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Film

Local production wins Comedy Central contest

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A local production team gets some nationwide recognition... "Super Sam" -- a test pilot, originally made for the local Final Cut film festival -- won a Comedy Central contest. Full story...
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Locally-filmed TV pilot debuts in Wilmington

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An independent TV pilot called Baby Blues premiered in Wilmington Friday night. The cast and crew credit its creation to talent kept here with the help of state incentives. Full story...
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Film incentives bill includes post-production

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The Department of Revenue announced that the state 15 percent tax credit for movie production now includes post-production. Full story...
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State clarifies post-production film work gets tax break in N.C.

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The Department of Revenue says North Carolina's 15 percent tax credit for movie production completed in the state does indeed apply to post-production work. Full story...
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New head of state film office already seeking incentive changes

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The new chief of the North Carolina Film Office says luring the post-production end of the movie business to the state requires a fresh interpretation of the film incentive program. Full story...
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Local film business is booming

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videoOne of the TV series considering calling Wilmington home is Lifetime's 'Army Wives.' The series may leave South Carolina, because filming perks are better here. Full story...
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Students showcase films at festival

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videoStudents from all over the country are in Wilmington, to showcase films they've made. They're being featured in the first ever scene first student film festival. The movies started premiering this afternoon. Full story...
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Scene First: Inaugural student film festival starts in Wilmington

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The inaugural Scene First has commitments from several Hollywood producers and directors and the support of industry professionals such as Screen Gems Studios president Frank Capra Junior. Full story...
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One Tree Hill returning to Wilmington

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One Tree hill is returning to Wilmington next year. Members of the film commission say this week's announcement that the show will continue for another season means good things for Wilmington's economy. Full story...
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