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Cape Fear 2020: Future of Hollywood East

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videoThe trend continues to change in the film and television industry, and as it does, Wilmington tries to adapt to stay in the game. So as we look toward the year 2020, where will Hollywood East stand? That's a hard question to answer since the industry is continually evolving. Full story...
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What makes a filmmaker pick Wilmington?

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Every now and then, you'll hear about a new production coming to Wilmington, whether it's a television pilot, a feature film or an independent film. But what makes a filmmaker choose Wilmington over other locations? Full story...
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Cape Fear 2020: Will film incentives continue to work?

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videoWhen film scouts look for a location to shoot their movie they take many things into consideration. One is whether the state offers a tax break for filmmakers. Full story...
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Capra Jr. remembered at Thalian Hall

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A legend in the movie industry was remembered this morning at Thalian Hall. Full story...
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Frank Capra Jr. dies at 73

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videoTelevision and movie studio president Frank Capra Junior has died. The executive vice president of EUE/Screen Gem Studios, Bill Vassar, says Capra died Wednesday night in a Philadelphia hospital at age 73. » Click here to view slideshow | Full story...
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How to get your 15 minutes of fame

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This week NewsChannel 3's Dana Brancato will be taking us inside the entertainment industry to find out how you can get your 15 minutes of fame. Full story...
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Writers strike could affect Wilmington

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A strike by the Writers Guild of America could affect our economy here in Wilmington. Full story...
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Writers' strike would affect TV shows

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Contract talks between Hollywood writers and producers broke off last night before the midnight deadline for their current labor package to expire. Full story...
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Local filmmakers compete in 36-hour film festival

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videoThe race is on for local film makers. They have a little more than 24 hours left to complete an entire film. Full story...
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Wilmington tour highlights local film spots

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videoYou probably know Wilmington is home to TV shows like Dawson's Creek and one tree hill. But what you might not know is Wilmington is home to more than 400 other movie and television productions. Full story...
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Film crews hoping to see local show picked up

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Local film crews are hoping a new TV show will be picked up by a major network. Crews were filming for the television show "Whittaker Bay" Sunday afternoon in Carolina Beach. Full story...
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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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