CANNES – Brazil, which hosted shoots of "Fast Five" and "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn (Part 1)," has bowed a Brazilian Film Commission Network, Brazil, a significant step forward in its drive to…
World's largest production facility to come with financial incentives package.
The Association of Film Commissioners International has announced its new board of directors for 2015. Pam Haynes of the West Virginia Film Office has been elected to her second one-year term. George…
Can terrorism promote tourism? If the terrorism is on TV, the answer is yes. The revived Fox series "24: Live Another Day" is shooting all 12 of its episodes in London through June, and although the…
Cinedigm topper Chris McGurk has issued an upbeat forecast for the film business -- while acknowledging that gloomy outlooks have long been pervasive.
When she took the congratulatory call for "Prison Break" becoming the No. 1 series in China, Twentieth Century Fox International TV prexy Marion Edwards was unpleasantly surprised.
Industry expands in emerging world markets
The Producers Guild of America and the Association of Film Commissioners International have agreed to hold next year's Produced By Conference in conjunction with AFCI's Locations Trade Show on June…
Pat Kaufman, the New York state official who heads the Governor's Office for Motion Picture and TV Development, has received the 2009 Arthur M. Loew Jr. Crystal Vision Award.
The Association of Film Commissioners International welcomes you to Location Expo. What began eight years ago as a limited event with 60 film commissions displaying brochures on table tops, has…