Film Commissions

Film Commissions

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Nevada Film Office
The Nevada Film Office facilitates productions by providing a state-of-the-art location photo library, fam tours and scouting, local area information and knowledge, problem-solving, intergovernmental & private sector liaison, research and reference, script-breakdown, 24/7 web access and permit assistance.
New Jersey Motion Picture/TV Commission
The New Jersey Motion Picture and Television Commission has been serving the film and television industry since 1978. The Commission's staff of seasoned professionals are very well acquainted with all regions of the state. They can assist filmmakers in the scouting and securing of locations and services throughout the state. The agency also acts as a liaison between production companies and all agencies of government, and the private sector. Staff members can also explain and assist filmmakers in obtaining available financial incentives.

The Commission's location library is extraordinarily comprehensive, consisting of tens of thousand of photos depicting cities, towns and specific sites throughout New Jersey. This material can be viewed at the agency's office, or sent via e-mail or U.S. Mail.
New Mexico State Film Office
The New Mexico State Film Office serves the film and television industry locally, nationally and internationally. Our purpose is to market the state to this industry, service the productions and promote jobs for New Mexicans.  We offer many resources to producers, film crew and local filmmakers. We work diligently to assist productions with finding potential filming locations. The State Film Office consults with productions regarding the financial aspects of their projects, guiding them through the incentives such as the 25% Refundable Film Production Tax Credit and the Film Investment Loan Program.  We connect productions with the crew, vendor services and film liaisons throughout the state.  In addition to promoting and providing production services, the film office is initiating emerging media opportunities for the state and working to expand industry infrastructure.  The support of New Mexican filmmakers is a priority for this division as is expanding the Statewide Film Liaison Network, promoting Educational Outreach and leading the state in the NM Film Tourism Initiative.
New Millford Film Commission
New Milford is a film friendly town with diverse landscapes and population.  We have had the pleasure of hosting  and assisting in the film making process of several blockbuster films, including 'Mr. Deeds'. 

•  A truly original, authentic and awe-inspiring Town Green: it's the longest in Connecticut, has a beautiful old bandstand and is surrounded by period homes

•  70 miles from Times Square (87n-287e-684n-84e-7n)

•  Largest Town in Connecticut: 64 square miles

•  One of the highest points in Connecticut is three miles from the Town Green

•  A drive-through mine tunnel and quarry: 350 acres

•  Multiple access points to the Housatonic River

•  Two turn-of-the-Century steel bridges in picturesque settings

•  Town-owned beaches

•  Access to the largest man-made lake east of the Mississippi

•  Vintage railroad station and track

•  Private airport with gliders and small craft

•  A very active and enthusiastic Historical Society that can help with research

Did we mention a very active and enthusiastic Film Commission waiting to serve your every need? We will help from crewing to catering and all stops in between!

New York State Governor's Office of Motion Picture & TV Development
First and foremost, we have one of the most successful, stable and attractive film incentives in the world. We've got great locations, from one-of-a-kind landmarks to unspoiled natural wonders and neighborhoods with character. We have one of the biggest talent pools on the planet and every production service you can name at your fingertips. We have over a dozen regional film offices across the state that are as dedicated to helping you produce good work as you are and state agencies and authorities who are committed to getting your job done. We will help you look beyond the obvious and connect you with any and every resource you could possibly need.
Newfoundland & Labrador Film Development Corporation
The NLFDC has been mandated to promote the development of the indigenous film and video industry in the Province, as well as to promote the Province in national and international film and video markets as a location for film, television, and commercial productions.
North Carolina Film Office
The NC Film Office is an agency of the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina and works on behalf of the state in recruiting film, television, commercial and photography productions.
North Dakota Tourism
North Dakota is currently without a film commission or film office. The Tourism Division of the North Dakota Department of Commerce handles film related inquiries for the state. Services offered include film scouting assistance, film permit requirements, local contact referrals, filming crops, information on filming North Dakota Indian Reservations, government listings and North Dakota weather data. The Tourism Division has been working with a non-profit film group NDStrong to provide better resources for filmmakers including a searchable statewide film directory. http://ndstrong.org/
Northeast Pennsylvania Regional Film Office
The NORTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA REGIONAL FILM OFFICE is dedicated to developing and sustaining the film and media industry in Northeastern Pennsylvania. We provide assistance for individuals and organizations engaged in film, television, advertising, documentary, corporate video, video gaming and still photography production in the state.
Northeast Texas Regional Film Commission
The Northeast Texas Regional Film Commission promotes 21 counties in the upper "Right Corner of Texas" to all facets of the film industry. Check out our photo library on website at www.netexasmovies.com. We have much diversity in our 21 counties.
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