press event at the Capitol, is helping to spread the story of our effort to enact...

Senator Taddeo holds press event for FMPCC

The press event at the Capitol in Tallahassee – held yesterday by Senator Annette Taddeo to announce her introduction of SB 1606 – received broad and satisfactory coverage from the Florida media. We were pleased to be joined by our House prime sponsors,...

Two more co-sponsors for HB 341

Chris Latvala Robert Asencio Over the past weekend, Representative Chris Latvala (R -District 67, Clearwater) and Representative Robert Asencio (D РDistrict 118, Miami) were approved as HB 341 co-sponsors. We now have seven co-sponsors Рthree Republicans...

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